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FAQ Group Archives: Getting started with the Vivli platform

No license is needed. All users sign a Data Use Agreement specifying terms for use and re-use of the data. The DUA is the product of extensive negotiation with the organizations that contribute data to Vivli, and as such, the agreement is non-negotiable. More than 85 institutions from 25 countries have already signed this agreement.

Yes, Vivli does comply with GDPR. Please see Vivli’s privacy policy.

Vivli has a dedicated, responsive support team available to answer any questions and help you through the process of submitting or requesting data. At any time, you may contact the Vivli support team at support@vivli.org. We aim to reply within 1-2 business days. For additional information about Vivli support options, check out our blog post…

We’re delighted you’re interested in becoming an institutional member of Vivli. Learn more information about how to become a member here. You do not have to be a member to request data using the Vivli platform. You can also share the data from your clinical research. You find out more about that by going to…

Logging into the Vivli platform is easy! Check out our quick start guide to help you through the process.

Funders are increasingly mandating data sharing. The Gates Foundation, Wellcome Trust and many others are requiring that Individual Patient-Level Data from research they fund is shared. In addition, the updated NIH Data Sharing Policy goes into effect 2023. For many funders, data sharing costs are an allowable research expense and maybe built into future grant…

Vivli is an independent non-profit organization launched in 2016. Vivli evolved from a project of The Multi-Regional Clinical Trials Center of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard (MRCT Center) to enhance access to clinical trials data by promoting data sharing and transparency. In 2013, the MRCT Center and a diverse group of global stakeholders embarked…

Vivli features data from completed interventional studies in a number of therapeutic areas for which anonymized Individual Participant-level Data (IPD) are available as well as data from observational studies.

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