For questions or comments about the PIAMA project, or to report a change of address, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Successful (international) research collaboration confers clear benefits to the collaborating parties and to scientific progress in general. Data from the PIAMA study has been used in international collaborations over the years, resulting in many scientific papers publications.
Interested researchers can contact one of the PIAMA Principal Investigators with their questions or proposals:
The PIAMA study group welcomes initiatives from external researchers or research groups who want to make use of the PIAMA data for specific research questions in collaboration with the PIAMA group, or members thereof.
In the interest of transparency and quality control, the data underlying the findings presented in published papers will be made available upon request. Requests can be submitted to the PIAMA Principal Investigators.
The PIAMA data are not freely accessible in the public domain, because this would be in conflict with the agreement between the study team and the PIAMA participants.
If you wish to receive a reprint of one of the listed publications, please contact one of the Principle Investigators or send an email to email@example.com.