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Instructions for Application

Application Process for ADSP Sequencing Data

The NIA Genetics of Alzheimer’s Disease Data Storage Site (NIAGADS https://www.niagads.org/), working in partnership with dbGaP, provides access to genotypic and phenotypic data for the ADSP.  NIAGADS also provides secondary analysis data, and data from NIA funded genetic and genomic studies. Additional phenotype data for the subjects included in the ADSP will become available as the project progresses. Information about additional phenotype data and how to access will be posted at the ADSP website https://www.niagads.org/adsp/content/home.  A list of the data available can be found here. The application process begins with submission to dbGaP.  Applications are reviewed by the ADSP Data Access Committee (DAC) and the NIAGADS Data Use Committee (DUC). The following is an overview of the steps required to submit an application for ADSP data:

All applications will be submitted to dbGaP through the dbGaP Authorized Access web page. For instructions on how to request dbGaP data please view the dbGaP Request Procedures (PDF). Please log in using your eRA Commons account (NIH intramural investigators should use their NIH login) and enter your application.

The dbGaP dataset ID for ADSP is phs000572. Access the dbGaP ADSP project page.

The following additional four (4) REQUIRED documents must be uploaded as a single pdf file during the dbGaP application process in order for the request to be considered complete.

  • IRB approval in compliance with the NIH Genomics Sharing Policy http://gds.nih.gov/.  The Investigator must submit a current IRB approval for the proposed dbGaP project.  
  • Derived/Secondary Data Return Plan.   The Investigator must describe the derived/secondary data that will be return to the NIA Genetics of Alzheimer’s Disease Data Storage Site (NIAGADS). See Sample-Data-Return-NIAGADS WORD
  • National Institute of Aging (NIA) Genomic Data Sharing Plan. This document must be signed by the Investigator and his/her Institutional Signing Official.  See NIA Genomics Sharing Policy WORD.        
  • The NIAGADS Data Distribution Agreement.  This document must be signed by the Investigator and his/her Institutional Signing Official.  See https://www.niagads.org/sites/all/public_files/NIAGADS-DDA.pdf

Information about the Alzheimer’s Disease Sequencing Project and the project data can be found at ADSP website and The ADSP Data Portal User Guide.

Please include the Acknowledgment Statement for the ADSP in publication of abstracts and manuscripts related to the ADSP.

For questions regarding the ADSP application process, please contact the ADSP Data Access Committee, ADSPDAC@mail.nih.gov.

 

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