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CORES winter event 2022 (with vidoes)

CORES winter event 2022 (with vidoes)

March 31, 2022

Poster for the CORES winter event 2022

On March 17, the Center for Open and REproducible Science held our annual event. It was a half-day virtual event intended to bring together our community and discuss more about the open science practice of data sharing. During this event, we heard from an interdisciplinary lineup of a keynote speaker, perspectives, a commentary, and a panel to further discuss issues in data sharing. We are sharing the videos with summaries for each presentation.

 

Presentations

 

    1. Russell Poldrack

    2. Ida Sim

    3. Kenneth Mahaffey

    4. Michael Frank

    5. Jeffrey Drazen

    6. Data sharing panel

Russell Poldrack, Albert Ray Lang Professor of Psychology, CORES Director at Stanford University

Ida Sim, Professor of Medicine at University of California, San Francisco

Kenneth Mahaffey, Professor of Medicine (Cardiovascular Medicine), School of Medicine at Stanford University

Michael Frank, David and Lucile Packard Professor of Human Biology, Psychology department at Stanford University

Jeffrey Drazen , Distinguished Parker B. Francis Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Professor of Physiology at Harvard School of Public Health; former editor-in-chief of The New England Journal of Medicine

Panel: Data sharing

This panel was moderated by Steven Goodman , Professor of Epidemiology, Population Health, and Medicine, School of Medicine at Stanford University

The panel participants:

Jeffrey Drazen, Distinguished Parker B. Francis Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Professor of Physiology at Harvard School of Public Health; former editor-in-chief of The New England Journal of Medicine

Michael Frank, David and Lucile Packard Foundation Professor of Human Biology, Psychology department at Stanford University

Kenneth Mahaffey, Professor of Medicine (Cardiovascular Medicine), School of Medicine at Stanford University

Ida Sim, Professor of Medicine at University of California, San Francisco

We would like to thank all of our speakers for their presentations, panelists for their thoughts, and our attendees for tuning in! 

See you at another CORES event!