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FASEB DataWorks! Salon: Preparing for 2023 NIH Data Management Policy - Shared screen with speaker view
Janet Williams
19:00
C 🙂
Susan Meyn
19:10
B
Kefin Sajan
19:13
c
Sarah Arena
19:15
B
Sherry Lake
19:16
B
Curt Sigmund
19:16
C
Kamila Kiszko
19:18
C...
Lola Akinola
19:18
C
Julie Goldman
19:18
I hope B 😭
Katherine Gullett
19:18
C
Ewelina Bolcun-Filas
19:19
C
Ellison Mellor
19:21
C
Frank Callari
19:22
c
Leong Pang
19:23
c
Paul Glimcher
19:29
C
Sheenah Mische
19:30
C
Brian Westra
19:31
A
Arul Veerappan
19:31
C
Suresh Cuddapah
19:33
B
Branka Brukner Dabovic
19:55
c
Katy McNeill (FASEB) (she/her)
27:57
Please feel free to put questions/comments in the chat ongoing, for our discussion later.
Emily Ruff
28:40
https://sharing.nih.gov/ - a great starting point for learning about the Data Management Policy
Emily Ruff
32:02
https://hslguides.med.nyu.edu/nihdmsp NYU Site for NIH Data Management Policy
Emily Ruff
35:44
Guide to Complying with the 2023 NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy (including DMP Template and DMPTool resources) https://hslguides.med.nyu.edu/nihdmsp/plans
Brian Westra
36:16
@Nicole: I'm interested in the repository finder if you can share it.
Emily Ruff
38:27
We will include links to all of the resources shared after the session, so many great ones to support you!
Nicole Contaxis
39:01
Happy to share it, but we are still finishing it. We are estimating completing it by the second week in Demeber
Brian Westra
40:12
Thanks! This is something one of the research VPs is asking about at my institution.
Nicole Contaxis
40:57
The NIH is also in the process of updating their BMIC website listing of repositories to make it more usable and searchable
Brian Westra
41:09
I'm happy to contribute if it helps.
Katy McNeill (FASEB) (she/her)
41:26
Thanks Brian!
Curt Sigmund
41:42
Can we share the DMSPlan_Template from the NYU link above at our institutions?
Nicole Contaxis
41:58
Oh! We would love some assistance - I will reach out about it tomorrow, Brian
Nicole Contaxis
42:27
Yes, feel free to share. It is based on the template and guidance provided by DMPTool and generated by a collaboration working with DMPTool
Shawna Sadler
42:56
DMPTool will write the DMP to your ORCID record, which will help demonstrate compliance, https://blog.dmptool.org/2021/07/21/connecting-the-dmp-id-to-an-orcid-record/
Christopher Erdmann
43:37
@Shawna are they listed in works? Or separately?
Shawna Sadler
44:15
Hi @Chris you are right, DMPs are listed in the Works section of an ORCID record
Janet Williams
45:36
@Brian Not sure it is what you are looking for but DMPTools has a repository search function in the Research outputs section at least in a sample NIH DMP.
Sherry Lake
48:52
The DMPTool search is just searching by name, the repoFinder that Nicole is describing a selction tool with criteria to narrow down a choice, if you don’t know a specific repo name.
Sherry Lake
49:54
@Nicole, I am interested in the repo Selection tool as well. I couldn’t volunteer earlier, but can help if it is still needed.
Brian Westra
49:55
Separately, I'm a little surprised by the inclusion of some of the DMPs that are in the examples list that has been widely shared. At least a few have significant errors or gaps, and it's likely that those will be replicated by proposal writers.
Janet Williams
50:21
@Sherry, aren’t you also able to just search by subject area and/or repository type?
Christopher Erdmann
50:56
If possible, seems like a demo of the repo finder tool might be nice here? Just based on the interest.
Brian Westra
51:02
OMERO! It's a great tool!
Vivek Khatri
51:55
Will this deck be shared with attendees?
Sherry Lake
52:31
Yes, @janet, you are correct. DMPTool repo search has select a subject and/or repo type
Emily Ruff
54:03
Starting point for making a Data Management Plan and complying with the 2023 NIH DMS Policy: https://sharing.nih.gov/
Holly Falk-Krzesinski
54:17
In addition to this Salon series, here are some additional training resources:*NIH Generalist Repository Ecosystem Initiative (GREI) webinar series, https://datascience.nih.gov/grei-collaborative-webinar-series*NNLM Research Data Trainings, https://www.nnlm.gov/training*Research Data Management Library Academy (RDMLA), https://rdmla.github.io/
Alisa Surkis
55:58
Thanks Holly! That link for NNLM trainings is not specific to research data trainings. This link to the NNLM National Center for Data Services lists the data trainings: https://www.nnlm.gov/about/centers/ncds
Emily Ruff
56:26
The DMP Tool also has a useful blog which provides additional information https://blog.dmptool.org/
Brian Westra
56:32
A couple of researchers have commented that their experience with complying with Genomic Data Sharing requirements have prepared them for this
Holly Falk-Krzesinski
56:36
NIH's GREI repository program supports 7 different free, open data repositories that meet the NIH and OSTP guidance on criteria for acceptable data repositories: https://datascience.nih.gov/news/nih-office-of-data-science-strategy-announces-new-initiative-to-improve-data-access
Holly Falk-Krzesinski
57:35
Thanks @Alisa for the more specific NNLM URL
Sheenah Mische
57:48
cores assure data provenance for research
Goi Khia Eng
57:50
When is the data management plan due for submission?
Nicole Contaxis
58:21
Data management plans are due at the point of grant submission
Nicole Contaxis
58:55
But the NIH does understand that the plan will be updated through the life of the award and you can expectt to provide updates at regular reporting intervals
Emily Ruff
58:59
The NIH Policy goes into effect on January 25, 2023, so any grant submitted on or after that date will need to comply
Holly Falk-Krzesinski
01:02:38
DMPTool is a solution from CDL, CDL is also involved with NIH's GREI initiative
Christopher Erdmann
01:02:58
https://ds-wizard.org/
Valeria Mezzano
01:03:03
The other way to report data management if part of your data was produced at a core is to acknowledge that core with an RRID
Sheenah Mische
01:03:13
we have discussed with DMPTool to include 2 questions in DMP Tool; 1)are cores involved in producing data for this proposal? 2) please provide the RRID of the core(s). This is an easy way for RRID to link back to core and their data management plan.
Janet Williams
01:03:39
Is the DS wizard a free platform?
Sherry Lake
01:04:00
Datawizard seems to be EU thing?
Katy McNeill (FASEB) (she/her)
01:04:15
https://ds-wizard.org/
Emily Ruff
01:04:34
https://sharing.nih.gov/data-management-and-sharing-policy/planning-and-budgeting-for-data-management-and-sharing/writing-a-data-management-and-sharing-plan NIH Data Management Plan Page (with preview of fillable form that will be issued in the future)
Katy McNeill (FASEB) (she/her)
01:04:42
https://ds-wizard.org/dmponline-alternative
Janet Williams
01:04:46
Thanks
Holly Falk-Krzesinski
01:04:54
NIH can't endorse/recommend any solution, commercial or otherwise -- but its GREI partners seem like safe bets for universities
Brian Westra
01:05:21
Have any of you talked to NIH about how the DMS plan and the Genomic Data Sharing plan will be presented together? Are they simply separate chunks of text, or blended together?
Sherry Lake
01:06:07
Comparison DMP tools: https://ds-wizard.org/comparison
Nicole Contaxis
01:06:37
@Brian NIH just released new guidance on how the GDS policy interacts with the new policy
Emily Ruff
01:06:47
Brian - the NIH has issued some guidance regarding harmonization of sharing plans https://sharing.nih.gov/genomic-data-sharing-policy/developing-genomic-data-sharing-plans#harmonization-of-sharing-plans
Brian Westra
01:07:02
Cool, thanks!
Susan Meyn
01:08:43
RE: ORCiDs - VUMC is making this a requirement for all investigators with active or pending grant awards. Great to know DMPTool can write to ORCiD!
Sunny Narayanan
01:09:14
Thank you for organizing this event, this has been incredibly insightful! I look forward to receiving the resource links from this session as a reference.
Shawna Sadler, ORCID
01:09:39
That’s great to hear @Susan! Do you have a website that describes this requirement?
Holly Falk-Krzesinski
01:09:42
*Elements of an NIH Data Management and Sharing Plan: https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-21-014.html*Allowable Costs for Data Management and Sharing: https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-21-015.html*Selecting a Repository for Data Resulting from NIH-Supported Research: https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-21-016.html*Implementation Details for the NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy: https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-22-189.html
Holly Falk-Krzesinski
01:10:01
OSTP Desirable Characteristics of Data Repositories (May 2022): https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/05-2022-Desirable-Characteristics-of-Data-Repositories.pdf
Brian Westra
01:10:03
So in the DMS plan, they will have to co-mingle GDS information along with addressing non-GDS data across the 6 sections?
Goi Khia Eng
01:10:13
Can I confirm that the updated data management policy only affects new studies on or after Jan 25, 2023?
Nicole Contaxis
01:10:15
Yes, that is my understanding of the new guidance
Nicole Contaxis
01:10:29
It impacts grants submitted on or after January 25,2023
Goi Khia Eng
01:10:36
thanks
Nicole Contaxis
01:10:38
Grant applications, that is
Christopher Erdmann
01:11:10
There is this disconnect between what people will list in their DMPs and what is ultimately used when it comes time to publication. One place that mines and looks at these relationships, Argos, is a good resource… but that will be another bridge for us to cross.
Christopher Erdmann
01:11:44
Hopefully integration with DMP ids will help here too
Christopher Erdmann
01:13:16
Thanks all! Had never been to a Data Salon before 🙂 Nice to see you Katy and others 🙂
Janet Williams
01:13:30
Thank you!
Shawna Sadler, ORCID
01:13:38
Thank you
Katherine Gullett
01:13:38
Thank you!
Ellison Mellor
01:13:38
This was great - Thank You!
Sarah Arena
01:13:38
Thank you!
Andrea Hines
01:13:39
Thank you!
Arul Veerappan
01:13:49
Thank you