A new release of the WHI investigator datasets was published September 28, 2018. Data in this release include all outcomes and Extension Study follow-up datasets updated through March 31, 2018.
See WHI Data Preparation and Use for details on what has changed.
A current WHI Principal Investigator
An Ancillary Study Principal Investigator
A former WHI Principal Investigator who was active during the first WHI Extension (2005-2010) for at least one year
A lead author on an approved paper
Request Access: Please complete the WHI Data Use AgreementDownload: If you already have access, sign in using the "Sign In" link at the top of the web page and then choose "Download" from the menu on the left .Get Help: Please contact the WHI Helpdesk (email@example.com)
March 2018 OutcomesForm 151 - Activities of Daily LifeForm 158 - Supplemental QuestionnaireSpecimen Test ResultsOPACH Study Data
March 2019 OutcomesForm 151 - Activities of Daily LifeForm 159 - Supplemental Questionnaire (Tentative) Specimen Test ResultsOther TBD
March 2020 OutcomesForm 151 - Activities of Daily LifeSpecimen Test ResultsOther TBD
* Data items included are subject to decisions made close to the release date.
WHI investigators with approved manuscript or ancillary study proposals may access selected confidential data, such as Medicare data or geocode data, using the WHI VDE. See more information and the application process on the VDE page.
A subset of the WHI Clinical Trial and Observational Study data is available through BioLINCC. You do not need a WHI collaborator to access these datasets.
A subset of the WHI phenotype data is available for participants with genetic data deposited in the dbGaP repository. We can provide limited help with questions related to the data on dbGaP. Please refer to the dbGap website for detailed information on the WHI datasets that are currently available, instructions on how to access and download data, searchable FAQs, and dbGaP contact information. You do not need a WHI collaborator to access these datasets.
Please see the TOPMed (AS 564) study page for information about how to propose a paper using TOPMed data or becoming involved in TOPMed.