Sharing More Neuroscience Data

A recent publication describes a new data access policy model, which could help CONP partners share data broadly with scientific and healthcare communities. S.O.M. Dyke et al. Registered Access: Authorizing Data Access. European Journal of Human Genetics, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41431-018-0219-y. Lead author, Dr. Stephanie Dyke, is an ethics & policy researcher at McGill’s Montreal Neurological Institute and

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Research Scholar Program

Research Scholar Program Funding agencies, publishers and institutions increasingly require researchers to apply Open Science practices in order to more effectively address societal concerns and priorities. The Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform (CONP) is proud to offer a unique scholarship opportunity for graduate level and post-doctoral researchers who want to influence the future of open science

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Government of Canada and Brain Canada announce a $10M grant

The government of Canada and Brain Canada announce a $10-million grant to establish a platform that will help researchers share data more widely and efficiently. Read the full article inside.

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Day 1 – Dinner speech from Alan Evans

At the end of Day 1, Alan Evans had a chance to address the attendees of the CONP Plenary meeting during Dinner. The following is a transcript of his speech.

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CONP coverage on CTV

CTV has published an article and video of the CONP and its future goals. Find out more on the CTV News website (link inside).

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The Neuro joins neuroscience data sharing partnership

The NEURO has published an article about the formation of the CONP and its impact on neuroscience. Read the full article on the NEURO website (link inside).

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CONP Plenary Meeting Agenda – Feb 20

This is the agenda for the CONP Plenary Meeting – Day 2. See it online or download the PDF

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CONP Plenary Meeting Agenda – Feb 19

This is the agenda for the CONP Plenary Meeting – Day 1. See it online or download the PDF

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CONP Plenary Meeting

We are pleased announce the Plenary Meeting of the Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform (CONP). This 2 day event held on February 19th and 20th will cover topics such as Infrastucture, Training, and Governance.

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