Frank has been a leader in the scientific community in promoting data disclosure and transparency in clinical research. His experience has spanned protocol registration, results disclosure, and sharing of individual patient data.  Frank has published and presented extensively on the subject and been an advisor on transparency strategies to WHO, NIH, PCORI, Harvard’s Multiregional Clinical Trials Center, and other government agencies and is currently involved in 3 collaborative efforts on data sharing.   He was a pivotal figure in the design and launch of what is now, the Principal Investigator of the SOAR open science platform at Duke, and Senior Advisor to Vivli the world’s largest data sharing platform. Frank has extensive knowledge of international regulations and professional guidelines affecting data sharing.  He can help your institution develop policies and guidelines on clinical data disclosure and transparency and to develop a program to make relevant information available to patents and health care providers that will meet the expectations of patients, regulatory agencies and professional organizations.

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