1st SPORR Annual Colloquium and Help-a-thon was held on 23 January 2023
Stanford University’s School of Medicine Program on Research Rigor & Reproducibility (SPORR), hosted its first school-wide Colloquium and Help-a-thon, on January 23rd, 2023. Recording and deatils about the Colloquium can be found at the Colloquium website. The event was also covered in the SPECTRUM Newsletter and StanfordMed Today.
ReproducibiliTea Stanford was launched on 26 October 2022
On Oct 26th, we launched the Stanford University branch of the ReproducibiliTea Journal Club. ReproducibiliTea is an international community of journal clubs dedicated to advancing Open Science and improving academic research culture. Each of the over 100 ReproducibiliTea Journal Clubs operates independently and selects articles and presentations to discuss that are most relevant to their membership. Students and Postdocs from any research discipline can participate.
The event began with a short presentation about ReproducbiliTea by Robert Thibault (current Stanford Postdoc and previous University of Bristol ReproducibiliTea Organizer). The group then discussed the topics that interest them and shared their experiences. Survey is planned to be sent next week to agree on frequency and time for meetings, papers, and topics to discuss.
ReproducibiliTea is open for all postdocs and students to join. Please register using this link.
Help us Understand Data Sharing and Management Practices at Stanford Medicine
Stanford Lane Medical Library and the Stanford Program for Rigor and Reproducibility (SPORR) Investigators, are aiming to understand data sharing and management practices of Stanford researchers, as well as support they might need to implement the new National Institutes of Health (NIH) Data Management and Sharing policy.
School of Medicine students, staff, postdocs, and faculty willing to participate will be awarded $25 amazon gift card for their time.Please apply through: