Rigor and Reproducibility Resource Page

Rigor and Reproducibility Resource Page

February 8, 2017 Workshop 

Agenda June 9, 2017

Course Materials:

Provocative Questions to Consider

Why is this Such a Problem?
Lee Ellis (MDACC)
Raise Standards for Preclinical Cancer Research-Begleyy Ellis Nature Comment 2012
The Erosion of Research Integrity: The Need for Culture Change-Ellis Research Integrity Lancet Onc July 2015
A Framework for Improving the Quality of Research in the Biological Sciences-Bio-2016-Casadevall-
A Survey on Data Reproducibility in Cancer Research Provides Insights into Our Limited Ability to Translate Findings from the Laboratory to the Clinic-Mobley – A Survey on Data Reproducibility – PLOS One 2013
Is there a Reproducibility Crisis?

Analysis and Statistics
Keith Baggerly (MDACC)
The Importance of Reproducibility in High-Throughput Biology: Case Studies in Forensic Bioinformatics

Experimental Design Panel Discussion #1
Robia Pautler (BCM)
Experimental Design
Disease Models & Mechanisms

David Reiner (IBT)
C. elegans Model

Angela Wilkins (BCM)
Big Data Science

Ethics and Scientific Integrity
Bernadette McKinney (UTMB)
Bill Plunkett (MDA)

Data Management and Resource Sharing
Melissa Eitzen (UTMB) 
Data Management and Resource Sharing Part 1

Data Management and Resource Sharing Part 2

Experimental Design Panel Discussion #2
Stan Watowich (UTMB)
Computational Biology

Harshini Neelakaran (UTMB)
Antibodies

Dan Harrington (UTHealth)
Cell-based and 3-D Tissue Model

Publication & Reporting
Stacey Gorniak (UH)
Nature Transparent Reporting

 

New NIH Requirements for 2016 Grant Proposals

NewsBytes Citing Data-When, How and Why?

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