NIH Seeks to Balance Open Access and Privacy with Final GWAS Data-Sharing Policy | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Following a full year of community consultation, the National Institutes of Health last week issued its final policy on sharing data obtained from NIH-funded genome-wide association studies.
 
The policy is designed to facilitate the research community's access to genotype-phenotype datasets from GWAS while ensuring the privacy of research participants, NIH said in a notice released on Friday.
 

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