Posts by Sam Wilairat
2023: The Year of Open Science
by Sam Wilairat on February 20, 2023 9:00 amThe White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) announced 2023 as the year of open science! They also shared an official definition of open science, which all federal agencies will use: The principle and practice of making research products and processes available to all, while respecting diverse cultures, maintaining security and privacy, and… Read more 2023: The Year of Open Science
6 ways to Celebrate Love Data Week 2023
by Sam Wilairat on February 13, 2023 9:00 amFebruary 13-17, 2023, marks the annual international celebration of Love Data Week! This year’s theme is “Data: Agent of Change,” focusing on inspiring significant change through data, whether large or small, ranging from policy change, structural change, and social change! Let’s help new and seasoned data users find data training and resources to move the… Read more 6 ways to Celebrate Love Data Week 2023
Preprints Are Now in PubMed
by Sam Wilairat on January 13, 2023 9:00 amThe NIH Preprint Pilot, which aims to expand access to NIH-funded research by increasing the discoverability of preprints, entered its second phase on January 1, 2023. Read on to find out what this means for the Stanford Medicine community. What is It? Starting January 2023, phase two of the NIH Preprint Pilot begins. All preprints… Read more Preprints Are Now in PubMed
Public Domain Day 2023
by Sam Wilairat on January 1, 2023 9:00 amJanuary 1st, 2023, is Public Domain Day. Copyright laws vary by country, but in the United States, works registered or first published in the U.S. in 1927 enter the public domain on January 1st, 2023! The Public Domain and You Did you know that copyright can expire? When the copyright of a work expires, the… Read more Public Domain Day 2023
Open Science with Preprints
by Sam Wilairat on October 31, 2022 9:00 amAn interview with Dr. Maya Mathur, Assistant Professor at Stanford University’s Quantitative Sciences Unit and the Department of Pediatrics. Associate Director of Stanford Data Science’s Center for Open and REproducible Science (SDS-CORES). Did you know that posting preprints is one method of contributing to the open access movement? We sat down with Dr. Mathur to… Read more Open Science with Preprints
It’s Open Access Week!
by Amanda Woodward on October 24, 2022 9:00 amThis week marks International Open Access Week, celebrated from October 24-30. The theme for 2022 is “Open for Climate Justice.” According to SPARC, the organization behind OA week, Climate Justice: … is an explicit acknowledgment that the climate crisis has far-reaching effects, and the impacts are “not be[ing] borne equally or fairly, between rich and… Read more It’s Open Access Week!
Introducing the 2022 Research Impact Challenge Winners!
by Sam Wilairat on October 4, 2022 11:42 amPlease join us in recognizing the five winners of the 2022 Research Impact Challenge! Missed the challenge this year? You can continue to take advantage of the 2022 challenges via the Research Impact Challenge webpage. For more information on the use and assessment of research metrics, please visit the Research Impact Guide. Get to Know… Read more Introducing the 2022 Research Impact Challenge Winners!
Who Looks at your Stanford Profile?
by Amanda Woodward on September 21, 2022 5:24 pmAn interview with Dr. Joseph Forrester, Assistant Professor of Surgery,Department of Surgery, Stanford University (https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8558-6180) We turned to the Stanford Medicine community to find examples of real people using tools to track and promote their online scholarly presence. We sat down with Dr. Forrester to learn how he uses Stanford Profiles to do just that*.… Read more Who Looks at your Stanford Profile?
Exploring Types of Peer Review
by Sam Wilairat on September 19, 2022 9:00 amCelebrating Peer Review Week 2022’s theme, Research Integrity: Creating and supporting trust in research People often say that transparency builds trust. Do you feel that the peer review process is transparent? In the spirit of the Peer Review Week 2022 theme, Research Integrity: Creating and supporting trust in research, let’s peel back the curtain and… Read more Exploring Types of Peer Review
#MedTwitter as a Professional Tool
by Sam Wilairat on September 2, 2022 12:40 pmAn interview with Dr. Michael Gisondi, Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Education, Department of Emergency Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine (@MikeGisondi) In preparation for the 2022 Research Impact Challenge, we turned to the Stanford Medicine community to find examples of real people using tools to track and promote their online scholarly presence. We… Read more #MedTwitter as a Professional Tool