Research Data at Columbia

Featured Resources

Secure Data Enclave
Secure Data Enclave

Secure Data Enclave (SDE) provides Columbia researchers with a secure, remotely accessible, virtual Windows 10 desktop environment to store and collaboratively analyze PII, PHI, and RHI data as an alternative to traditional cold room computing environments.

LabArchives
LabArchives

Columbia University provides an electronic research notebook service for researchers, instructors, and students. This service helps organize and store laboratory data, provides information sharing, and enables collaboration, all with automated backups and a comprehensive audit trail.

ReaDI Program
ReaDI Program

The Research and Data Integrity (ReaDI) program is designed to enhance data management and research integrity at Columbia University.

Code Ocean
Code Ocean (pilot)

Code Ocean allows researchers to create, share, collaborate on, and run code for private projects or to publish in academic journals. Columbia University is piloting Code Ocean. This program provides expanded storage capacity and compute time beyond the free tier among other benefits. 

Columbia University Contact Information

Below is a list of several offices and persons who are involved in the Research Data Lifecycle at Columbia.

Columbia Technology Ventures

[email protected]
Morningside: 212-854-8444
CUMC: 212-305-5198

Sponsored Projects Administration

Stephanie Scott, MS, CRA
Director of Policy and Research Development
[email protected]
Twitter: @steph_f_scott

Research and Data Integrity Program

Roger Lefort, PhD
Assistant Director for Research Integrity & Compliance
[email protected]
Twitter: @ReaDI_Columbia
 

Digital Scholarship

[email protected]
208A Butler Library
535 West 114th Street
New York, NY 10027


 

Research Data Services

[email protected]
(212) 854-6012
215 Lehman Library
International Affairs Building
420 W. 118th Street
New York, NY 10027
Twitter: @DataAtCU

Report Suspected PHI/PII, HIPAA or Data Breaches to Appropriate Office