Partnership with Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies
As of October 2014, the Yale University Open Data Access (YODA) Project is enabling scientists across the world to gain access to the company’s clinical trial data assets. The goal is to balance data availability with an intention to promote strong scientific research and serve the public good. This effort will accelerate the movement of the clinical research enterprise toward more cooperative learning and sharing.
The YODA Project performs independent scientific reviews of investigator requests for Johnson & Johnson’s pharmaceutical, medical device, and consumer product clinical trial data, including both full Clinical Study Reports and participant-level data. Johnson & Johnson has conferred on the YODA Project the authority to make decisions about the release of their clinical trial data. This truly establishes an independent process in which requests are fairly judged and decisions are made by an independent academic partner.
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