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HRA Events

In-Person BIG Data Sharing Meeting
Presentations
Tuesday September 19th

Chicago, IL
Meeting Agenda

 

Data Sharing Webinar #1 (7/11/17): Intro to Data Sharing
This 1 hour webinar introduced participants to the various types of data and data sharing platforms currently available.   Recording of the webinar is available here, slides from our presenters can be found by clicking on the presenter names.
Meghan Byrne, PhD, Senior Editor, PLOS ONE
Andrew L. Hufton, PhD, Managing Editor, Scientific Data, Nature Research

Data Sharing Webinar #2 (8/10/17):  Intro to sharing Big Data
The recording of the second in the data sharing series is available here, slides from our presenters can be found by clicking on the presenter names.
Ben Busby, PhD, Genomics Outreach Coordinator, NCBI
Adam Resnick, PhD, Director of Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium, CHOP

BIG DATA SHARING MEETING

Members' Meetings:

Executive Director summaries of the spring and fall 2017 members’ meeting are now available.

Mark your calendars now for the next Members’ Meeting:

March 12-13, 2018
Sponsored by the Simons Foundation
New York, NY

Members' Meetings page

HRA News

Interested in joining HRA’s ORCiD consortium? 

Email Maryrose or check out these slides from ORCiD’s presentation to ACS about the benefits of ORCiD to funders and researchers.

Questions how ORCiD membership would benefit you and your researchers? Email Doug Wright from ORCID or Maryrose.

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MEMBERS, have you joined HRA’s Slack Team?  Go to https://hraadmin.slack.com/ to sign up!

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HRA Reporter Captures the Role of Nonprofits in Funding Biomedical Research

The HRA Reporter is a real time, searchable database of awards made by its 75 members whose goal is to represent the full scope of awards by nonprofit organizations to provide a clearer picture of the biomedical research funding landscape. It will enable data-driven and strategic grantmaking by nonprofits, governments and the biopharmaceutical industry, and foster collaboration between organizations with aligned programs and missions.

Go to HRA Reporter