Poster Session

Presenter Information

Eric M. Kuzma, Simmons CollegeFollow

Start Date

9-4-2015 12:00 PM

Description

This poster looks at the importance of developing a Data Management Plan (DMP) in the biological sciences. Grant applications increasingly require applicants to attach a DMP to their research proposals to outline the creation, storage, and dissemination of research data and information. One way to understand and assess a corporation's current DMP is to use the case study method, and this poster will walk through a DMP using this research method. This particular case study looks at the industrail scientific research process and how data is created, named, and stored, with attention to record keeping deficiencies and prospects. It also looks at the issues surrounding animal experimentation.

Keywords

Data Management, Corporate Laboratories, Data Management Plans, Case Studies

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Apr 9th, 12:00 PM

Developing a Data Management Plan for a Corporate Laboratory: Using a Case Study Method for Teaching

This poster looks at the importance of developing a Data Management Plan (DMP) in the biological sciences. Grant applications increasingly require applicants to attach a DMP to their research proposals to outline the creation, storage, and dissemination of research data and information. One way to understand and assess a corporation's current DMP is to use the case study method, and this poster will walk through a DMP using this research method. This particular case study looks at the industrail scientific research process and how data is created, named, and stored, with attention to record keeping deficiencies and prospects. It also looks at the issues surrounding animal experimentation.

 

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