Anita Bandrowski, a researcher in the department of neuroscience at UCSD, a visiting professor at the QUEST center at the Berlin Institute of Health, and the CEO of a technology startup called SciCrunch Inc., will present "Can research resource identifiers (RRIDs) be used to better understand the scientific literature?"
Dr. Bandrowski is a researcher in the department of neuroscience at UCSD, a visiting professor at the QUEST center at the Berlin Institute of Health, and the CEO of a technology startup called SciCrunch Inc. She started and runs the Research Resource Identification Initiative, asking authors to put persistent unique identifiers, RRIDs for tools they used in their paper, into their publications as a way to improve parts of reproducibility in science. She is passionate about fixing bits of the reproducibility crisis in science that can be engineered out of existence!
Bandrowski, A. (2022). A decade of GigaScience: What can be learned from half a million RRIDs in the scientific literature. GigaScience, 11.
Bandrowski, A. E., & Martone, M. E. (2016). RRIDs: a simple step toward improving reproducibility through rigor and transparency of experimental methods. Neuron, 90(3), 434-436.
Menke, J., Roelandse, M., Ozyurt, B., Martone, M., & Bandrowski, A. (2020). The rigor and transparency index quality metric for assessing biological and medical science methods. Iscience, 23(11), 101698.
We continue the CIRSS speaker series in Spring 2023 with a focus on “Knowledge Graphs and Semantic Computing”. We will meet on Fridays, 9-10am Central Time, on Zoom. To join a session, go to the current week’s session and click the “access” link, which will lead you to a calendar entry. There, click the “PARTICIPATE online” button to join a session. Recordings of past talks can be found next to "access" if available. The event is open to the public, and everyone is welcome to attend! This series is hosted by the Center for Informatics Research in Science and Scholarship (CIRSS). If you have any questions, please contact Jana Diesner and Halil Kilicoglu.
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