To join the talk, follow this link. About the speaker Eilidh studied neuroscience at the University of Glasgow before coming to study neuroimaging at King’s College London. Her PhD research used MRI to investigate how brain networks change in healthy ageing. During this time, she became interested in extending processing tools developed for human dataContinue reading "Species agnostic tools for translational MRI processing by Dr Eilidh MacNicol"
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To join the talk, follow this link. About the speaker As a Vice President at Arnold Ventures, Stuart funded renowned work showing that scientific research is often irreproducible, including the Reproducibility Projects in Psychology and Cancer Biology. As a grantmaker, he helped launch the Center for Open Science, Vivli, the Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford,Continue reading "Reproducibility and Innovation: Can we do Better? by Dr Stuart Buck"
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To join the talk, follow this link. About the speaker Alexander Refsum Jensenius is Professor of music technology at the University of Oslo and Director of the RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion. His research focuses on why music makes us move, which he explores through empirical studies using different motion-sensingContinue reading "Open music research between art and science by Dr Alexander Refsum Jensenius"
To register for the event, follow this link. About the speaker Neil Jacobs gained his PhD in information science from Loughborough in 2000, then joined the team running the ESRC’s then projects and outcomes database. In 2005 he joined the national education and research digital infrastructure agency Jisc, leading national programmes and services in openContinue reading "Accelerating the uptake of high quality open research practices by Dr Neil Jacobs"
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To register, follow this link. About this talk Iain Emsley will give an introductory talk about Python along the lines of Data Carpentry with a code example for those new and notes to follow up on later. Iain is happy to answer questions where possible. To register, follow this link.
To join, follow this link. About the speakers Dustin Scheinost earned his PhD in biomedical engineering from Yale University and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging at Yale School of Medicine, where he leads the Multimodal Imaging, Neuroinformatics, and Data Science (MINDS) Lab. Dustin’s research interests include functionalContinue reading "Trends in self-citation rates in neuroscience literature by Prof Dustin Scheinost & Matt Rosenblatt"
To join, follow this link. About the speaker Check out the speaker's bio here. About the talk Scientists are increasingly crossing the boundaries of the professional system by involving the general public (the crowd) directly in their research. However, this crowd involvement tends to be confined to empirical work and it is not clear whetherContinue reading "Crowdsourcing research questions in science by Dr Susanne Beck"
To join, follow this link. About the speaker Tamarinde Haven has a background in psychology, philosophy, and epidemiology. She defended her PhD thesis in 2021 at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam focusing on the role of the research climate in fostering or undermining research integrity. In her time as a postdoc at the BIH QUEST CenterContinue reading "Supervisors’ role modeling of responsible research practices by Dr Tamarinde Haven"