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New Data Sharing Resources

Posted by Mike Guill on September 22 2022

NIH has released two new resources for the research community in preparation for implementation of the NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing (DMS) (effective Jan 25, 2023). The two resources being released are:

This supplemental information is responsive to stakeholder feedback regarding resources that would be helpful to the research community.

Request for Public Comments on NIH Policy

Posted by Mike Guill on May 18 2022

Request for Public Comments on DRAFT Supplemental Information to the NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing: Protecting Privacy When Sharing Human Research Participant Data (OT-OD-22-131)

Read More: https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-22-131.html

Publication by Investigator using LIFE biospecimens and data from the AgingResearchBiobank

Associated Study: Lifestyle Interventions and Independence for Elders

Posted by Mike Guill on May 09 2022

Dr. Michael G. Shlipak has recently published a paper based on his work with LIFE biospecimens and data provided by the AgingResearchBiobank: Effect of Structured, Moderate Exercise on Kidney Function Decline in Sedentary Older Adults: An Ancillary Analysis of the LIFE Study Randomized Clinical Trial

LIFE Publication from AgingResearchBiobank Investigator

Associated Study: Lifestyle Interventions and Independence for Elders

Posted by Mike Guill on May 03 2022

Dr. Juhua Luo has recently published the following paper using data provided by the biobank: Trajectories of objectively measured physical function among older breast cancer survivors in comparison with cancer-free controls.

Funding Opportunities to Use AgingResearchBiobank Resources

Associated Study: Comprehensive Assessment of the Long-term Effects of Reducing Intake of Energy Study

Posted by Mike Guill on April 29 2022

NIH has posted two Notices of Special Interest (NOSI) for investigators using AgingResearchBiobank resources.

NOT-AG-21-020 seeks to encourage the use of existing cohorts and datasets for well-focused secondary analyses to investigate novel scientific ideas and/or address clinically related issues on: (1) aging changes influencing health across the lifespan (e.g., Alzheimer’s disease and Alzheimer's disease-related dementias (AD/ADRD)), (2) diseases and disabilities in older persons, and/or (3) the changes in basic biology of aging that underlie these impacts on health (the hallmarks of aging).

NOT-AG-21-028 seeks to encourage analyses of the CALERIE collection.

Further details on each opportunity, including how to apply, can be found at the links above.