Friday, March 12, 2021
March Data Sharing and Reuse Seminar
Join us March 12 at 12 ET
Alisa Manning, Ph.D., will present the March Data Sharing and Reuse Seminar on "Opportunities for NIH Cloud Interoperability Approaches to Improve Outcomes of Pediatric Diseases."
The Pediatric Cardiac Genetics Consortium Study is an observational study of participants with congenital heart defects. The Framingham Heart Study is a longitudinal population cohort of participants and their offspring who had not yet developed overt symptoms of cardiovascular disease or suffered a heart attack or stroke and who have been followed over many years. Whole genome sequence data has been generated in these cohorts by multiple NIH programs, including the Gabriella Miller Kids First Pediatric Research Program and the NHLBI’s Trans-Omics for Precision Medicine Program.
Dr. Manning will present a pilot analysis demonstrating how researchers can gain access to data sets on multiple NIH Cloud Platforms and perform an analysis with data from different NIH programs. She will describe interoperability features that are being championed by the NIH Cloud Platform Interoperability Effort and highlight important data governance lessons encountered along the way.
Dr. Manning is Assistant Investigator, Massachusetts General Hospital; Associated Scientist, Broad Institute; and Instructor, Harvard Medical School.