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Dear Colleague,

Welcome to the Open Data Commons for Traumatic Brain Injury (ODC-TBI)! The ODC-TBI was established as a dedicated data sharing portal and repository for the field of TBI. Through the ODC-TBI, you can share data with your colleagues in a protected space and publish data to the public with a DOI. The ODC-TBI complies with the FAIR data principles and the new NIH Data Sharing Policy to ensure that TBI data is Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable. The ODC-TBI currently supports data sharing in the TOP-NT project and is providing the data sharing platform for the new interagency PRECISE: PREClinical Interagency reSearch resourcE for TBI project, and is open to all researchers in TBI. With the growth of this community we hope to expand the amount of data sharing and promote transparency and reproducibility for our common goal to find treatments for TBI, and provide a means for the TBI community to meet increasing funder and journal data sharing requirements. We cordially invite you to share this community with your colleagues and friends involved or interested in TBI research. Become a member of the ODC-TBI and start sharing your data now. For security reasons, ODC-TBI is only open to those affiliated with a recognized institution or organization with appropriate oversight protections in place. However, we welcome everyone to explore and use our public data. If you have questions, please contact us at info@odc-tbi.org.

Sincerely, The ODC-TBI community

The ODC-TBI Team

Adam Ferguson, Ph. D., UCSF PI

Jeffrey Grethe, Ph. D. , UCSD Technical Lead

Maryann Martone, Ph. D. , UCSD, UCSF VA, PRECISE Informatics Core Lead

Anita Bandrowski, Ph. D., UCSD, PRECISE Interoperability Lead

Abel Torres-Espin, Ph. D., UCSF, University of Alberta, Data Science Lead

Russell Huie, Ph. D., UCSD, PRECISE Data Science Lead

Monique Surles-Zeigler, Ph. D., PRECISE Knowledge Base Lead

Mike Chiu, UCSD, lead developer

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