Welcome to the 4th cohort of Open Life Science program!

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The OLS-4 program

Purpose: Training for early stage researchers and young leaders interested in furthering their Open Science skills

Outcome: Ambassadors for Open Science practice, training and education across multiple European and international bioinformatics communities.

Process: A 16-week mentoring & training program, based on the Mozilla Open Leader program, helping participants in becoming Open Science ambassadors by using three principles:

  1. Sharing essential knowledge required to create, lead, and sustain an Open Science project.
  2. Connecting members across different communities, backgrounds, and identities by creating space in this program for them to share their experiences and expertise.
  3. Empowering them to become effective Open Science ambassadors in their communities.

Table of content

  1. Goals and Learning Objectives
  2. Timeline
  3. Schedule
  4. Role Descriptions
    1. Project leads (aka Mentees)
    2. Mentors
      1. Pool of mentors
      2. Mentoring training
    3. Experts
    4. Organizers
  5. Collaborators
    1. OLS-4 for EOSC-Life
    2. OLS-4 for Faculty of Applied Sciences/TNW - TU Delft
    3. OLS-4 for Turing
  6. Resources
    1. Calls
      1. Cohort calls
      2. Mentor-mentee calls
      3. Coworking calls
      4. Mentors calls
    2. Speaker Guide
    3. Communication channels
      1. Communication within the cohort members
        1. OLS-4 Slack Channel
        2. OLS-4 private Google group
      2. Communication with members not in the cohort
        1. Twitter
        2. Gitter
        3. OLS Google group
  7. Community Participation Guidelines
    1. Diversity Statement
    2. Reporting Issues
    3. Attribution & Acknowledgements

Goals and Learning Objectives

The vision of Open Life Science program is to strengthen Open Science skills for early stage researchers and young leaders in life science.

At the end of the program, our participants will be able to:

  • Describe and define the terms openness, open science, open leadership, community interactions, value exchanges, inclusivity, accessibility, open Science practices in developing resources and training
  • Learn how to apply those principles to open leadership and working open in their projects and communities . Learn how to collect, invite, and tell stories that demonstrate how and why openness benefits the communities they serve
  • Give original examples for the types of openness in science
  • Design
    • Illustrate the need for a project, its vision, and its goals
    • Embrace and communicate the benefits of Open Science and how to strategically apply different open practices to their work
    • Identify the public resources to share their data
    • Identify the different type of Open Access and associated journals
  • Build
    • Start any project with openness in mind from day one
    • Setup a project repository on GitHub using best practices for enabling collaboration
    • Choose and apply open licenses appropriately
  • Empower
    • Create and enforce a safe working environment
    • Promote the values of Open Science to empower others to lead and collaborate
    • Include a broad range of contributors in their work
    • Communicate their work and vision in a 2min demo of elevator pitch
  • Lead an open project in science

Timeline

  • June 21, 2021: Call for Application opens on Open Review

    See the guidelines and templates

  • June 30, 2021: Application webinar ( Talk + Q&A) - Notes with Zoom call link - Recording (to be shared)

    Watch recordings from previous webinars on YouTube

  • July 9, 2021: Application Clinic Call ( Q&A) - Notes with Zoom call link

    At this call, OLS team will be available to provide help if you have any question related to your application

  • July 19, 2021: Open Review registration deadline
  • July 21, 2021: Call for applications closed
  • August 16, 2021: Successful applicants announced
  • September 13, 2021: Start of the 16-week program
  • January 21, 2021: Conclusion of the 16-week program (after a 3-weeks break end of December - beginning of January)

Schedule

During the program,

Organizers will inform participants of the week schedule by email.

Subscribe to the OLS calendar

Week Call Date Topic Agenda
Week 01: September 13-17, 2021 Mentor-Mentee   Meet your mentor! Meet each other and discuss your personal motivation, expectations, working practices and project goals
  Mentors   Mentor training  
  Mentors   Mentor training  
Week 02: September 20-24, 2021 Cohort   Welcome to Open Life Science! Meet other members of your cohort, Share project vision, Intro to working openly (open canvas)
Week 03: September 27 - October 1, 2021 Mentors   Mentoring workshop  
  Mentors   **  
  Mentor-Mentee   Meet your mentor! Discuss assignments from the cohort call & concrete implementations
  Coworking   Open office hour, coworking on assignments, knowledge exchange and networking  
Week 04: October 4-8, 2021 Cohort   Tooling and roadmapping for Open projects Working with GitHub as a community hub: Markdown as a tool to make websites, Licence, Goals and Roadmap, Contributors, Code of Conduct
Week 05: October 11-15, 2021 Mentor-Mentee   Meet your mentor!  
  Cohort   Skill-up: GitHub tutorial for beginners  
Week 06: October 18-22, 2021 Cohort   Open Science I: Project Development Developing Open Projects: Iterative and agile project management, Open- Source, Software, Hardware, Data
Week 07: October 25-29, 2021 Mentor-Mentee   Meet your mentor!  
  Mentors   Mentor training  
  Coworking   Open office hour, coworking on assignments, knowledge exchange and networking  
Week 08: November 1-5, 2021 Cohort   Open Science II: Knowledge Dissemination Sharing Open Project: Preprint publications, DOI and citation, Open protocols, Open Education & Training
Week 09: November 8-12, 2021 Mentor-Mentee   Meet your mentor!  
  Cohort   Skill-up: Personal Ecology and Ally Skills  
Week 10: November 15-19, 2021 Cohort   Open Science III: Next steps - applying FAIR research principles FAIRification of existing or mature projects, etc
Week 11: November 22-26, 2021 Mentor-Mentee   Meet your mentor!  
  Coworking   Open office hour, coworking on assignments, knowledge exchange and networking  
Week 12: November 29 - December 3, 2021 Cohort   Open Leadership: Academia, industry and beyond!  
Week 13: December 6-10, 2021 Mentor-Mentee   Meet your mentor!  
  Cohort   Social  
Week 14: December 13-17, 2021 Cohort   Designing & Empowering for inclusivity Personas and pathways for contributors, Implicit bias & Community interactions
Week 15: January 10-14, 2022 Mentor-Mentee   Meet your mentor! Preparation for the final demos
  Cohort   Final presentation rehearsal - Group 1  
  Cohort   Final presentation rehearsal - Group 2  
Week 16: January 17-21, 2022 Cohort   Final presentations & Graduation! - Group 1 5-minute demos of projects (Audience: entire community & public, Open and recorded call)
  Cohort   Final presentations & Graduation! - Group 2 5-minute demos of projects (Audience: entire community & public, Open and recorded call)
  Mentors   Mentor wrap up  

Role Descriptions

Project leads (aka Mentees)

Participants join this program with a project that they either are already working on or want to develop during this program. More details about the role of a project lead (mentee) can be found here.

Mentors

Our project leads are supported in this program by our mentor-community who are paired based on the compatibility of expertise, interests and requirements of their projects. Our mentors are Open Science practitioners and champions with previous experiences in training and mentoring. They are currently working in different professions in data science, publishing, community building, software development, clinical studies, industries, scientific training and IT services.

Mentors advise and inspire

  • Connect: to people, programs, companies
  • Recommend: resources, readings, classes, experiences
  • Feedback: for the project leads to consider

Pool of mentors

We thank the 35 persons who registered to be mentors in this round

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Anthony Bretaudeau

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Inrae , France

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Galaxy, Gmod tools, Conda/biocontainers, Python/js web apps, Genome annotation, Training

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Alexandra Holinski

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EMBL-EBI , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Scientific Education and Training, Course development, Course design, Course delivery, Methods of interactive delivery (face-to-face and virtual courses), Online training, Community building, Open Science, FAIR principles, Principles of FAIRification of (training) material, Protein Biochemistry

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Anelda Van Der Walt

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@aneldavdw

Talarify , South Africa

Expertise:
Open science, Community building, R, Global south, Open data, Capacity development;

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Anne Fouilloux

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@AnneFouilloux

Nordic E-Infrastructure Collaboration (Neic), University Of Oslo, Norway. , Norway

Expertise:
Open science, Reproducible research, Fair software, Fair data

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Arielle Bennett

Pronouns: she/her
@biotechchat

The Alan Turing Institute , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Road mapping and strategy planning, Community consultation, Culture change, Code of conducts, Community goals, Drug discovery, Computational biology, Neuroscience.

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Beth Duckles

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@bduckles

Insightful, Llc , United States

Expertise:
Social science, Qualitative research, Sustainability, Standards, Mixed methods, Post academics

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Bérénice Batut

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@bebatut

University of Freiburg , Germany

Expertise:
Galaxy, Galaxy training, Citizen science, Bioinformatics, High-throughput sequencing, Metagenomics, Wordpress, Jekyll, GitHub/GitLab Pages, Designing and developing training material, Collaborating with Git & GitHub/GitLab, Git, GitHub, GitLab, Publishing web content

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Bruno Soares

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@Bruno_E_Soares

Universidade Federal Do Rio De Janeiro , Brazil

Expertise:
SciComm, Community building, Open Data, Biodiversity

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Carly Monks

Pronouns: She/Her
@archaeo_ecology

University Of Western Australia , Australia

Expertise:
Ethical data sharing, Fair principles, Care principles

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Delphine Lariviere

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@ddlariviere

Penn State University , United States

Expertise:
Genomics, Epigenetics, Galaxy

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Sam Haynes

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@youvegotmyname

University of Edinburgh , Scotland

Expertise:
Transcriptomics, Bioinformatics, Open source, R Package Development, Reproducibility

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Emily Lescak

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@elescak

Code For Science And Society , United States

Expertise:
Community building, Communication, Diversity, Inclusion, Event planning, Leadership, Research methods, Teaching

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Emma Karoune

Pronouns: She/her
@ekaroune

The Alan Turing Institute , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Environmental Archaeology, Palaeoecology, FAIR, Collaborative working, Open workflows, Reproducibility

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Esther Plomp

Pronouns: she/her/hers
@PhDToothFAIRy

Delft University Of Technology - Faculty Of Applied Sciences , The Netherlands

Expertise:
Open protocols, Open data, Research data management, FAIR, Archaeology, Bioanthropology, Isotopes, Osteology

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Fotis Psomopoulos

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@fopsom

Institute Of Applied Biosciences, Centre For Research And Technology Hellas , Greece

Expertise:
Bioinformatics, Machine learning, Training, Open Science

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Gracielle Higino

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@graciellehigino

University Of British Columbia , Canada

Expertise:
Reproducibility, Open data, Data management, Collaboration, Data synthesis, Science communication, Ecology, Biodiversity

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Harpreet Singh


Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya Jalandhar , India

Expertise:
Bioinformatics, Molecular Modeling, Machine learning, R Programming

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Hans-Rudolf Hotz

@hrhotz

Friedrich Miescher Institute For Biomedical Research , Switzerland

Expertise:
Galaxy, Bioconductor, PostgreSQL, Bioinformatics, Next Generation Sequencing

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Iratxe Puebla

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@IratxePuebla

Asapbio , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Preprints, Science communication, Publishing, Peer review, Community engagement, Research integrity

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Julien Colomb

Pronouns: he/his
@j_colomb

Hu Berlin , Germany

Expertise:
Research data management, Open science, Scholarly communication, Neurosciences, Reproducible reports

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Jessica Scheick

Pronouns: she/her
@jessicascheick

University Of New Hampshire , United States

Expertise:
Python, Github, Glaciology, Remote sensing, Icebergs, Climate change, Icesat-2, Icepyx, Hackweeks

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Lena Karvovskaya

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@LangData

Vu Amsterdam , The Netherlands

Expertise:
Linguistics, Language documentation, Typology, Semantics, Research data management

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Kate Simpson

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@Dr_KateSimpson

Imperial College London/ The Alan Turing Institute , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Open community development, Basic open science principles, Basic github skills, Energy, carbon and enironmental data for buildings

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Lilly Winfree

Pronouns: she/her
@lilscientista

Open Knowledge Foundation , United States

Expertise:
Project management, Open source, Open data, Open science, Data management, Project communications, Giving presentations, Writing documentation, Working with a distributed team, Neuroscience

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Markus Konkol

@MarkusKonkol

University Of Twente, Itc , The Netherlands

Expertise:
Open science, reproducibility

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Meag Doherty

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@emdohh

United States

Expertise:
Product strategy, Go to market, User research

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Margaret Wanjiku

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@meg_wanjiku

International Centre Of Insect Physiology And Ecology , Kenya

Expertise:
Community building, Bioinformatics

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Alexander Martínez Méndez

@mxrtinez

La-Conga Physics - Universidad Industrial De Santander (Colombia) , Colombia

Expertise:
Science reproducibility

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Dario Pescini

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@darioPescini

University Of Milano-Bicocca , Italy

Expertise:
Systems biology, Computational biology, Systems simulation;

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Piraveen Gopalasingam

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@cascade21

Embl-Ebi (European Bioinformatics Institute) , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Education, Training, Course design, Course delivery, Science communication

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Prash Suravajhala

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@prashbio

Bioclues.Org , India

Expertise:
Systems genomics, bioinformatics

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Stephen Klusza

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@codebiologist

Clayton State University , United States

Expertise:
Life sciences, Genetics, Synthetic biology, Accessibility

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Dave Clements

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@tnabtaf

Galaxy Project, Johns Hopkins University , United States

Expertise:
Community outreach, Training, Imposter Syndrome, Data analysis and integration

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Renato Alves

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@renato_alvs

European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) , Germany

Expertise:
Full-stack developer, Computational Training, Reproducibility, Computational biology, Metagenomics, Meta-transcriptomics

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Yvan Le Bras

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@Yvan2935

French Museum Of Natural History , France

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Ecology, Data management, Data analysis

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Mentoring training

Mentorship roles can sound like a big personal responsibility and can be overwhelming for new mentors. To support our mentors in this program, we will offer training, topic-based guided discussions and opportunity for social interaction over 4 calls during the mentorship round:

  • 2 training calls in the beginning of the cohort to get participants trained and prepared for their role as mentors
  • 1 catch-up call in the middle of the cohort to discuss new topics and challenges that might have occurred and address them
  • 1 call at the end to capture experiences of mentors and assess their interest in future cohorts
  • Social and co-working calls schedule will be agreed among the mentors as per their needs and interests

In the mentor training, our mentors will then gain mentoring skills (active listening, effective questioning, giving feedback), learn to celebrate successes and gain confidence on navigating challenges in mentoring.

A dedicated slack channel will facilitate open discussions among mentors to help them discuss their experiences, challenges and tips and tricks (contact the team if you are not yet on this channel).

Experts

Experts are invited to join cohort calls or individual mentorship calls to share their experience and expertise during the program.

We thank the 46 persons who registered to be experts in this round.

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Andrew Stewart

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@ajstewart_lang

University Of Manchester , England

Expertise:
Open research, Reproducibility, Psychology

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Alexandra Holinski

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EMBL-EBI , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Scientific Education and Training, Course development, Course design, Course delivery, Methods of interactive delivery (face-to-face and virtual courses), Online training, Community building, Open Science, FAIR principles, Principles of FAIRification of (training) material, Protein Biochemistry

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Alex Chan

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@alexwlchan

Wellcome Collection , United Kingdom

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Anunya Opasawatchai

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@Pk_star

Mahidol University , Thailand

Expertise:
Immunology, Single-cell transcriptomics, Tropical disease, Human cell atlas, Interdisciplinery research

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Anne Fouilloux

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@AnneFouilloux

Nordic E-Infrastructure Collaboration (Neic), University Of Oslo, Norway. , Norway

Expertise:
Open science, Reproducible research, Fair software, Fair data

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Arielle Bennett

Pronouns: she/her
@biotechchat

The Alan Turing Institute , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Road mapping and strategy planning, Community consultation, Culture change, Code of conducts, Community goals, Drug discovery, Computational biology, Neuroscience.

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Beth Duckles

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@bduckles

Insightful, Llc , United States

Expertise:
Social science, Qualitative research, Sustainability, Standards, Mixed methods, Post academics

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Bérénice Batut

Pronouns: she/her
@bebatut

University of Freiburg , Germany

Expertise:
Galaxy, Galaxy training, Citizen science, Bioinformatics, High-throughput sequencing, Metagenomics, Wordpress, Jekyll, GitHub/GitLab Pages, Designing and developing training material, Collaborating with Git & GitHub/GitLab, Git, GitHub, GitLab, Publishing web content

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Bruno Soares

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@Bruno_E_Soares

Universidade Federal Do Rio De Janeiro , Brazil

Expertise:
SciComm, Community building, Open Data, Biodiversity

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Reina Camacho Toro

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@rcamachotoro

Cnrs/Cern. Co-Coordinator Of La-Conga Physics , France

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Open education, Science and education capacity building, Virtual research and learning communities, Scientific connections between developed and developing countries, Particle physics

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Cooper Smout

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@coopsmout

Institute For Globally Distributed Open Research And Education , Australia

Expertise:
Cognitive neuroscience, Psychology, Metascience, Peer review, Open access, Collective action, Community building

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David Selassie Opoku


Hellofresh , Germany

Expertise:
Data literacy, Resource-constrained environments

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Delphine Lariviere

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@ddlariviere

Penn State University , United States

Expertise:
Genomics, Epigenetics, Galaxy

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Sam Haynes

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@youvegotmyname

University of Edinburgh , Scotland

Expertise:
Transcriptomics, Bioinformatics, Open source, R Package Development, Reproducibility

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Simon Duerr

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@simonduerr

Epfl , Switzerland

Expertise:
Computational Chemistry, Biochemistry, Protein Design, Deep Learning

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Emily Lescak

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@elescak

Code For Science And Society , United States

Expertise:
Community building, Communication, Diversity, Inclusion, Event planning, Leadership, Research methods, Teaching

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Emma Karoune

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@ekaroune

The Alan Turing Institute , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Environmental Archaeology, Palaeoecology, FAIR, Collaborative working, Open workflows, Reproducibility

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Emma Lawrence

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@emmaj22

Ucl , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Biobanking

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Esther Plomp

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@PhDToothFAIRy

Delft University Of Technology - Faculty Of Applied Sciences , The Netherlands

Expertise:
Open protocols, Open data, Research data management, FAIR, Archaeology, Bioanthropology, Isotopes, Osteology

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Edward Wallace

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@ewjwallace

School Of Biological Sciences, The University Of Edinburgh , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Gene expression, Rna, Yeast & fungi, Bioinformatics, Open science, Data literacy, Balancing open science with the rest of your career

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Fotis Psomopoulos

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@fopsom

Institute Of Applied Biosciences, Centre For Research And Technology Hellas , Greece

Expertise:
Bioinformatics, Machine learning, Training, Open Science

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Gracielle Higino

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@graciellehigino

University Of British Columbia , Canada

Expertise:
Reproducibility, Open data, Data management, Collaboration, Data synthesis, Science communication, Ecology, Biodiversity

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Hao Ye

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@Hao_and_Y

University Of Florida , United States

Expertise:
Ecology, Health sciences, R, Git and github, Version control, Time series analysis, Research reproducibility, Community management, Ally skills training

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Irene Ramos Pérez

Pronouns: she / her

National Commission For The Knowledge And Use Of Biodiversity (Conabio) , Mexico

Expertise:
Open data, Data management, Agrobiodiversity, Sustainability science, Inter and transdisciplinary research

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Iratxe Puebla

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@IratxePuebla

Asapbio , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Preprints, Science communication, Publishing, Peer review, Community engagement, Research integrity

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Julien Colomb

Pronouns: he/his
@j_colomb

Hu Berlin , Germany

Expertise:
Research data management, Open science, Scholarly communication, Neurosciences, Reproducible reports

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Jessica Scheick

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@jessicascheick

University Of New Hampshire , United States

Expertise:
Python, Github, Glaciology, Remote sensing, Icebergs, Climate change, Icesat-2, Icepyx, Hackweeks

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Jennifer Miller


United States

Expertise:
Logic models for program planning and evaluation, Teaching open science: an open syllabus from open education for a better world (oe4bw), Creating and using open educational resources: the 5rs

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Joyce Kao

Pronouns: she/her
@joyceykao

Open Innovation In Life Sciences Association , Switzerland

Expertise:
Web applications, App/software development, Conference organization, Virtual events, Community building, Evolutionary biology, Computational biology

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Kate Hertweck

Pronouns: perceived pronouns (anything works)
@k8hert

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative , United States

Expertise:
Open science, reproducible computational methods, training, community building, cancer biology, genomics, evolutionary biology

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Lena Karvovskaya

Pronouns: she, her
@LangData

Vu Amsterdam , The Netherlands

Expertise:
Linguistics, Language documentation, Typology, Semantics, Research data management

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Katharina Kloppenborg

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@k_kloppenborg

Center For Research & Interdisciplinarity (Cri) , France

Expertise:
User experience, User-centered/participatory design, Citizen science, Peer production, Illustration

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Kaitlin Stack Whitney

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@kstackwhitney

Rochester Institute Of Technology , United States

Expertise:
Accessibility, Ableism, Openness without extraction

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Laura Carter

Pronouns: she/her
@LauraC_rter

University Of Essex , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Human rights, Data usage in the public sector, Gender and stereotyping, Feminist and queer approaches to tech and data, Ethical and reflexive research methodologies, Equality, Anti-discrimination and justice

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Lilly Winfree

Pronouns: she/her
@lilscientista

Open Knowledge Foundation , United States

Expertise:
Project management, Open source, Open data, Open science, Data management, Project communications, Giving presentations, Writing documentation, Working with a distributed team, Neuroscience

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Markus Konkol

@MarkusKonkol

University Of Twente, Itc , The Netherlands

Expertise:
Open science, reproducibility

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Meag Doherty

Pronouns: she/her
@emdohh

United States

Expertise:
Product strategy, Go to market, User research

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Himanshu Garg

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@_mercurybuddy

Prepladder (Unacademy) , India

Expertise:
Machine learning, Open source, Software compliance, System design, Data patterns, User behaviour patterns, Python, Git

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Alexander Martínez Méndez

@mxrtinez

La-Conga Physics - Universidad Industrial De Santander (Colombia) , Colombia

Expertise:
Science reproducibility

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Naomi Penfold

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@npscience

Science Practice, Uk , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Grantsmaking, Design thinking, Participatory research, Community building

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Giuseppe Profiti

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@GProfiti

Biodec S.R.L. , Italy

Expertise:
Bioinformatics, Software development, Devops, Teaching, Community, Wiki*, Databases, Carpentries, Research software, Reproducible science;

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Sara El-Gebali

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@yalahowy

Opencider , Sweden

Expertise:
Research data management, Open science, Fair principles, Computational inclusion, Digital equity, Life science, Curation

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Stephen Klusza

Pronouns: he/him/his
@codebiologist

Clayton State University , United States

Expertise:
Life sciences, Genetics, Synthetic biology, Accessibility

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Julieta Arancio

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@cassandreces

University Of Bath & Drexel University , United Kingdom

Expertise:
Open science hardware, Sti policy, Open educational resources

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Dave Clements

Pronouns: he/him
@tnabtaf

Galaxy Project, Johns Hopkins University , United States

Expertise:
Community outreach, Training, Imposter Syndrome, Data analysis and integration

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Renato Alves

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European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) , Germany

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Full-stack developer, Computational Training, Reproducibility, Computational biology, Metagenomics, Meta-transcriptomics

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