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System designed to protect your data

Research Data Management (RDM) describes the processes and agreements you establish to ensure that your research data is collected, stored and communicated in compliance with your ethical and legal responsibilities. You are also encouraged to use best practice and community standards such as BIDS to ensure your data is well organised and structured in a way that others can understand. 

A data management plan (DMP) is a living document which describes your research data management strategies. It is often required at the grant application stage, but it can be useful to reference and update throughout a research project. It should describe your data from the point of collection through to publication where appropriate, and how you will address all relevant restrictions and constraints along the way.

You can find examples of DMPs created by WIN researchers on the Open WIN Community Pages.

Welcome to WIN

To help you get started please check out our FAQ list for the latest updates, staff directory, forms, and useful documents. For events and seminars that happen at WIN please check out our events calendar - events are also announced on our Monday Message, a weekly email you will be registered for once you complete the steps below.   


You will need to create a WIN profile through our WIN Registration System. You can do this by logging in using your SSO username and password. Then click on "Update Profile" to complete any missing details, select your PI’s name from the drop-down list.  

You can control your mailing list subscriptions and request a WIN computing account (if needed for data analysis) through your WIN registration page.  

Please note you will need a grant code from your PI in order to request a computing account so please talk to them first if you think you might need a WIN computing account.

For building access click on or search FMRIB, OHBA or BSB within the ‘Facilities’ category.

Researcher Hub

As well as all the content on the WIN Website, there is lots of other content useful to researchers at Oxford on the Researcher Hub.


If you have any questions, please email