Rigor and Reproducibility Resources
“Two of the cornerstones of science advancement are rigor in designing and performing scientific research and the ability to reproduce biomedical research findings. The application of rigor ensures robust and unbiased experimental design, methodology, analysis, interpretation, and reporting of results. When a result can be reproduced by multiple scientists, it validates the original results and readiness to progress to the next phase of research. This is especially important for clinical trials in humans, which are built on studies that have demonstrated a particular effect or outcome.” –NIH
Rigor and Reproducibility Publication and Reporting Workshop, August 28, 2019
We invite you to join us for the newest in our Rigor and Reproducibility series. This workshop will take place in the Bioscience Research Collaborative from 10-3 pm and will focus on NIH guidelines for publication and reporting as well as interactive discussions on challenges and pitfalls to avoid with regard to publishing your own research as well as determining whether a published article has provided enough information to convince you of its findings. If registration is full, you can choose to be added to the waitlist from the Registration Page.
Rigor and Reproducibility, October 10, 2019
1st place winner of the Association of American Medical Colleges 2017 Innovations in Research and Research Education Award, this exciting workshop brings together highly acclaimed experts in rigor and reproducibility in research topics including data analysis, experimental design, resource sharing, publication and reporting, and more. With speakers and facilitators from all 7 of our GCC institutions, this interactive workshop has proven to be very effective as well as a lot of fun. BioScience Research Collaborative, 6500 Main St, Event Space, 9:30 am-3 pm. If registration is full, you can choose to be added to the waitlist from the registration page.
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