What is the data access policy for LungMap?

The LungMap consortium has an open access data policy and does not require any formal registration. When LungMAP data is used, we ask that you cite us as a source.


Which organisms are available?

All data now available comes from human (Homo sapiens), mouse (Mus musculus), and Rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) tissue.


Why can't I find data at the stages of mouse development that I'm interested in?

LungMAP data focuses on specific time points associated with alveolar development and maturation, thus most broadly represents embryonic day 14.5 (e14.5) through postnatal day 28 (P28) in mice. There are some data outside these time points that were generated during early stages of projects for exploratory and validation purposes. If there is a time point between 14.5 and P28 that is of specific interest to you and you do not find the data you seek, please send us a message so that we can investigate for you.


Is LungMap on social media?

LungMap can be followed on Twitter @lungmapnet


How do I cite the data on LungMap?

Go here for policy.


How is LungMap funded?

LungMAP funding is provided by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number U01HL122638. Funding takes the form of a cooperative agreement and supports 4 Research Centers and the Human Tissue Core. For more detailed information, please see the LungMAP team page.


What should I do if I see an error in the data found on the LungMap site?

Go to the Feedback and Suggestions page and fully describe the error or problem with the website or data.