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Sat, Jun 08

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Hilton Hotel Union Square, San Francisco

Data Management and Sharing in Neurotrauma: PRECISE-TBI Tools and Resources

Neurotrauma research, like all of biomedicine, is now in the age of data sharing and big data. This free 2-day workshop will introduce neurotrauma researchers to PRECISE-TBI data science tools, resources and approaches that will enhance your preclinical TBI research and grant applications.

Data Management and Sharing in Neurotrauma: PRECISE-TBI Tools and Resources
Data Management and Sharing in Neurotrauma: PRECISE-TBI Tools and Resources

Time & Location

Jun 08, 2024, 12:00 PM PDT – Jun 09, 2024, 12:00 PM PDT

Hilton Hotel Union Square, San Francisco, 333 O'Farrell St, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA

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About the event

The workshop will consist of didactic and interactive sessions designed to teach how to share data and use data science throughout the research lifecycle. Learn to satisfy new data management and sharing policies, prepare effective data sections for grant proposals, design experiments, and write the “paper of the future”. 

Attendees will learn:

1) How your lab can effectively meet new data management and sharing guidelines (e.g., NIH)

2) To use data science tools and practices to improve your research quality, transparency, and translational impact

3) Approaches to improve rigor and reproducibility of your neurotrauma research

The VA-sponsored workshop is hosted by PRECISE-TBI, PRE-Clinical Interagency reSearch resourcE for TBI, an interagency project to improve transparency, rigor, and reproducibility in preclinical TBI and translation of new therapies.

Pull up a chair, bring your data (or use shared data), and learn how to use PRECISE-TBI resources to enhance your research and grant applications. You will gain new insights into data sharing and management. The workshop is open to all interested neurotrauma researchers. No data science experience is necessary.

Schedule


  • 1 hour

    Welcome Lunch (sold out)

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  • 10 minutes

    Introduction Dr. Stuart Hoffman, Ph.D., Senior Health Science Officer for TBI, Office of Research and Development, VA

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