Webinar | BNA Credibility | 20 May 2020

BNA Event - 20th May 2020

The need for robust research is more important than ever. How much do you know or understand about credible, open, and reproducible scientific practices?


Wednesday 20 May 2020
10:00 - 11:00

Open and reproducible science initiatives are being introduced by the scientific community to increase the transparency and reproducibility of research, and the British Neuroscience Association (BNA) is working to ensure that neuroscience research is as robust, reliable, replicable, and reproducible as possible; in short, to ensure the credibility of neuroscience.

This webinar will be an introduction to the BNA's credibility in neuroscience project with a focus on how it is relevant for in vivo studies, and how we can improve current practice to produce more robust science.

Speaker: Professor Anthony Isles is a Professor of Molecular and Behavioural Neuroscience at Cardiff University. The Isles group are a multi-disciplined neuroscience group interested in the effects of epigenetics in brain development and behaviour. Anthony is a BNA trustee overseeing our BNA Communications, an Editorial Board member for our sister journal Brain and Neuroscience Advances and is the in vivo representative on the BNA credibility in neuroscience advisory board. Anthony is a champion of the use of open, reproducible and replicable neuroscience practices.

This webinar is hosted by the ABPI on behalf of BNA and is open to all industry professionals.

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