We’re thrilled to announce the speakers for the July 21 #FeedbackASAP meeting! These individuals will discuss why public preprint feedback is needed and what institutions and societies are doing to support it in two plenary sessions at the beginning of the meeting.
|Time in UTC (duration)||Title||Description|
|15:00 (5’)||Welcome||Kickoff and announcements|
|15:05 (30’)||Why preprint feedback?||Researchers from a variety of career stages and disciplines will discuss the benefits of creating a culture of open feedback on preprints.|
Keith R. Yamamoto, Vice Chancellor for Science Policy and Strategy, UCSF (Moderator)
Amanda Haage, Assistant Professor, UND
Prachee Avasthi, Associate Professor, Dartmouth
Christopher Jackson, Professor, U of Manchester
|15:35 (25’)||Institutional support for preprint feedback||Leaders of programs supporting preprint review at institutions & societies will discuss their motivations, experiences, and provide advice on how to get involved.|
Anna Hatch, Program Director, DORA (Moderator)
Michael Lacy, Curation Manager, ASCB
Fabio Palmieri, Postdoctoral researcher, University of Neuchâtel
James Fraser, Professor, UCSF
Helen Robertson, preLights Community Manager, Company of Biologists
These presentations will be followed by interactive breakout sessions. Additional details, including the full agenda and link to register, can be found on the #FeedbackASAP meeting page.