The P30 needs a user base that is prepared to meet the standards for basic skeletal research that NIH will be demanding and providing fund for development (NIH Common Fund Data Ecosystem Data Resource Center and Knowledge Center (OT2) (OTA-23-004). Rather than following this direction reluctantly, I want us to be a leader in how this is done for models of skeletal injury and repair. We need to supply the basic science component that will feed into the Musculoskeletal Knowledge Portal (https://msk.hugeamp.org) and will represent the sophistication of our research discipline that is currently on display for many other tissue disciplines (brain and kidney for example).
So please take the time to read and respond to the questions within each tab of this web form. Your responses will be collated into the user tables.
Also, you can see prior presentation from Jae-Hyuck Shim (vector core and uses), my description of the elements of the core and the next presentation by Dong-Guk Shin at the web site (https://kaltura.uconn.edu/channel/P30%2BRelated%2BVideos/297829562).