Resources and Data Sharing

Rapid and unrestricted sharing of data and research resources is essential for advancing research on human health and infectious diseases. The utility of data and resources to the scientific community is largely dependent on how quickly these data are deposited into public databases, whether the data are easy to find, accessible, and can be re-used by others. NIAID is committed to rapid release of experimental data including genomic and other large-scale data types and in addition recognizes that clinical data and other metadata associated with the genomic, -omics, and other data are valuable research resources. The NIAID/DMID Consortium for Systems Biology in Infectious Diseases generates large amount of complex multi-omics datasets, data analysis tools, data modeling algorithms, systems biology models, and database schema and rapidly releases these generated resources to the scientific community.

Data Sharing and Release Guidelines

Content last reviewed on September 14, 2018