ReproNim News Archive

Past Events and Activities

  • Announcing the new ReproNim Webinar Series, 'First Fridays' at 2pm, Eastern Time
    • Join us on the first Friday of every month, from 2-3pm Eastern Time
    • Featured topics will include important efforts in reproducibility, from both ReproNim and others
    • Friday, January 3, 2020 at 2pm EST
      • ReproNim investigator Dorota Jarecka presents "Testing scientific workflows with Testkraken"
      • Both the Video Presentation and Slides are now available
    • Friday, December 6, at 2pm EST
      • ReproNim investigator Yaroslav Halchenko and colleagues present "Taking Control of your DICOM Data: ReproIn/Heudiconv Tools"
      • Both the Video Presentation and Slides are now available!
    • Friday, November 1, at 2pm EDT
      • Our own David Kennedy presents "State of the ReproNim: A High-Level Overview to Reproducibility in Neuroimaging Research"
      • Both the Video Presentation and Slides are now available!
    • Join us on the first Friday of every month, from 2-3pm Eastern Time
    • Featured topics will include important efforts in reproducibility, from both ReproNim and others
  • See you at the annual Society for Neuroscience meeting in Chicago, October 19-23, 2019!
  • ReproNim and SchizConnect - A Project-Centered Example of Containers and Semantic Markup (Agenda)
    • Session 1, Friday October 4, 2019, 2-3:30pm EDT 1.5 Hour Webinar with SchizConnect and ReproNim faculty
    • Session 2, Friday October 18, 2019, 9am-5pm CDT, Full day Workathon with SchizConnect and ReproNim faculty
  • A few highlights from IEEE eScience 2019 in San Diego, CA
  • ReproNim joins in a Reproducibility Colloquium at USC, September 23, 2019
  • Maryann Martone shares her expertise on "Harnessing the Power of Cloud Technology to Propel Neuroscience Research Forward" at the National Academies of Science Neuroscience Data in the Cloud Workshop September 24, 2019 in Washington, DC.
  • Great meeting at INCF NeuroInformatics 2019
  • ReproNim Activities at OHBM 2019 in Rome, Italy
    • Pre-OHBM Events
    • OHBM Conference Presentations, June 9-13, 2019
      • ReproHour Tutorials in Reproducibility, Open Science Room/ReproPub, Posters, Booth
  • Congratulations to our Inaugural 2019-2020 class of ReproNim/INCF Fellows!
  • ReproNim is launching a new Training Fellowship!
    • Gain conceptual and practical training in reproducible neuroimaging topics
    • Share expertise and expand your professional network for future collaborations
    • Establish mentorship ties for the next year with ReproNim faculty
    • Applications being accepted for 2019 Fellows until February 26, 2019
    • Program Announcement and Application here: Link
    • Sponsored jointly with the International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Factility (INCF) Link
  • ReproNim Tools Currently Featured on the Big Data U's website! Link
  • Society for Neuroscience Events:
    • SfN Neuroinformatics Social, Tuesday November 6, 2018. Link
    • SfN Workshop FAIR Neuroscience: Sharing and Collaborating for Reproducible Neuroscience, November 5, 2018. Link
    • SfN Worskhop How a Journal Handles Your Paper, including Reproducibility Issues, November 4, 2018. Link
    • Reproducible NeuroImaging Training November 2-3, 2018, before SfN: Link
  • 5 Steps to Reproducible Neuroimaging Draft here
  • Reproducible NeuroImaging Training November 2-3, 2018 before SFN: Link
  • OHBM Hackathon TrainTrack: Link
  • OHBM Sunday All-day Hands-On Training Course in Reproducible Neuroimaging: Link
  • ReproNim Activities at OHBM 2018 in Singapore: Link
  • Slides from the SOBP 2018 symposium Reproducibility in Psychiatric Neuroimaging: Big Data for Big Problems posted here: Link
  • There will be a Reproducible Neuroimaging Training Workshop held just prior to the Society for Neuroscience meeting in Washington DC, November 10-11, 2017. See https://tinyurl.com/repronim-sfn17 for more details