Leverhulme-Bridges and Behavioural Science GRP
Colloquium Series: Scientific Reproducibility
Bridges will host a colloquium series on scientific reproducibility. This series responds to the increasing concerns over the (ir)reproducibility of experimental results across many scientific disciplines.
The colloquium series is open to all and would be especially relevant to those interested in the quality of experimental research, regardless of discipline. It will feature speakers from physics, psychology, pharmacology, statistics, medicine, and meta-research.
Bridges is a doctoral scholarship programme funded by the University of Warwick and the Leverhulme Trust, which aims to 'bridge' the mathematical and social sciences. This colloquium series is supported and funded by the Behavioural Science Global Research Priorities Programme.
|Speaker||Affiliation||Date & Time||Location|
|Prof. Tony Weidberg||Department of Physics, University of Oxford.||11 May, 2PM.||B2.01, Science Concourse.|
|Dr. Daniele Fanelli||Meta-Research Innovation Centre at Stanford, Stanford University.||31 May, 2PM.||R0.3/4, Ramphal Building.|
|Prof. David Colquhoun (FRS, FBPhS)||Department of Neuroscience, Physiology and Pharmacology, University College London.||07 Jun, 2PM.||R0.3/4, Ramphal Building.|
|Prof. Marcus Munafò||School of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol.||14 Jun, 1.30PM.||Wolfson Research Exchange 1 (Library).|
|Prof. Thomas Nichols||Warwick Manufacturing Group & Statistics Department, the University of Warwick.||11 Oct, 2PM.||B1.01, Zeeman Building.
|MRC Biostatistics Unit, University of Cambridge.||25 Oct, 2PM.
||Wolfson Research Exchange 1 (Library).|
School of Public Health, Imperial College London.
|30 Nov, 2PM.||MS.05, Zeeman Building.
Organised by Kenneth Lim
TITLES AND ABSTRACTS
30/11/16. Prof. Deborah Ashby: 'Scientific reproducibility in the regulation of medicines'.
14/06/16. Prof. Marcus Munafò: Reproducibility: Crisis or opportunity?
07/06/16. Prof. David Colquhoun: 'Why haven't statisticians told us about the false positive rate?'
31/05/16. Dr. Daniele Fanelli: 'Is the the file-drawer half empty or half full?'
11/05/16. Prof. Tony Weidberg: 'Reproducibility in Particle Physics and possible applications to other sciences'. Slides here.