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National Institutes of Health Seeks Data Platform for Neuroscience Studies

Presolicitation notice

National Institutes of Health Seeks Data Platform for Neuroscience Studies

The National Institutes of Health’s National Institute on Drug Abuse is looking for companies that can deliver a scalable data sharing platform to support neuroscience research efforts such as Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development, an ongoing large-scale study tracking youths as they age over a 10-year period.

The ABCD study requires a platform to facilitate in situ computations of complex datasets to maintain security and reduce costs, according to the notice posted on SAM .gov

NIH said the data platform should also be able to accommodate multimodal data from a separate study of infant and early childhood development.

The data platform is expected to include analytics, help desk, operations, project management and software engineering support for research community users and program staff.

Interested parties can submit their capability statements until Jan. 5, 2024. According to the agency, the responses will inform its decision on which acquisition method to choose and whether a set-aside is possible.

NIH, an agency responsible for advancing scientific knowledge of living systems to enhance health, announced in 2022 that it would invest $130 million in projects to generate behavioral and biomedical datasets to train artificial intelligence models.

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