“The Turing Way: Reproducible, Inclusive and Collaborative Science”

Join us Friday Feb 12th at 9:00 AM for a conversation with  Dr. Kirstie Whitaker, Allan Turing Institute, London.  She is lead developer of  The Turing Way, an openly developed educational resource to enable more reproducible data science at the Allan Turing Institute, London. Dr. Whitaker is a passionate advocate for making science “open for all” by promoting equity and inclusion for people from diverse backgrounds.  The driving principle of her research is to improve the lives of neurodivergent people with mental health conditions, using MRI and other tools to study child and adolescent brain development.  

Kristie Whitaker
Dr. Kirstie Whitaker, Allan Turing Institute, London

The Rigor and Reproducibility Seminar Series is jointly hosted by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) through T32 NS082128 directed by Dawn Bowers, PhD. (College of PHHP), and David Vaillancourt (College of HHP) and the UF Health Science Libraries.   To register and see upcoming speakers, go to this website: https://uf-repro.github.io/movementdisorders-seminar/.