SHARE-CTD’s research projects look at best practices as well as measuring impact of preparing data for sharing and using shared data. It is a project on Open Science. It will provide specific role models for an active participation in implementing Open Science in medical research.
SHARE-CTD aims to train a new generation of biomedical researchers with a deep understanding of processes, values, and merits of clinical trial data sharing. To gain a comprehensive understanding, biomedical researchers need to be trained in fields like data science, trial regulatory, meta-research, as well as ethical, legal and social issues.
SHARE-CTD (Sharing and Re-using clinical trial data to maximise impact) is a doctoral network funded by the European Union involving 9 PIs and further 12 academic and non-academic partners (Horizon-MSCA.2022-DN 101120360).