Each NIMH Data Archive cluster listed above accepts and shares data delineated by their relevant research communities, but their infrastructure and procedures for requesting access are shared in order to encourage interdiscplinary science and the aggregation of common data elements accross communities. Please note that some NIMH Data Archive sites continue to share functionality hosted on the National Database for Autism Research (NDAR) website. If you are not studying Autism Spectrum Disorder, you may still need to use the NDAR website to access certain features.

 

Returning Users:

Login to begin. Contributors may wish to review the Data Dictionary or visit their Collection in the Data From Labs section or through their profile. Researching investigators can begin or continue to examine data using the various Query tools.

      

New Users:

To begin sharing data or request shared data, the first step is to submit an account request. Although summary data can be examined without an account, you will need to request and complete the access request process to download item-level data. To work on a project submitting data as a contributor, simply request an account and NDA staff will be in touch to begin the process.