Cores: At the Forefront of Rigor and Reproducibility

MAD SSCi 2018 Baltimore, MD - June 18-20, 2018
hosted by the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

And there's more - The Business Skills Workshop is Back!

Business Skills Workshop for Core Directors, Managers & Administrators
June 20-22, 2018 Hosted by the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Opening Reception Monday June 18, 2018 At the Historic 19th Century George Peabody Library
background image by Matthew Petroff - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link

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Keynote Speaker: Tim Errington
Metascience Manager, Center for Open Science
“Reproducibility Through the Practice of Open Science”

Co-author of Reproducibility in cancer biology: Making sense of Replications Reproducibility Through the Practice of Open Science

Closing Conference Speaker: Loyal Goff, Ph.D
Assistant Professor of Neuroscience
McKusick-Nathans Institute of Genetic Medicine
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

“Rigor & Reproducibility in the Context of the Single Cell”

Opening Reception Speaker: Paul Reed Smith
PRS Guitars Premier Guitar Manufacturer
“What Core Facilities Can Learn from the Manufacture of Fine Musical Instruments”

Business Skills for Core Directors, Managers & Administrators
held after the meeting from June 20 - 22, 2018

This 2-day workshop will cover the necessary business skills for core personnel to effectively improve their core’s operation:

  • Deepen essential business and financial acumen
  • Sharpen ability to use financial data in business decision making
  • Establishing service pricing
  • Strategic decision Making and Marketing
  • Creating a high performing and customer oriented core facility
  • Strategic thinking and Analysis
  • More information here

Instructors

Mary Margaret Frank, PhD, Associate Professor of Business Administration; Director, Institute for Business in Society; Darden School of Business, University of Virginia

​Rajkumar Venkatesan, PhD, Bank of America Research Professor of Business Administration, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia

To learn more about this exciting opportunity click here or contact the MAD SSCi Planning Committee: oc@madssci.abrf.org

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