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Seminars in Hearing Research (04/07/22) - RCR Discussion on Open Science

Author: M/ Heinz
Event Date: April 7, 2022
Hosted By: Hari Bharadwaj
Time: 1030-1120
Location: LYLE 1150
Contact Name: Bharadwaj, Hari M
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Open To: All
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School or Program: Biomedical Engineering
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Hari Bharadwaj, Matt Thompson (former TPAN Fellow), and other TPAN Faculty will lead a Responsible Conduct in Research (RCR) discussion on "Open Science: Benefits, and barriers to participation" at our Seminar in Hearing Research at Purdue (SHRP), on April 7th at 1030-1120 in LYLE 1150.

Seminars in Hearing Research at Purdue (SHRP)


Date: Thursday, April 07,  2022


Time: 10:30 – 11:20 am

Location: LYLE 1150


Speaker: T32 RCR discussion

Title: Open Science: Benefits, and barriers to participation

Abstract: According to a Consensus Study Report of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, “Openness [in science] increases transparency and reliability, facilitates more effective collaboration, accelerates the pace of discovery, and fosters broader and more equitable access to scientific knowledge and to the research process itself.”  Furthermore, the new NIH policy on data management and sharing asserts that “Sharing scientific data accelerates biomedical research discovery, in part, by enabling validation of research results, providing accessibility to high-value datasets, and promoting data reuse for future research studies”, with data-sharing related mandates set to take effect in January, 2023. This week, we will have a T32/TPAN-led discussion on the benefits of open science, some available tools, and barriers to participation in the open-science movement. Please bring your experience and/or thoughts in this realm for discussion!


Zoom info [Note that this is a discussion-based session, so in-person participation is encouraged to maximize opportunity to engage]:

Meeting ID: 931 0815 8900 

Passcode: 11501150



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