Posts Tagged: Seminars

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…

Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series, April 29 at 10am: Reproducing Reproducibility? Challenges in Reproducing Classifier and Predictive Models

Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series presents Reproducing Reproducibility? Challenges in Reproducing Classifier and Predictive Models. Learn about poor Artificial Intelligence development and reproducibility in Medical Imaging algorithms.Thursday, April 29, 2021, 10:00am-11:00am Register: https://bit.ly/3siAJlJ An overview of previous seminars and recordings can be found at https://guides.libraries.emory.edu/rigor-rep.  

Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series, February 26 at 2pm: An Introduction to Open Science Principles and Tools

Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series presents An Introduction to Open Science Principles and Tools on February 26 at 2pm via Zoom. Learn what tools support open science throughout the research cycle including planning, data collection, publication, and grant reporting and complicance. We will discuss various tools such as Registered Reports, Protocols.io, Open Science Framework, MedRxiv…

Rigor and Reproducibility at “eLife” Webinar on November 20th at 2 pm

Dr. Ronald Calbrese will be the featured speaker at the Emory Libraries and Information Technology Services and WHSC-Data Initiative’s virtual seminar series on November 20th at 2 pm. He is a Senior Editor for eLife.  The journal’s mission includes “accelerat discovery by operating a platform for research communication that encourages and recognises the most responsible…

Virtual Seminar – Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series Making Reproducibility Practical: Using R and R Markdown

Emory Libraries and Information Technology Services are partnering with the WHSC-Data initiative to host a virtual seminar series this summer and fall dedicated to topics related to Rigor and Reproducibility.  The second seminar in this series is “Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series Making Reproducibility Practical: Using R and R Markdown.” Featured Speaker: Melinda Higgins, PhD….

Virtual Seminar Friday, July 31, 2pm : Data Publication and Citation

Emory Libraries and Information Technology Services are partnering with the WHSC-Data initiative to host a virtual seminar series this summer and fall dedicated to topics related to Rigor and Reproducibility.  The first seminar in this series is “Data publication and citation: How do I get credit for promotion?”. Presenters: Lance Waller, Director of the WHSC-Data…

CDC launches new eLearning course on Effective Communication for Healthcare Teams

The CDC is excited to announce the launch of its newest online free continuing education course: Effective Communication for Healthcare Teams: Addressing Health Literacy, Limited English Proficiency and Cultural Differences. For nurses it provides 2.1 CNE and for physicians 2.25. Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES®) and/or Master Certified Health Education Specialists (MCHES®) and Certified in Public…

A Reflection of HIV in Atlanta Women

  This Thursday, April 4th 2019 from 6 pm-8 pm, please join the Emory Libraries in learning more about how HIV impacts women in Atlanta; the event will take place in the Rita Anne Collins Room in the Grace Crum Rollins Building: 1518 Clifton Road, NE, Atlanta, GA  30322. The keynote speaker, Damaris Henderson, is…

Medical Theory Influencing the Work of William Shakespeare

The Exhibit Shakespeare created some of the most memorable characters in literature.  His understanding of human nature and personality was influenced by humorism, an ancient medical theory about how bodily fluids determined a person’s physical and mental health, as well as personality.  The National Library of Medicine’s exhibit, “And there’s the humor of it”: Shakespeare…

Woodruff Health Sciences Library hosts “From DNA to Beer” Exhibit and Event

Recently, the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library exhibited “From DNA to Beer,” an exhibit by the National Library of Medicine.  The exhibit explored how bacteria, yeasts, and molds can cause sickness and restore health, and it highlighted how scientists have harnessed these microbes to manufacture both new medicines and potent potables.  On February 23, the Health…