GPPAD publication guidelines

External investigators must agree to conduct all research activities and manage all Intellectual Property in a manner that ensures open sharing of data as described below within the legal limits. It is the external investigators’ duty to comply with all applicable European, and GPPAD Consortium Member State, Data-Protection and Privacy-Protection Laws, Rules and Regulations then in effect.

Investigators’ obligations include:
a) Pseudonymized data generated through the use of GPPAD biobank material will be made available publicly no later than twelve months after the completion of the research activities.
b) Data will be maintained by GPPAD Data Share or by a third-party public repository for a period of at least 1 year following the first date on which the data was made publicly available.

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