APS Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology

Changing Research Practice: How Can I Make My Research More Reproducible

Symposium — Tuesday, April 5, 2022 — 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM — Convention Center, Room Ballroom A
Experimental Biology Symposium Series — Chair: Tracey Lynn Weissgerber

This session will focus on concrete steps that biomedical researchers can take to implement more reproducible research practices in their laboratories. These include using RRIDs to identify key reagents, creating and sharing reproducible protocols that can be used by others, and using guidelines and automated screening tools to enhance experimental rigor and improve reporting. Attendees will learn to recognize and fix common errors in data visualization and statistical reporting. Additional topics may include implementing reproducible data management and analysis practices and using pre-print journal clubs to teach rigorous peer review practices. Presenters will highlight tools and resources designed to assist researchers in implementing better practices. After attending the symposium, researchers should have a clear understanding of steps that they can immediately take to improve transparency and rigor in their next grant, research project, or paper. Note: This symposium was originally scheduled for EB 2020 and co-sponsored by APS and ASBMB, however the conference was cancelled due to the pandemic.

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