Funders are placing increasing importance on both the proper management and sharing of research data. JHU Data Management Services (JHUDMS) assists JHU researchers in meeting these funder requirements. Their services include:
Proposal Data Management Planning Support - Expert guidance preparing data management plans tailored for standards for specific disciplines and funder requirements, including evaluation of data sharing options and best practices for managing data.
Data Management Best Practices Training- Training sessions addressing topics that support your data management and sharing need throughout the whole research process. Popular topics include: (1) Preparing data management plans; (2) De-identifying human subjects data for sharing; (3) Best practices for data management and sharing; (4) Preparing research data for archiving.
Sharing of Research Data - JHU research data may be archived shared through the JHU Data Archive, a data repository operated by JHUDMS. Contact JHU Data Management Services to discuss their archiving and sharing services.
Further information on data management planning and the JHU Data Management Services can be found at: http://dmp.data.jhu.edu/. For help with an upcoming proposal or other research data management questions, please contact the JHU Data Management Services group at firstname.lastname@example.org.