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Introductory Lecture on Research Data Management in (Bio-)Medicine (Online)

This online-lecture is an introduction to best practices in Research Data Management (RDM). Specifically, the lecture will start with fundamental concepts in RDM, such as the FAIR data principles. It will then be continued by following the research data life cycle, starting with planning a research project, and ending with digital preservation. Where relevant, the lecture will be punctuated with discipline-specific examples, with infrastructure and services offered by JGU Mainz or ZB MED, as well as with the very first results of the NFDI4Health and NFDI4Microbiota consortia.

Trainers: from ZB MED and JGU Mainz (Kompetenzteam Forschungsdaten, Abteilung Forschung und Technologietransfer)


  1. Research data
  2. RDM and the research data life cycle (planning, data collection, data organisation, data sharing & publishing and data preservation)
  3. Metadata & metadata standards
  4. FAIR data principles
  5. Good Scientific Practice (GSP)
  6. Policies & guidelines on managing research data (guidelines of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) / institutional guidelines)

Target audience:
All-qualification-level (bio-)medical researchers

Maximum number of participants: no limit

Informational lecture + Q&A at the end of the lecture

Next Lecture: TBA

Zoom - Please check that your PC meets the requirements beforehand (microphone, camera, internet connection).

CPs: 0.2 TransMed CPs for scientific skills


Ivonne Dietzel
Program Coordinator
Bldg. 907, Room 01-212
University Medical Center
Langenbeckstr. 1
55131 Mainz

Tel. +49 6131 17-7631