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Thursday, June 18 • 11:00am - 11:45am
Synergizing Scientific Transparency: A Crash Course from National Academy of Sciences Discussions

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Summary
Despite best efforts, scientific reproducibility remains low and contributes to the ultimate failure of many clinical candidates. The National Academy of Science has placed a particular focus on combatting this, producing three reports on the topic in as many years.  The most recent, "Reproducibility and Replicability in Science," was the subject of a working discussion designed to generate a consistent set of minimum standards. In this session, delegates from this recent work group will provide a crash course of the discussions, focused on what medical publishing professionals need to know. Open discussion will follow to encourage member perspective.
This session qualifies for ISMPP CMPP credit
This session qualifies for pharmacy CE credit

Learning objectives:
  • Generate research products that fit minimum standards frameworks on the horizon
  • Synergize efforts to achieve scientific transparency by providing the industry/medical communications point of view in open discussions
  • Predict research and manuscript preparation strategies necessary for addressing upcoming initiatives in scientific transparency

Speakers
avatar for David Mellor

David Mellor

Director of Policy Initiatives, Center for Open Science
David Mellor leads the policy and incentive programs at the Center for Open Science in order to reward increased transparency and reduced bias in scientific research. These include policies for publishers and funders in the Transparency and Openness Promotion Guidelines (TOP: cos... Read More →
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Leslie McIntosh

CEO, Ripeta. Executive Director at the Research Data Alliance
Dr. Leslie McIntosh, PhD, MPH currently serves in two positions. She is the inaugural Executive Director for the Research Data Alliance – US (RDA-US), which is part of a global organization developing recommendations for data sharing and interoperability. She is also the founder... Read More →

Moderators
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Richard W Davis IV

Associate Editor, Molecular Cancer Therapeutics, American Association for Cancer Research
Richard Davis serves as the Associate Editor for Molecular Cancer Therapeutics at the American Association for Cancer Research. During his time at the journal, he implemented the new “First Disclosure” article type to promote the translation of clinical candidates in oncology... Read More →


Thursday June 18, 2020 11:00am - 11:45am EDT