If you have any questions about the need for a user contract or an ORI audit, please contact [email protected]. Visit Berkeley Research Data Portal for information on data collection, sharing, management, analysis, security and privacy. There are usually three types of data that can be shared by UAB and other institutions. Protected health information is data that “goes beyond what would be considered LDS” – PHI data sharing requires a BUSINESS associate agreement (BAA) if subscribers have not signed a HIPAA authorization to share data. If the agreement submitted is a research cooperation agreement or an agreement for a department-funded project in which the sponsor needs the agreement to cover the extended terms and conditions, please send a modifiable version of the agreement with a UAB Extramural support checklist and an original/new RPL version. Please refer the proposed amendment and the initial agreement to [email protected] for review, and as soon as the terms of the amendment are concluded, the OVPR agreement will be put into circulation for signature. A limited set of data (LDS) is one that “has been removed from all HIPAA data, with the exception of age/date and city/state/Zip” – an LDS DUA is required if HIPAA authorization for data sharing has not been obtained from participants. If participants have signed a HIPAA authorization to share data, a DUA referring to an LDS is not appropriate. Stanford`s research and purchasing offices can help manage the data agreement: for outbound data, ORI will develop an amendment to an existing agreement on demand. Please send the verification request to [email protected].
Designed and operated by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) of the National Library of Medicine, dbGaP archive and distributes data from studies that have studied the relationship between phenotype and genotype, such as. B Genome-wide Association Studies (GWAS). The Industry Alliances Office handles branch contracts as well as stand-alone data use agreements. A data usage agreement (“AEA”) is a contract that governs the exchange of specific data between two parties.