Posts Tagged ‘data sharing’

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May 7th, 2015

Big Data, Big Problems

Calling attention to the health data generated by today’s wearable devices, John Ryan wonders: Who ultimately owns this information and what can they do with it?


January 14th, 2015

Hidden Clinical Trial Data: A Dam About to Burst

Two important new developments may mean that many more researchers will soon be able to access and analyze data from many more clinical trials. In recent years, in response to troubling and far-reaching questions about the availability and reliability of clinical trial data, reformers have called for new policies that would require drug companies and other […]


October 23rd, 2013

Open Heart: Will It Open the Way for Data Sharing?

Pascal Meier discusses his new endeavor as Editor-in-Chief of Open Heart, an online-only, open-access journal from BMJ and the British Cardiovascular Society that is set to launch in early 2014.


August 20th, 2013

A Pathway to Preventing Research Fraud

Is the road to fraud-free research paved with publicly accessible raw data?


March 9th, 2013

Data Sources for Young Investigators: Blogging from ACC.13

Several Cardiology Fellows who are attending ACC.13 in San Francisco this week are blogging for CardioExchange. The Fellows include Tariq Ahmad, Megan Coylewright, Jeremiah Depta, Kumar Dharmarajan,  Payal Kohli, and  Sandeep Mangalmurti. View the previous post here and the next one here.   I just attended a great session entitled “Getting Access to Data: Where Can Young Investigators Get Started in Clinical Research.” The session was co-moderated […]


November 29th, 2012

European Medicines Agency Destroys the Dam: Slight Dampness Results

Richard Lehman recounts an EMA data transparency workshop during which ideas for how to execute its new policy of allowing access to all data submitted for drug licensing were discussed.


October 5th, 2012

A Plea For Open Science And Data Sharing

I am still out pushing the cause of open science and data sharing. Something we can do better through the scientific community. It starts with the will – and a focus on societal good. The ‘how’ is challenging – but the problems can be solved. Earlier this week I gave a talk at an Institute of Medicine […]