The library offers assistance in identification of appropriate generalist or discipline-specific repositories, data management planning, identification of data management resources, and offers data management education that can be tailored to the needs of your department or lab.
DataCore supports the collection, processing and management of clinical research data at NYU Lagone. DataCore offers assistance with electronic data capture, workflow consultations, research form design and technology use.
This page shows a list of NIH-supported data repositories that accept submissions of appropriate data from NIH-funded investigators. The list also includes resources that aggregate information about biomedical data and information sharing systems.
The Open Science Framework (OSF) is a tool that promotes open, centralized workflows by enabling capture of different aspects and products of the research lifecycle, including developing a research idea, designing a study, storing and analyzing collected data, and writing and publishing reports or papers.
The NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy goes into effect in January 2023 and emphasizes the importance of good data management practices and establishes the expectation for maximizing the appropriate sharing of scientific data generated from NIH-funded or conducted research, with justified limitations or exceptions. This Policy applies to research funded or conducted by NIH that results in the generation of scientific data.
This tool guides grant applicants through the process of creating a data management plan. Faculty and students can log into this tool using their NYU Langone Credentials. A variety of grant-specific templates, including the NIH and NSF, are available in DMPTool.
NIH has provided sample DMS Plans as examples of how a DMS Plan could be completed in different contexts, conforming to the six elements covered by the new 2023 policy. These sample DMS Plans are provided for educational purposes to assist applicants with developing Plans but are not intended to be used as templates and their use does not guarantee approval by NIH.