Open Science Award
The Organization for Human Brain Mapping Open Science Award recognizes an individual or team’s sustained and impactful efforts in the area of open science.
- The applicant(s) must have demonstrated leadership in the promotion of open science to advance research in neuroscience, neurology, psychology or any other discipline found within OHBM community. Examples include but are not limited to efforts in: open data, open software, educational resources, hackathon activities, open research data, open publishing. or any initiative that promotes collaboration.
- Open science efforts can include individual or collaborative team efforts.
- All applicants must be OHBM members in good standing.
Nominations may be made by any individual who is a member of the OHBM. Self-nomination is encouraged. The process for nomination is as follows:
- Clearly identify the nominator and the applicant (individual or team).
- Provide a brief statement (1000 words or less) articulating how the efforts of the applicants fostered open science in the OHBM community.
NOTE: Nominations that are not formatted correctly, contain incorrect documents, or are missing required documents will not be considered.
Please submit your nomination here by Friday, October 30, 2020.
The OHBM Awards Committee is charged with reviewing all nominations and formulating a recommendation for Council’s review and final selection of the Open Science Award recipient. Final selections are based on a consensus of the entire Awards Committee and are sent to the OHBM Council for final approval. The award recipient will be notified in April 2021.
A cash award of $2,500 will be presented to the individual or divided among the members of the team. When the applicant is a team, there must be one individual in the team identified as the lead, with whom correspondence can take place. The award money will be delivered to the lead and they will be responsible for distribution to the individual team members. The award recipient will be announced at the Opening Ceremonies at the Annual Meeting. The recipient must be in attendance in order to receive the award. The awardee will be provided with the opportunity to make brief remarks as they receive the award. In addition, the individual or team will receive an opportunity to present their open science collaboration results.
Questions? Please direct them to the OHBM Executive Office at firstname.lastname@example.org