The CureGN consortium welcomes use of its data,biosamples, renal biopsy whole slide images, and infrastructure for investigator-initiated research.
What would you like to do?
- Use biosamples
- Access biopsy images
- Use consortium infrastructure to collect new data or materials
- Access CureGN data to develop preliminary data to support a grant submission
- Write a manuscript
- Prepare a presentation or poster
- Core or secondary analyses
Ancillary studies may use biospecimens, access whole slide images, data/or other existing CureGN resources already collected; collect new data or biospecimens; or perform observational or interventional studies accessing the CureGN study sites and participants.
Biospecimens available for ancillary studies
Categories of data elements by visit type
Ancillary Study Submission and Review
Submit your ancillary study proposal to the CureGN Ancillary Studies Committee at least 3 months prior to the anticipated external funding submission date.
To Submit an ancillary study propsal:
Please submit a completed Ancillary Study Application (below) as a single PDF document to:
The main goal of the ancillary study review process is to manage project scope overlap, assess use of limited CureGN materials, and ensure minimal burden to study sites and participants.