[CODATA-international] [early-career] Ask Me Anything Call On FSCI: Reproducibility theory and...

mervyn.oluing@insight-centre.org via Early Career Networking group early-career at rda-groups.org
Wed Dec 18 07:11:11 EST 2019

Hi everyone,

Just a reminder about the AMA today.

Don't forget to register on Eventbrite.

Hope to see you there.

Mervyn O Luing

Early Career and Engagement Interest Group (ECEIG)

On Saturday, 14 December 2019, Mervyn O'Luing <
mervyn.oluing at insight-centre.org> wrote:

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> Hello everyone,
> We hope this email finds you well!
> We are writing to invite you to yet another RDA
> <https://www.rd-alliance.org/> ECEIG "Ask me Anything
> <https://www.rd-alliance.org/group/early-career-and-engagement-ig/event/ask-me-anything-call-fsci-reproducibility-theory-and>"
> meeting; the Early Career and Engagement Interest Group (ECEIG)
> <https://www.rd-alliance.org/groups/early-career-and-engagement-ig> has
> been formed within RDA with a focus on connecting with and supporting early
> career professionals both within and outside RDA. The "Ask me Anything"
> meetings are hosted on a monthly basis, addressing topics that might be of
> general interest to ECRs - this month's AMA is dedicated to:
> FSCI: Reproducibility theory and practice.
> Dr. Anita Bandrowski trained as a neurophysiologist at UCR and Stanford,
> however moved to bioinformatics with the human genome project at Celera
> Inc., seeing that high throughput science has much to teach biologists. Dr.
> Bandrowski works at the FAIR Data Informatics Lab at UCSD and is also an
> instructor for the FSCI summer institute, teaching the Research
> Reproducibility in Theory and Practice course https://www.force11.
> org/fsci/2019/course-abstracts#AM3.  This course focuses on issues of
> reproducibility in research from a broad perspective. Dr. Bandrowski is
> also one of the founders of and oversees the Research Resource Identifiers
> (RRIDs) project  https://scicrunch.org/resources – which provides a
> Resource Identification Portal supporting new guidelines for Rigor and
> Transparency in biomedical publications.
> If you are interested in attending please note that registration is
> required:
> https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ama-call-on-fsci-
> reproducibility-theory-and-practice-tickets-86123408433
> Additional information:
> The talk will be held online on Wednesday, December 18th at 15:00-16:00
> UTC (10:00-11:00 EDT)
> *Click here
> <https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=AMA+Call+on+Reproducibility+Theory+%26+Practice%2C+Weds%2CDec+18th+at+15%3A00-16%3A00+UTC+(10%3A00-11%3A00+EDT)&iso=20191218T10&p1=3723&ah=1>
> to find out the time of the event in your time zone.
> Some short information about the speaker:
> Short bio from Dr. Bandrowski:
> I am a neurophysiologist by training, but for the past decade I have been
> working in the area of informatics to increase access to and utilization of
> neuroscience data. Just as science was able to harness the power of the
> printing press to foster scientific communication and collaboration, we
> must now establish the means for communicating and utilizing the digital
> technologies for scientific communication and discovery. For this reason, I
> have been working in the area of knowledge representation in the
> neurosciences within the Neuroscience Information Framework (NIF). I am the
> scientific lead of the NIF project, which under my direction has grown into
> the largest source of neuroscience data and tools on the web. Through NIF
> and my neuroscience background, I have a unique global perspective on
> issues in data sharing and utilization in the neurosciences and have gained
> considerable insight and expertise in working with diverse biomedical data.
> We have recently extended the NIF framework to develop data portals for
> NIDDK (dkNET) and the RRID community portal. I serve as the lead for the
> Resource Identification Initiative, a FORCE11, the Future of Research
> Communications and e-Scholarship, group dedicated to transforming scholarly
> communication. RRIDs are unique identifiers for Key Biological Resources,
> aggregated by our group from community databases and requested from authors
> in participating journals, including Cell, eLife and others. My background
> in working in Neuroscience data, bioinformatics and ontology development
> makes me well suited to lead SciCrunch, a technology startup focused on
> making sense of big biological data.
> https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/bandrow@gmail.com/cv/114728/
> twitter: @Anitabandrowski
> orcid.org/0000-0002-5497-0243  <http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5497-0243>
> Looking forward to talking with you!
> Mervyn O Luing
> Early Career and Engagement Interest Group (ECEIG)

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