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Open Science Center Launches

Stanford Data Science Launches new multi-school center on open and reproducible scholarship led by Russ Poldrack and Maya Mathur.
Wheel with the question: Why open science? surrounded by 6 answers
(cc by Gaelen Pinnock)

The new Center for Open and REproducibile Science (CORES) aims to develop and nurture transparency and reproducibility in the collection, analysis, and dissemination of data across all domains of scientific activity. The Center will focus on two core objectives. The first is to develop resources and support activities that promote the adoption of open science practices at Stanford and beyond. The second is to foster methodological innovations that can enhance the adoption and effectiveness of open science practices.

The CORES Executive Committee members come from all areas of campus:

  • Manisha Desai - Medicine (Biomedical Informatics) & Biomedical Data Science & Health Research and Policy (by courtesy)
  • Sharad Goel - Management Science and Engineering & Computer Science, Sociology, and Law (by courtesy)
  • Steve Goodman - Epidemiology & Medicine (Primary Care and Population Health)
  • Susan Holmes - Statistics
  • Michelle Mello - Law & Medicine (Health Services Research)
  • Mark Musen - Medicine (Biomedical Informatics) & Biomedical Data Science
  • John Borghi - Research and Instruction, Lane Medical Library
  • Zach Chandler - Research Information Technology and Innovation, Office of the Vice Provost and Dean of Research
  • Amy Hodge - Science Data Librarian, Stanford Libraries


Read more on the center and participants here ยป