How can WashU transform to enable rapid cycles of learning, publishing, and implementation of ideas, all accessible to faculty and students alike? Chris Sorensen, PhD, Senior Support Scientist at the Becker Medical Library, joined the Talk Data Podcast from MDClone to discuss how WashU has designed its training and support in a new era of [Read more]
This is part 3 of a four-part blog series on FAIR data principles (Part 1: Findable, part2: Accessible, part3: Interoperable, part4: Reusable). We reviewed making data findable using metadata in the part 1 blog and making data accessible in the part 2 blog. In this blog, we will discuss how to make data interoperable. Part [Read more]
The WashU instance of MDClone, recently upgraded to version 6, offers a more intuitive and compact user interface than previous versions.
Beginning with the January 25, 2023 grant cycle, the NIH will enact a policy requiring all NIH grant submissions to include a two page Data Management and Sharing plan (henceforth referred to as the plan). The plan outlines how the investigator will store, protect, and ultimately share research data generated from NIH funds. You can begin [Read more]
The impending NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy may have once felt like a distant consideration, but (Happy New Year!) it is now 2022, and implementation is under a year from today. Starting with the Jan. 25, 2023 grant cycle, all NIH grant submissions will be required to include a two-page data management and sharing [Read more]
Starting with the Jan. 25, 2023, grant cycle, all NIH grant submissions will be required to include a two-page data management and sharing plan. The plan outlines how the investigator will store, protect, and ultimately share research data generated from NIH funds. In response to this new NIH requirement, as well as growing data management [Read more]