Posts Tagged: Seminars

Nov 18 @ 3pm: Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series Data Sharing from the Data Sharer’s Point of View

WHSC Library Seminar Series on Rigor and Reproducibility presents: Data Sharing from the Data Sharer’s Point of View Date/Time: Friday, November 18, 2022 at 3 pm Register: https://emorylibraries.libcal.com/event/9888325 Speakers: Lance Waller, PhD & Vicki Hertzberg, PhD How should researchers think about sharing data? In this webinar, we provide some practical guidelines for how to approach…

Oct 27 at 1pm: ORCID Workshop for Researchers

Researchers, authors and students are invited to join an upcoming webinar to become more familiar with ORCID and it’s benefits. Beginning in January 2023, ORCID profiles will become an important component of federal extramural funding submission and compliance activities. Emory University has been working to make ORCID profiles easier for faculty, staff, and students to…

Pandemic Reflections Community Event: Book Discussion on “The Viral Underclass: The Human Toll when Inequality and Disease Collide” to be held Oct 4th from 3-4pm

Steven Thrasher’s The Viral Underclass Community Event  Center for Faculty Development and Excellence (CFDE), Emory University Tuesday, October 4 from 3-4pm  REGISTER HERE: https://emory.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4siXn5eXQryke1Sq9592IQ Dr. Steven W. Thrasher will discuss his new book The Viral Underclass: The Human Toll when Inequality and Disease Collide at a community event that is part of Emory University’s Center…

Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series, September 29 @ 2 pm: Introduction to the upcoming NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing

WHSC Library Seminar Series on Rigor and Reproducibility presents: Introduction to the upcoming NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing. Date/Time: Thursday, September 29, 2022 at2 pm Register: https://emorylibraries.libcal.com/event/9671779 Speakers: Jennifer Doty, Research Data Librarian and Jeremy Kupsco, PhD, Research Informationist An overview of the upcoming NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing will be…

Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series, April 21 at 2pm: Significance testing is the reason that scientific results have poor reproducibility.

WHSC Library Seminar Series on Rigor and Reproducibility presents: Significance testing is the reason that scientific results have poor reproducibility. Date/Time: Thursday, April 21st at 2:00pm Register: https://emorylibraries.libcal.com/event/9080188 Presenter: Timothy Lash, DSc, MPH, Rollins Professor and Chair of Epidemiology, Rollins School of Public Health. In the last years, some in the scientific community have raised…

Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series, Feb 3 at 2pm: Why is it so hard to do good science?

WHSC Library Seminar Series on Rigor and Reproducibility presents: Why is it so hard to do good science? Societal approaches to improving the rigor and reproducibility of preclinical biomedical science have largely been technical in nature with a renewed focus on the role of statistics in good experimental designs. By contrast, the importance of preconceived…

Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series presents REDCap at Emory: An Introduction to Best Practices for Research, Nov 18 at 10am

Emory Libraries’ Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series presents REDCap at Emory: An Introduction to Best Practices for Research. The talk will present REDCap as a research tool – highlighting appropriate use cases, practical applications, guidance for implementing best practices, and an overview of available resources. To Register:  https://emorylibraries.libcal.com/event/8497018  Presenters: Sean Mann, MPH, M.Ed Product Manager, Research…

Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series, Sept 17 at 2pm: An Introduction to the Upcoming NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing

Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series presents an Introduction to the upcoming NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing. Learn about the new NIH DMS policy announced in October of 2020 and going into effect in January of 2023 to promote the management and sharing of scientific data. Register: https://tinyurl.com/684bzmb8 An overview of previous seminars and…