Creating the design architecture of a secure, public, cloud-based storage system.
This project will review and provide information on approaches to standardisation of protocols for collecting linked images and electrophysiological data from in vitro and in vivo studies on neural cells and tissues.
Its foundational activities and engagement will focus on:
- Identifying the key open databases for sharing images and electrophysiological information
- Determining how users interact with these databases, including any standardisation protocols
- Identifying the key needs for improving standardisation of neural data collection
- Determining how we can best support more effective accessibility and sharing of neural data
- Discovering what types of platforms could we use to support “data interoperability”
- Mechanisms to be put in place for secondary use of research data to ensure privacy and security of data.
Who is this project for?
- Research organisations
- Peak bodies
What does this project enable?
This project will provide essential input into the development of a design architecture of secure, public, cloud-based storage systems. These systems will leverage data from multiple sources and facilitates, and provide data access and interoperability using standard health messaging – Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR). The project will also contribute to the development of sustainable infrastructure to support a range of collections and provide input to the development of the Australian Brain Data Commons, which will play a key role in ongoing work in this space.