Open Science SIG

The OHBM Open Science SIG mission is to advance neuroimaging research by fostering the open sharing of ideas, data, and tools between members of the OHBM community. This will be accomplished by organizing educational events, supporting collaborative initiatives, and providing mentorship to junior researchers. In our first year, the SIG will focus on three contributions to the OHBM annual meeting: 1) organize a Hackathon to precede the annual meeting, 2) introduce the tools of open science by proposing a “Brainhacking 101” educational course, and 3) propose hands-on tutorials and collaborative Open Science projects during the OHBM conference.

OHBM Open Science Special Interest Group Hackathon
Twitter: @OhbmOpen


OHBM Open Science Special Interest Group Officers

Chair: Aki Nikolaidis    
Child Mind Institute

Secretary: Katie Bottenhorn            
Florida International University, Department of Psychology

Treasurer: Tristan Glatard
Concordia University, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering

Open Science Room Organizer: Cassandra Gould van Praag   
University of Oxford, Department of Psychiatry

Open Science Room Organizer: Stephan Heunis
Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of Electrical Engineering

Hackathon Co-Chair: Elizabeth Levitis
Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University

Hackathon Co-Chair: Remi Gau       
Universite Catholique de Louvain

Past Chair: Camille Maumet
Inria, Univ Rennes, CNRS, Inserm

Past Secretary: Ana Van Gulick 
Carnegie Mellon University, University Libraries, Department of Psychology

Past Treasurer: Eugene Duff    
University of Oxford, Department of Pediatrics

Council Liaison: Pierre Bellec
Centre de recherche de l'institut de gériatrie de Montréal

2019 Hackathon Organizers:

Roberto Toro

Institut Pasteur & CRI Paris

Katja Heuer
Institut Pasteur & Max Planck Institute

2019 Open Science Room Organizer:

Tim Van Mourik
Donders Institute