NIH Data Sharing: A Researcher's Guide to Compliance and Increasing Impact


March 29, 2023

Funding agencies, academic publishers, and scholarly societies increasingly encourage researchers to share the data which underpins their research findings. Embracing this growing culture of data sharing, the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently issued their Data Management and Sharing (DMS) policy, requiring most grantees funded after 23 January 2023 to create and follow a comprehensive plan for how their research data will be managed and shared.

In this webinar, expert speakers Matt Cannon, Head of Open Research at Taylor & Francis Group, Rebecca Grant, Head of Data & Software Publishing at F1000, and Yvette Seger, Director of Science Policy at FASEB, discuss key considerations researchers need to address to comply with the NIH policy whilst maximizing the impact of their data.

Register now to join the session, where you’ll uncover:
  • The key principles of the NIH policy
  • How to write an NIH Data Management and Sharing Plan for a grant application
  • Policy compliance and publishing
  • Publishing options to maximize your data’s impact
  • Available supporting resources, including DataWorks! Help Desk and repositories list