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Collaborator information and resources

The AIBL research team collaborates with other researchers, universities and institutions to advance Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis and treatments. Our research data is also available to other researchers through a rigorous expression of interest process.

About AIBL data systems

AIBL’s data systems work together to acquire, integrate and publish research data for analysis by our research team.
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Data acquisition is supported by the OpenClinica application.

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Data integration is performed using a combination of bespoke in-house tools and data warehousing deployments.

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Data assets, such as the Integrated Data Set (IDS), are published.

ACCESSing aibl data

Grant submissions

Non-public AIBL data may be used to support grant submissions. Approval from the AIBL team is required before submission. Our team can also provide letters of support with sufficient notice

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For researchers

AIBL research team members*

Members of the AIBL research team should email their local study manager, cc’ing the data team at to request approval. Once the request is approved, the data team will create your CSIRO Partner Account.

ADNI researchers

AIBL supplies a subset of data to ADNI researchers under a collaboration agreement.

Other researchers

Researchers who are not members of the AIBL research team are invited to submit an Expression of Interest to request access to AIBL data. Approval is granted to researchers who meet strict criteria.

*Account and data access details are provided in an introductory email. If you require further assistance or have questions about AIBL’s data systems (including requests to extend CSIRO Partner Accounts or reset passwords), please contact our data team by email at

Collaborator expressions of interest and data requests

Researchers can request access to AIBL data by completing the AILB EOI form. Submission details are included in the form. Expressions of interest are reviewed by the AIBL management committee, following a rigorous assessment process.

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