Supporting an emerging culture of preprinting in the life sciences

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Supporting an emerging culture of preprinting in the life sciences

Supporting an emerging culture of preprinting in the life sciences

Jessica Polka, ASAPbio.

Supporting an emerging culture of preprinting in the life sciences

Lecture length: 38:20
Uploaded: 11/05/2018

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Jessica Polka discusses the emerging culture of preprinting in the life sciences since 2013.

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About the speaker:

Jessica Polka, PhD is a visiting scholar at the Whitehead Institute and director of ASAPbio, a biologist-driven project to promote the productive use of preprints in the life sciences. She performed postdoctoral research in the department of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School following a PhD in Biochemistry from UCSF. She also serves as president of the board of directors of Future of Research, a steering committee member of Rescuing Biomedical Research, a member of the NAS Next Generation Researchers Initiative, and a member of ASCB's public policy committee.