Did you know there’s more on Vivli than just clinical trial data? The majority of our repository of data comes from clinical trial data, but also includes significant numbers of platform trials, observational studies, and real-world evidence resources.
Vivli’s repository of data from nearly 7,000 research studies is available to search freely. Enter any relevant keyword and you’ll get a listing of pertinent studies of different kinds. Here are some recent search results using common keywords for studies that are not clinical trials:
Natural history: 26
Platform trial: 420
Explore our How To Guides to learn more about accessing and searching for data with Vivli. If you’d like to take your research further, you can get in touch with us for more information about specific studies or requesting access to data.
Vivli is delighted to announce publication of the 200th public disclosure resulting from the research team’s work with data from the Vivli platform.
Rebecca Li, the Chief Executive Officer of Vivli, congratulates all the research teams who have utilized data from the Vivli platform to advance health research through the re-use of valuable clinical trial data. She also acknowledges the organizations, individuals, and thousands of trial participants who have generously shared their data, making this milestone possible.
The Vivli repository houses data from nearly 7,000 trials, representing the contributions of 1.8 million clinical trial participants. On average, Vivli public disclosures are cited approximately 2.2 times per publication and appear in a wide range of highly-ranked academic journals.
For more information about how to share and re-use data on the Vivli platform, please visit our Resources page.
Vivli Senior Advisor Azusa Tsukida spoke at Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC) 2023 Japan Interchange Program on July 10.
Tsukida presented during the session on ‘Real World Data & Regulatory Presentations/Perspectives’. Her talk focused on the benefits of data sharing, using case studies from data contributors who are sharing high-quality data via the Vivli platform to enable access to researchers worldwide and contribute to scientific discovery.
CDISC works to develop and advance data standards to support transforming incompatible formats, inconsistent methodologies, and diverse perspectives into a coherent framework for generating clinical research data that is accessible, interoperable, and reusable. More than 80% of the data available in Vivli is formatted in the CDISC-SDTM standard.
Find out more about how you can request data from Vivli’s repository and help accelerate the progress of health research.
VIVLI, the Center for Global Clinical Research is seeking a Clinical Research Manager.
Vivli is a mission-focused non-profit and to help manage our continued growth, we are looking for a seasoned clinical research manager to join the operations team. The operations team supports researchers seeking to access datasets from contributors and provides support for data contributors.
Location: Remote, with a preference for East Coast or European working hours.
Responsibilities will include but not limited to:
• Manage day-to-day data request review process for specific requests.
• Work closely with Vivli end users to ensure success of the use of the platform
• Vivli platform QA
• Support the Vivli resource library.
• Lead in on-boarding new members
• Perform other duties when requested
• Minimum 5 years prior experience managing data transparency processes, either at an existing repository, platform or as a data contributor
• 2-3 years experience with vendor management
• Experience in supporting researcher and/or data contributors in fulfilling data requests
• Understanding of clinical trials processes and/or clinical data management preferred
• Excellent written and oral communication skills and interpersonal skills
• Prior experience with process improvement a plus
• Computer proficiency in MS Office, Excel, PowerPoint, Sharepoint, Dropbox etc.
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
• Ability to manage projects and resources
• Bachelor’s degree in the health profession, science, IT or business field
To apply, send a cover letter and CV to email@example.com.
Guidance for researchers on preparing a DMSP and sharing NIH-funded data
The NIH has updated its policies on data management and sharing (DMS). Effective January 25, 2023, the NIH DMS policy applies to most research funding by the NIH, and requires all applicants planning to generate scientific data to prepare a DMS Plan (DMSP) that describes how they will manage and share data. An effective DMSP requires thoughtful planning, preparation, and execution. We’ve compiled information and resources here to support every step of the process.
How to prepare a DMSP
The DMSP is a set of principles and guidelines that outline requirements for sharing data generated by NIH-funded research. It includes six major elements:
- A description of the data type
- Related tools, software, and/or code
- Common data standard that will be applied to the data
- Information about data preservation, access, and associated timelines
- Factors affecting access, distribution, or reuse of data
- Overview of how compliance with plans for management and sharing will be managed
The DMSP should also include information about direct costs required to support the activities outlined in the Plan.
Vivli has a step-by-step guide to understanding each of these elements and items to consider when developing a DMSP. We also have a customizable DMSP exemplary language available for download and adaptation, which includes sample text as well as guidance on preparing and submitting a budget as part of the DMSP.
Fill out the form below to access all the DMSP Guidance provided by Vivli.
How to choose the right repository to share your data
To enable the implementation of the updated DMS policy, NIH has supported the establishment of the Generalist Repository Ecosystem Initiative (GREI). GREI is a collaboration of seven established generalist repositories who are working together to develop consistent standards and processes to facilitate sharing and reuse of data from NIH-funded studies. As part of preparing a DMSP, researchers will have the opportunity to review repository options and choose the one that best aligns with their needs. Vivli is part of the GREI initiative. The Vivli platform is the only GREI repository that focuses on sharing completed clinical research data at the individual participant level. To assist in considering these options, NIH has prepared guidance on selecting a data repository.
Once your grant is approved – what next?
How to submit studies to Vivli for data sharing
If you’ve decided that Vivli is the right repository for your study data, great! We’ve developed a straightforward and efficient submission process, and we’ve got detailed guidance on how to submit your data and a checklist when you’re ready to begin the process to share your data.
|Vivli Study Submission Guide||How to submit studies for sharing via the Vivli platform||Download PDF
|Study Submission Checklist||A checklist of all information needed for the submission of a study||Download
Email Vivli at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be delighted to assist you.
These tables provide details of approved research proposals that have published or presented their results.
Vivli works with many partners and funders to further its vision to advance human health through clinical research data sharing, to respect and honor the contributions of clinical research participants.