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Data Standards for Behavioral and Brain Sciences Webinar Series

Federal funders require data sharing with increasing attention to discoverability. Beyond compliance, there are numerous compelling reasons to share data in a way that facilitate increased searchability, effectiveness and rigor of science. This webinar series is designed to educate FABBS members on the expectation of funders, the opportunities afforded by sharing, examples of effective databases/repositories and clear steps forward to advance individual efforts and interoperability of data. 


Data Standards for Behavioral and Brain Sciences: Opportunities for Researchers and Research 
Thursday, November 5 at 12:00 pm ET

  • Chair: Shelley Stall, American Geophysical Union
  • Maryann Martone, University of California San Diego
  • Adam Ferguson, University of California, San Francisco

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Data Standards for Behavioral and Brain Sciences: Strong Examples 
Tuesday, November 10 at 2:00 pm ET

  • Karen Adolph, New York University – Databrary 
  • Russell Poldrack, Stanford University – BIDS and OpenNeuro
  • Michael C. Frank, Stanford University – The Wordbank Project

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Data Standards for Behavioral and Brain Sciences: Next Steps 
Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at 12:00 pm ET

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Past sessions:

Data Standards for Behavioral and Brain Sciences: Federal Policies and Practices 
Wednesday, October 21 at 12:00 pm ET

  • Chair: Nora S. Newcombe, Temple University
  • Arthur “Skip” Lupia, Assistant Director of the Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences Directorate at the National Science Foundation
  • Jerry Sheehan, Deputy Director, National Library of Medicine
    Co-chairs of the Office of Science and Technology Policy’s Subcommittee on Open Science

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