Oxford Reproducibility School

Image credit: Ana Todorovic

The ‘reproducibility crisis’ has illustrated deep-seated problems with the way research is conducted. In 2017, Professor Dorothy Bishop, Dr. Ana Todorovic, Dr. Verena Heise and I therefore organised the first Oxford Reproducibility School, a workshop that consists of seminars on practical ways to make research more reproducible and of networking opportunities to connect reproducibility-focussed researchers. The Oxford Reproducibility School is now a yearly meeting.

The talks from this first Oxford Reproducibility School can be found on Oxford Podcasts and Apple Podcasts.

This event has been blogged about on the Software Sustainability Institute page and on NeuroAnaTody. Find out more about reproducible research on Professor Dorothy Bishop’s blog.

Dr. Caroline Nettekoven
Dr. Caroline Nettekoven
Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Cambridge

I am interested in the neural basis of human behaviour. To study this, I use neuroimaging techniques, computational modelling of behaviour and brain stimulation.

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