Research Reproducibility Conference and Lectures

Overview

The Research Reproducibility Conference hosts internationally-known guest speakers, featuring panelists, a poster session, networking and more. This is a unique opportunity to engage in the dynamic, rapidly-evolving conversation around reproducibility so that they may be leaders in efforts to increase reproducibility on their campuses. Read about our 2018 speakers and panelists.

The Eccles Health Sciences Library, in collaboration with the Department of Philosophy at the U, also offers a four-day short course prior to the conference to examine fundamental core issues of research reproducibility and practical application of different tools and resource to improve research work flow. Media in this collection include the Research Reproducibility Grand Rounds, a weekly lecture series featuring an expert who highlights one component of research integrity.

Conference Videos

2018 Conference Video

[#] Video Title Participant(s)
1 2018 Research Reproducibility conference keynotes and panel discussions
2 Keynote #1: Victoria Stodden
3 Panel #1: What Universities Do (and Don’t Do) to Influence (or not) Research Reproducibility Victoria Stodden (Moderator), Tom Parks, Randolph Hall, Brian Avery
4 Panel #2: Research Integrity and Journal Publishing Mollie Cummins (Moderator), Justin Cherny, Eric Eide, John Ryan
5 Panel #3: How to Call Out Non-Reproducible Research Scott Aberegg (Moderator), Ed Dudek, Hilda Bastian, Ivan Oransky
6 Keynote #2: Ivan Oransky

2016 Conference Video

[#] Video Title Participant(s)
1 Video #1: Research Reproducibility Conference 2016 opening Remarks: Melissa Rethlefsen (Utah) and Andy Weyrich (Utah)
2 Video #2: Research Reproducibility Conference 2016, Priscilla M. Mayden Lecture: Hilda Bastian (NIH), Introduced by Melissa Rethlefsen
3 Video #3: Federal Agencies Presentations: Lisa Meier McShane, Ph.D. and Kathy Partin, Introduced by Thomas N. Parks, Ph.D.
Panel Discussion: Thomas Parks, Lisa McShane, and Kathy Partin
4 Video #4: Biomedical research can be reproduced when it is completely and transparently reported: can reporting guidelines help? Featured Speaker: David Moher (OHRI), Introduced by Melissa Rethlefsen
5 Video #5: How Can Universities Help Make More Published Research True / Reproducible? Snyder Lecturer: John Ioannidis, Introduced by Jean Shipman
6 Video #6: Research Reproducibility Conference 2016 Poster Awards Presented by Melissa Rethlefsen
7 Video #7: Q&A session with John Ioannidis (Stanford)

Catalog

Research Reproducibility, All Collections
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1 Streamlining Study Design and Statistical Analysis 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
2 An Infrastructure for Reproducible Exposomic Research 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
3 A Conceptual Architecture for Reproducible On-demand Data Integration for Complex Diseases 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
4 CCTS Biomedical Informatics Core Research Data Service 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
5 Improving Clinical Trial Cohort Definition Criteria and Enrollment with Distributional Semantic Matching 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
6 Assessing Data Practices at the University of Utah 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
7 Development of a Provider Feedback SSIS Dashboard Using SAS Analytic Modules Specifically Designed for Transparent and Reusable Workflows Using Veteran Affairs Healthcare Data 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
8 A Low-cost, Low-barrier Clinical Trials Registry to Support Effective Recruitment 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
9 Making Systematic Reviews Reproducible: Include a Librarian on the Team 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
10 Librarians' Recommendations to Improve Search Strategies in Cochrane Systematic Review Protocols 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
11 Metadata Discovery and Integration to Support Reproducible Research using the Open Further Platform 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
12 Reproducibility & the Prevention of Bias: Before, During & After Research (Mayden Lecture) 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
13 Research Reproducibility 2016 - Speakers 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
14 Research Reproducibility 2016: David Moher 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
15 Research Reproducibility 2016: Federal Agencies Presentations Panel 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
16 Research Reproducibility 2016: John Ioannidis Q&A 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
17 Research Reproducibility 2016: Mayden Lecture by Hilda Bastian 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
18 Research Reproducibility 2016: Snyder Lecture by John Ioannidis 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
19 Research Reproducibility 2016: Opening Remarks 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
20 Research Reproducibility 2016: Poster Awards 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
21 Research Reproducibility 2016 - H. Bastian Award Photo - 1 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
22 Research Reproducibility 2016 - H. Bastian Award Photo - 2 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
23 Research Reproducibility 2016 - D. Moher Photo 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
24 Research Reproducibility 2016 - Audience Photo 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures
25 Research Reproducibility 2016 - Group Photo - 2 2016 2016 Research Reproducibility Conference & Lectures

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Organizations

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