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Digital Science APAC Showcase 2021: Ripeta session
"Trust in Your Research - Trust in Your Institution:
Ripeta Quality Checks for Reproducibility and Professionalism" - presented by Leslie McIntosh, CEO and Founder, Ripeta

Overview:
Research integrity and good scientific practices are critical for faculty that work within academic institutions. In this talk we will discuss how institutions can use new machine learning and NLP tools to meet and track funder and journal reporting requirements, saving compliance-checking time while assessing the overall quality of science published on their campuses in comparison to other institutions.

Academic institutions rely on rigorous, impactful, and trustworthy science to bolster their reputation in high quality research, and create partnerships that lead to more funding for future projects. At ripeta, we offer solutions in saving time, saving money, and setting up your institutions to pursue even greater goals.

As an established scientist turned entrepreneur with prior publications and a global presence within the scientific data community, the CEO and founder of Ripeta, Leslie McIntosh, has dedicated her work to improving science.

Jun 24, 2021 11:00 AM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Speakers

Leslie McIntosh
CEO & Founder @Ripeta
Dr. Leslie McIntosh, PhD, MPH is the founder and CEO who is an internationally known consultant, speaker, and researcher passionate about mentoring the next generation of data scientists. She is active in the Research Data Alliance, grew the St. Louis Machine Learning and Data Science Meetup to over 1500 participants, and was a fellow with a San Francisco based VC firm. She recently concluded as the Director of Center for Biomedical Informatics (CBMI) at Washington University in St. Louis where she led a dynamic team of 25 individuals facilitating biomedical informatics services. Dr. McIntosh has a focus of assessing and improving the full research cycle (data collection, management, sharing, discoverability) and making the research process reproducible. She holds a Masters and PhD in Public Health with concentrations in Biostatistics and Epidemiology from Saint Louis University.