How Do You Manage Your Research Data?

Tuesday, April 2, 2019 - 10:30am - 12:00pm
Event Location 

Rm. 141, Jim Pattison Pavilion North – VGH

899 W 12th Ave, Vancouver

Intended Audience 
Research staff at VCH/UBC

Join us for an in-depth look at research data management through the privacy and security lens  addressing such questions as:

  • What file naming standard should I use?
  • What is metadata, and how will it help me manage my data?
  • What's a data repository, and which one should I use?
  • Do I need permission to share data?
  • How do I secure my data?

Webcasting will be made available for those not able to come in person.  Please choose the Webcasting option on the registration form, or contact Marc Saunders at for details.



  • Eugene Barsky is the Research Data Librarian at the UBC Library. He chairs the national Portage Data Discovery Expert Group, participates in building the Canadian Federated Research Data Repository service (FRDR), and collaborates with Research Data Canada (RDC) and the European Union (OpenAIRE).
  • Scott Baker is a Health Research Project Manager with UBC’s Advanced Research Computing (ARC) team. He leads the sensitive research team, which focuses on assisting researchers with effective and balanced solutions for safety and compliance. He is also the leader of the Canadian Association of Research Administrators IT-SIG and represents WestGrid on the Compute Canada Security Council.
  • Jeff Gardner is a Sensitive Research Data Specialist with UBC Advanced Research Computing. As a Certified Information Privacy Professional, he ensures timely access to data while meeting legislative, ethical and other regulatory requirements.

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