See the Glossary for more terms.
Note: For genome-wide association studies, also use the Data Sharing for Grants: Genome-Wide Association Studies SOP.
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To require NIH-supported investigators requesting $500,000 or more in direct costs in any year of a grant to share their data with the scientific community.
Applicants must plan to share final research data when submitting any application that requests $500,000 or more in direct costs in any year as well as when responding to some program announcements and requests for applications.
Regardless of the proposed budget level, all applications that propose genome-wide association studies need a plan to share GWAS data in the application. Read more in the Data Sharing for Grants: Genome-Wide Association Studies SOP.
Final research data are the recorded factual materials commonly accepted by the scientific community as necessary to document, support, and validate research findings.
If your funding opportunity announcement (FOA) or budget level would require data sharing as described above, follow these steps.
Applicants or grantees with questions should read Communicating With NIAID—How to Get Help.
Contact for NIAID Staff
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Sharing Data questions and answers
What Resources Do You Need to Share? in the Strategy for NIH Funding
Grant Application, Electronic SOP
Grant Application, Paper SOP
Program Officer Checklist SOP
Public Access of Publications SOP
Sharing Model Organisms SOP
Trans NIAID Clinical Research Toolkit
SF 424 Application Guide for your grant application package (for electronic application)
Submission Guidelines and Templates for Publications in the NIH Guide
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
Last Updated January 30, 2012
Last Reviewed August 09, 2012