On January 25, 2023, the NIH’s new data management and planning policy takes effect. The new policy applies to all research funded in whole or partly by NIH that results in scientific data.
The new plan mandates that all NIH-funded research proposals submit a data management plan, including details about what data will be available, where it will be stored, and how it can be accessed. Data management can be included in grant budgets. Plan compliance will be evaluated during the funding period at regular reporting intervals.
Additional information can be found in our data management plan guide.
Still have questions?
- Stop by the Health Sciences Library Fridays between 9:30-10:30 for DMP office hours, or email email@example.com .
- Interested in attending a workshop on the new DMP guidelines? Contact Rachel Alexander, our research support librarian.
New at the Libraries: Research Computing Support
Do you need help with analyzing, managing, storing, and archiving your data? Do you need to make your data accessible to others? Research Computing Support Services and the Libraries are working together this semester to provide information and training to support researchers.
Research Computing Training on Wednesdays in Ellis 4F51A (11/8 in Ellis 4D11)
New User Training – 10 am – 11 am – Susie Meloro, Business Technology Analyst, will help you access cyberinfrastructure assets and services, including high-speed research networks and high-performance computing clusters. She’ll also help you learn the basics of getting an account and running simple jobs on the Lewis Cluster.
Research Computing Open Consultation Hour – 11 am – noon – Jacob Gotberg, Cyberinfrastructure Engineer, will consult with you on how to best utilize the campus-supported computational, networking, and storage resources for your project and help with troubleshooting and optimizing your computational and data workflows.
Check the calendar for the latest training locations, times, and cancellations.
Do need a plan to share your data? Talk to your subject librarian about ways to make your data usefully accessible for the long term.
The Libraries also maintain helpful guides about data management plans, including submitting data to MOspace, and how to maximize your researcher identity and impact.
Working on a grant and putting together a data management plan?
Check out our Guide for some tips and tricks: https://libraryguides.missouri.edu/datamanagement
Contact Kate if you’d like a one-on-one consultation.
PowerPoint slides and recording from the recent Fridays @ the Library session on Managing & Sharing Your Research Data are now available online!