Eighteen teams and individuals will receive up to $50,000 CAD to develop activities at the local, regional and/or national level that advance awareness, understanding, development and adoption of research data management (RDM) tools, best practices and resources in Canada through the Data Champions Pilot Project Call from the Digital Research Alliance of Canada.
Three teams from UBC were successful in their applications that align with the pilot's aims to promote a shift in data culture within the Canadian digital research infrastructure ecosystem by promoting sound RDM practices.
UBC Projects & Recipients
Data CoLaboratory (Data CoLab): A Canadian Open Data Access Initiative to Optimize the Re-Use of Clinical Data to Improve Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health
Applicant: Mark Ansermino
Team: Dr. J Mark Ansermino supported by Jessica Trawin at the Data CoLaboratory, Centre for International Child Health (CICH), UBC Faculty of Medicine, BC Children's Hospital Research Institute
The Dynamic Brain Circuits Cluster Databinge Team
Applicant: Tim Murphy and Paul Pavlidis, Faculty of Medicine
Team: Databinge: a student-driven, peer-to-peer network of data champions
Organizing Data Futures: A Scalable RDM Model and Resource Guide for Graduate Students in Research Labs and Interdisciplinary Communities of Practice
Applicant: Mathew Vis-Dunbar
Team: UBC Okanagan RDM Collaboration