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TWCF Open Science Webinar Series: Pre-registering papers in the wild
Join us as we talk to a few project directors of TWCF grants about their experience preregistering their research.

About this webinar series:
This webinar series will focus on helping the Foundation's partners, grantees, and potential applicants to benefit from best practices in open science. We have carefully curated an Open Science webinar series which will cover topics from why open scholarship is important from the Foundation’s perspective (and what we are doing about it) to practical overview sessions on getting started to hearing from your peers on what steps they are taking to make their science open. We believe open science leads to better science and hope that you can join us through this journey.

Nov 11, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Biyu Jade He
Investigator and Assistant Professor @New York University Langone Health
Biyu received her Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Washington University in St. Louis. Prior to joining NYU, she led her own independent research group in the intramural research program of the NIH/NINDS, with an intramural equivalent of the NIH Director’s Early Independence Award. Her laboratory uses a combination of invasive and non-invasive multimodal human brain imaging, brain stimulation, and computational approaches to investigate the neural mechanisms of perceptual processing in the human brain. She has also made original contributions to understanding the organization, mechanisms and functional roles of spontaneous brain activity and aperiodic brain activity. She has received a Society for Neuroscience Trubatch Career Development Award, an NSF CAREER Award, and a Klingenstein-Simons Fellowship Award among other awards.
Liad Mudrik
Professor @Tel Aviv University
Prof. Liad Mudrik is a researcher at the school of psychological sciences and Sagol school of neuroscience at the Tel Aviv University (TAU). Mudrik holds two Ph.D. degrees: one in cognitive neuroscience and another in philosophy. She conducted her postdoctoral fellowship at the California Institute of Technology, in Christof Koch's lab. Her lab at TAU research focuses on conscious experience – asking first if it plays a functional role in thinking and behavior, second – how it is affected by our semantic knowledge and expectations, and third - how it comes about, or what are the neural mechanisms underlying it. She is also a member of the Young Israeli Academy of Sciences and a CIFAR Tanenbaum Fellow in the Brain, Mind, and Consciousness program.