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Cite this (Consortia-pedia, RRID:SCR_003705)


Resource Type: Resource, organization portal, portal, data or information resource

Project that aims to provide structure and clarity to the research-by-consortium model, presenting both the consortia framework and partnership components in an effort to guide and inform emerging and existing collaborative efforts. Their goal is to ensure that research-by-consortium efforts are at their highest performance and achieving the best possible outcomes. A consortium will thrive if its leadership and governance structure is able to define a mission that's shared by all stakeholders and articulate the desired outcomes of the effort early in the process. For collaborative efforts to move forward, consortia must recognize and leverage the unique strengths and resources that each partner can contribute and bring to fruition. They have found that managing expectations and establishing transparency measures are essential to building trust among all participating stakeholders. Transparency curbs potential conflicts of interest and creates a culture that allows for open sharing of data and a responsible approach to intellectual property negotiations. They found that for collaborations in the medical research and development ecosystem to be effective and sustainable, they must be driven by the ultimate goal of delivering a medical solution that could improve or save lives. Through the project, they are creating several tools for the biomedical research community: * Framework report: This series of reports analyzes a diversity of existing consortia to understand the operational management and framework used to initiate and manage these complex collaborations. * Consortium database * Landscape analysis trends and intended output * Educational webinars and spotlights

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Cite this (NIH Data Sharing Repositories, RRID:SCR_003551)


Resource Type: Resource, data set, data or information resource

A listing of NIH supported data sharing repositories that make data accessible for reuse. Most accept submissions of appropriate data from NIH-funded investigators (and others), but some restrict data submission to only those researchers involved in a specific research network. Also included are resources that aggregate information about biomedical data and information sharing systems. The table can be sorted according by name and by NIH Institute or Center and may be searched using keywords so that you can find repositories more relevant to your data. Links are provided to information about submitting data to and accessing data from the listed repositories. Additional information about the repositories and points-of-contact for further information or inquiries can be found on the websites of the individual repositories.

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Cite this (NITRC, RRID:SCR_003430)


Resource Type: Resource, software resource, portal, software repository, community building portal, data or information resource

A software repository for comparing structural and functional neuroimaging software tools and resources. NITRC collects and points to standardized information about tools, and can help you find the right structural or functional neuroimaging tool or resource and help you decide whether it can help in your research. There are product reviews (the now familiar 5 star system) as well as development status of software tools, environment and in most cases there is an easy link to download the software. The NITRC team searches out relevant research tools to house on this site. We encourage your participation and welcome your ratings and reviews to make NITRC a comprehensive source of information for researchers and developers. Researchers can compare tools on NITRC, and developers can seek and receive help from the community to make their tools more usable and accessible. NITRC needs you to make it an even more efficient, trustworthy on-line community for discussion and collaboration regarding neuroimaging informatics analysis tools and resources. To fully participate in this on-line community, become a registered NITRC user. Everyone would benefit from your contributions, via our forums, shared documents, wiki, and especially the tool/resource ratings and reviews - researchers new to functional and structural neuroimaging analysis need community input about the tools/resources that might best suit their research. NITRC is being built and operated under the National Institutes of Health Blueprint for Neuroscience Research by the Turner Consulting Group of Washington, D.C. in collaboration with the National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research (NCMIR) of the University of California, San Diego, David N. Kennedy Consulting of Cambridge, MA, and Neuromorphometrics of Belmont, MA.

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Cite this (One Mind Biospecimen Bank Listing, RRID:SCR_004193)


Resource Type: Resource, database, biomaterial supply resource, tissue bank, catalog, brain bank, cell repository, material resource, data or information resource

International registry of biomaterial supply resources both for transplantation and research. Contributions to this resource are welcome. The database is searchable through NIF and is updated regularly.

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