How to access UniProt data: NHLBI: ... Data are available as defined by the NIA Genomics of Alzheimer’s Disease Sharing Policy and the NIH Genomics Data Sharing Policy. The contents of this document do not have the force and effect of law and are not meant to bind the public in any way. The University will share [Data Type] by depositing this data in [Data Repository].This data will be submitted and released by [Data Submission and Release Timeline]. The report was written by members of the NIH Genomic Data Sharing policy team. Use it to guide your writing and make sure you hit the NIH Key Elements to Consider in Preparing a Data Sharing Plan Under NIH Extramural Support. Therefore, in general a PI or Institution cannot opt out of having their study’s data in BioData Catalyst. The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) has developed a data-sharing protocol focused on balancing the interests of study participants, study investigators, and the research community with independent oversight by the NHLBI IRB. New information regarding secondary data and/or biospecimen analysis funding opportunities from NHLBI, NIDDK, and FDA has been added to the funding opportunities page. For research investigators who need to find, access, share, store, and compute on large scale datasets, NHLBI BioData Catalyst serves as a cloud-based ecosystem providing tools, applications, and workflows to enable these capabilities in secure workspaces. About BioData Catalyst What We Offer. Investigators return secondary analysis data to the database in keeping with the NIAGADS Data Distribution Agreement. A report on genomic data sharing through dbGaP under the GWAS policy appears in the Aug. 27, 2014, advance online issue of Nature Genetics. About NHLBI BioData Catalyst. Related Extramural SOP: Data Sharing for Grants: Final Research Data This is an actual plan from a PI with [brackets] in place of identifying information. The GDS Policy applies to all NIH-funded research (e.g., grants, contracts, and intramural research) that generates large-scale human or non-human genomic data, regardless of the funding level, as well as the use of these data for subsequent research. Sample GDS Plan Template for Non-Human Genomic Data. The momentum of data sharing is building up and creating research articles that contribute to the scientific community, suggests a report from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI). Sharing Data via Established Policies and Procedures in NHLBI Cardiovascular Cohort Studies Lessons from MESA for Environmental Health Research These NIH Exploratory (R21) grant funding opportunities may be applicable to research using BioLINCC resources. For NHLBI research investigators who need to find, access, share, store, cross-link, and compute on large-scale datasets, NHLBI BioData Catalyst will serve as a cloud-based platform providing tools, applications, and workflows to enable these capabilities in secure workspaces. Pursuant to NIH policy on sharing of research data (NOT-OD-03-032) and the NIH Genomic Data Sharing Policy (NOT-OD-14-124 and NOT-OD-19-023), the NHLBI has classified BioData Catalyst as an NIH-designated repository. This document is intended only to provide clarity to the public regarding existing requirements under the law or agency policies.