NETS - Data Repositories
What are data repositories and why are they important in drug development?
Data repositories are information warehouses where large amounts of data from multiple sources are stored. Examples of the types of data that can be stored in data repositories include scientific publications, research data, or clinical information.
Testimonials: How we did itFasterCures: Building a Thriving Online Research Community
Relevant PublicationsGroup Health Research Institute: Glad You Asked: Participants' Opinions of Re-Consent for dbGaP Data Submission
Databib: Searchable Catalog of Research Data Repositories