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Researchers at BioGrid Australia member and/or collaborator institutions may submit new or amended applications requesting access to data connected to BioGrid using our online application system.
Authorised researchers can explore and visualise data on specified connected data utilising a web interface.
Authorised researchers can utilise this comprehensive data and statistical analysis application to analyse, explore and visualise connected datasets for approved audit and research projects.
BioGrid has ethics approval for its data linkage platform at all participating sites where data is connected. This ethics approval is a pre-condition to technical linkage work being undertaken.
Research projects accessing data through BioGrid require ethical approval; this is managed separately to data linkage ethics. Melbourne Health Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) reviews all requests to access data via BioGrid that are not approved by an accredited Australian HREC. Research proposals that have been approved by an accredited Australian HREC are not reviewed again as part of the BioGrid application process.
All research conducted using BioGrid services requires HREC approval and BioGrid will only provide access to data once ethical approval is cited. These processes ensure appropriate ethical oversight whilst minimising duplication of ethical review as required by the NHMRC National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research 2007.
If you require assistance with Ethics approval for a project using BioGrid data, please contact email@example.com
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For technical difficulties using SAS to access BioGrid Australia data, please contact our Help Desk during office hours.
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