Annual Meeting of the FABBS Council of Representatives

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8:30 amBreakfast
9:00 amWelcome and Introductions
Philip Rubin, FABBS President
9:15 amMeet and Greet
9:30 amUnderstanding the Role of Evidence Across the Federal Government
Diana Epstein, Evidence Team Lead, Office of Management and Budget
Erica Zielewski, Senior Evidence Analyst, Office of Management and Budget
Vivian Tseng, FABBS Secretary
10:15 amFABBS Business Meeting
Janet Frick, FABBS Board Member
10:30 amConversation with Office of Science and Technology Policy Director
Arati Prabhakar, Director and Assistant to the President for Science and Technology
Philip Rubin, FABBS President
11:30 amFABBS Awards
Robert Sellers, FABBS Board Member
12:00 pmFABBS President Panel: Past, Present, and Future
Roxane Cohen Silver, FABBS Past President
Philip Rubin, FABBS President
Jeff Zacks, FABBS President-elect
12:30 pmLunch
1:15 pmFABBS 2023 Highlights
Juliane Baron, FABBS Executive Director
1:30 pmAligning Efforts to Advance Open Science
Alan Tomkins, Deputy Director, Division of Social and Economic Sciences, National Science Foundation, Public Access and Open Science
Michael Dougherty, Department of Psychology Chair, University of Maryland, Aligning Incentives with Institutional Values
Camille Gamboa, Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Director, SAGE Publishing
Jeff Zacks, FABBS President-elect
2:30 pmBreak
2:45 pmARPA-H: Accelerating Better Health Outcomes for All
Craig Gravitz, Project Accelerator, Transition Innovation Office
Jennifer Roberts, Mission Office, Resilient Systems
Adriana Galván, FABBS Vice President-elect
3:45 pmWrap Up
Jeff Zacks, FABBS President-elect
4:00 pmMeeting Concludes

With thanks to SAGE Publishing and the American Psychological Association for sponsoring the FABBS Annual Meeting.

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FABBS is delighted to host an in-person event this year. We recognize that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to present some level of risk. For your safety and ours, we have taken several steps and outlined the following protocols to minimize risk of transmission:

• Request that individuals be fully boosted before attending
• Encourage you to take an antigen test before coming
• Recommend wearing a mask when not eating