Oct 14, 2020 Oct 14, 2020
09:00AM 12:00PM Transforming Research Conference: University Event Topic: Faculty,Graduate,Medicine,ResearchDepartment / Organization: Health Sciences Center LibraryEvent Open To: Faculty,Graduate Students,PostDocsCost: $99, register by Oct. 12 ($25 discounted rate available)Registration / R.S.V.P. link: https://www.transformingresearch.org/registration/Contact Name: Jeremy KupscoContact Email: jkupsco@emory.eduLink: https://www.transformingresearch.org/This conference will advance conversations on research policy, evaluation, portfolio management, funding, dissemination, and impact. Perspectives from people in government and private funding organizations, research institutes, and academic, non-profit, and commercial organizations are welcome.Transforming Research conference format will be a series of short pre-recorded presentations followed by interactive discussion with presenters. Themes for the 2020 meeting are:  Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Research: What helps and hinders the creation of opportunity and equity for women and other underrepresented minority groups in the process of research? We will explore DEI from several perspectives Basic, Applied and Translational Research: Connections, Collaboration and Community: We will discuss practices of interdisciplinarity and collaborative approaches to address societal and scientific challenges. Open Science - Opportunities and Challenges for the Research Enterprise: Open science promises to accelerate reproducibility and research, and promote efficiencies, exemplified by the ‘completely new culture of doing research’ in response to COVID-19. From endeavor to practice, we invite discussion on costs, emerging roles, technology, incentives, competitiveness, as well as policies and regulations. Rigor, Reproducibility, and Integrity in Research: Research is a human endeavor: with the usual characteristics of humanity, with its strengths and weaknesses. Solutions can come about through technological improvement, behavioral change and increased transparency: but they have to be ethical, community-led, and they have to be seen to be effective - by the research community, by funders, politicians and the general populace. + Online Campus Events
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