2017 NIH SCAP-T: Public sharing of resources and data: Lessons from other trans-NIH Programs

(Stephen Fisher) #1

Fri, June 30th, Breakout Session

Moderator: Grace Shen, Ph.D. (National Eye Institute)

Resource and data sharing is essential to speed translation of research results into knowledge, therapies, and procedures to improve our understanding of biological processes and human health. NIH is committed to sharing data from its research and supports a variety of resources and tools for researchers. These resources include tissue banks and repositories, datasets and databases, model organisms, genome and DNA sequences, and resource libraries.

The panelists in this session will describe some of the resources and data that are available from programs they are involved with across NIH.

Panelists for this session:

  • Andrea Beckel-Mitchener, Ph.D. (National Institute of Mental Health)
  • Susan Gregurick, Ph.D. (National Institute of General Medical Sciences)
  • Shannon Hughes, Ph.D. (National Cancer Institute)
  • Halonna Kelly, Ph.D. (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases)