Resources for RECOVER

Anton Kovalsky
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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) created the RECOVER Initiative to learn about the long-term effects of COVID. Its goal is to rapidly improve our understanding of and ability to predict, treat, and prevent PASC (post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2), including Long COVID. The Consortium collaborates with patients, caregivers, and community representatives across all levels of the initiative, including in national leadership roles and within local communities in study locations

Terra is a portal to a vast ecosystem of tools and data. This article is meant to guide users associated with RECOVER to relevant resources. These resources fall in two categories: Data access and platform tutorials.

Data Access

Listed in this section are resources to help you understand how to take advantage of the data ecosystem to which Terra gives you access.

  • Terra supports multiple scientific partnerships by staging tools and data, creating secure links to protected data sets, and in some cases hosting portals for projects such as AnVIL and BioData Catalyst. To better understand how scientific partnerships fit into the Terra ecosystem, check out our article on Terra's support for scientific projects.
  • Researchers can store and search data hosted by consortia like NHLBI BioData Catalyst or AnVIL using Gen3 - an open-source platform for building cloud-based data commons and ecosystems. To learn about using Gen3 data, start with this article on how to access Gen3 data.
  • Participants of certain projects may have access to credits in a pre-loaded Google Billing account through a program called STRIDES. If you are eligible for such credits, see this article on how to access STRIDES credits.

Terra Tutorials

Check out the workspaces highlighted in this section to get you going with Terra!



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