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Reproducibility of Research: Grand Rounds

Your guide to resources and tools in making your research reproducible.

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Grand Rounds: Research Reproducibility

September 12, 2017 -- April 24, 2018
Tuesdays, Noon - 1PM
Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, Garden Level
University of Utah
A weekly endeavor to raise awareness about reproducibility issues, showcase Utah researchers' work, and to create an open forum for discussions. CME credit available.

Fall 2017 Schedule

Date Speaker Topic
Sept 12 Melissa Rethlefsen Research Reproducibility Overview
Sept 19 Suresh Venkatasubramanian Ethics in Computational Sciences
Sept 26 Ed Dudek How Much Does Lack of Rigor and Reproducibility Hinder the Development of New Therapies for Epilepsy?
Oct 3 Julie Kiefer Research Reproducibility and the Public Perception of Science
Oct 10 CANCELED for Fall Break
Oct 17 Brian Avery (Westminster) Teaching Undergrads Research Reproducibility
Oct 24 Mellanye Lackey Systematic Reviews: Peer Reviewing Search Strategies
Oct 31 Jeff Botkin Rescheduled to Apr 3. See below.
Nov 7 Rob Ricci Software for Reproducibility
Nov 14 Eric Eide Reproducibility within Computer Science
Nov 21 CANCELED for Thanksgiving Holiday
Nov 28 Erin Rothwell Reproducibility and Qualitative Research
Dec 5 Ram Gouripeddi Reproducible Informatics for Reproducible Research
Dec 12 Tom Greene Error Terms

Spring 2018 Schedule

Sponsors

Research Reproducibility 2018 (Grand Rounds, Short Course, and Conference) is made possible by:

The Office of Research Integrity, The Department of Health and Human Services (ORIIR170034); Vice President for Research Office, University of Utah; Center for Clinical and Translational Science, University of Utah (UL1TR001067); Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah; and Department of Philosophy, University of Utah. Short Course funding is also provided in part through a subaward from the MidContinental Region of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine under cooperative agreement number UG4LM012344.

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