Presentation on theme: "SFC Brain Imaging Research Centre TREVOR CARPENTER Data Management in Brain Imaging."— Presentation transcript:
SFC Brain Imaging Research Centre TREVOR CARPENTER email@example.com Data Management in Brain Imaging
Overview SBIRC + SINAPSE Regulatory Framework Project Data Current Practice Current Developments
SBIRC SFC Brain Imaging Research Centre Situated at WGH ~12,000 subjects studied in 11 yrs Provides Imaging and technical support for studies in: Psychiatry Psychology Stroke Oncology WE ALSO DO OUR OWN RESEARCH!
SINAPSE Consortium of six Scottish universities Collaborative research in Brain Imaging Support and connections to CRNs Data distribution, storage and cataloguing Second phase to provide processing and applications
SBIRC + SINAPSE Who do we acquire imaging from: NHS Patients – Service provision to NHS NHS Patients in Research studies Volunteers
Regulatory Framework Data Protection Act: Personal data should not be held longer than necessary Cannot be reused R&D Ethics Committee: Time frame should be placed upon retention period Cannot be reused MRHA: Data should be retained
Project Data ACTIVITY! BOP Ethics, R&D Insurance Internal Forms Raw Data Image Data Subject Data Paradigm Proc Data Image Data Study Results Data Bases Publications Reports Journal Papers Applications Source Code Processing scripts ARCHIVE COMMUNITY RESOURCE ACTIVITY
Project Data Raw Data: Usually in standard format (DICOM, e-Prime) Processed Data: Various formats (often excel, word) Varies from project to project Software: Often closed source No version control
Current Practice Raw Data: Archived on CD / Tape - NAS Processed Data: Responsibility of PI Software: Version control available poor uptake Not centrally available Not open source
Future Developments SOPs to cover archiving of project data – Including: Creation of data dictionaries Documenting analysis procedures Specifying preferred data formats BUT…. not popular – does not publish papers (RAE)! HOWEVER…. Some data is very valuable and should be captured (LBC 1936, 1921 Cohort)
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