Data and samples request

Data and/or biological samples from the SPHS may be requested for research or operational purposes. Use of data and/or samples for research require an IRB approval for use. All requests are subjected to review by the SPHS Scientific Committee (SC) and the use of data and/or samples must be in accordance with the terms and conditions stated in the Data Request form.

An overview of the data and samples request process is provided below. For all pre-submission queries, please email us at SSHSPHDataRequest@nus.edu.sg.

 

Checklist for submission of data request

  1. Completed Data Request Form.
    • For research requests, please ensure that the study aims and analysis plan are clearly defined. If insufficient details are provided, the SPHS SC may not be able to assess the project adequately and may cause a delay or rejection of the proposal.
  2. Selection of sections or sub-sections from our Data Dictionaries.
  3. Ethical approval and approved protocol (for all research requests).
  4. Research agreement (for all requests involving data and/or biospecimens sharing with non-NUS institutions)

Request fees (for non-commercial research)

The request fees was last updated on 12 June 2023 to include the data extraction fees for operational requests according to the SINB pricing.

List of approved research projects since Jan 2021

Acknowledgements

Please include the following acknowledgements for studies involving data/samples from SPHS.

Study Acknowledgments
MEC1_T1
MEC1_T2
DC_T1
DC_T2
We thank all participants, the study team and the investigators for their research contributions.
The SPHS studies are supported by individual research and clinical scientist award schemes from the National Medical Research Council (NMRC) and the Biomedical Research Council (BMRC) of Singapore, and infrastructure funding from the Singapore Ministry of Health (Population Health Metrics Population Health Metrics and Analytics PHMA), National University of Singapore and National University Health System, Singapore.
MEC1_T3
DC_T3
MEC2_T1
MEC2_T2
SH2012_T1
SH2012_T2
SH2_T1
SH2_T2
CHS_T1
CHS_T2
We thank all participants, the study team and the investigators for their research contributions.
The SPHS studies are supported by infrastructure funding from the Singapore Ministry of Health (Population Health Metrics Population Health Metrics and Analytics PHMA), National University of Singapore (Population Health Metrics and Analytics funding) and National University Health System, Singapore.
MEC3pilot_T1
MEC3_T1
We thank all participants, the study team and the investigators for their research contributions.
The SPHS studies are supported by award schemes from the National Medical Research Council (NMRC) [including Large Collaborative Grant MOH-000271-00], and infrastructure funding from the Singapore Ministry of Health (Population Health Metrics Population Health Metrics and Analytics PHMA), National University of Singapore and National University Health System, Singapore.

 

Updated 20 Dec 2023