Ariel Deardorff, MLIS
Scott Pegg, PhD
Are you in the midst of designing a research study that will require you to collect a lot of data? Are you thinking about working with a vendor to store or process your research data securely? Have you completed a research study and are trying to get your work published in a journal that has data-sharing requirements?
The ability to generate large amounts of scientific data and combine data from multiple sources continues to increase rapidly. All scientists should have the skills to handle large volumes of complex data and utilize data sets in ways that respect intellectual property and privacy concerns.
Learn best practices in data management, strategies, tools, and techniques needed to securely manage your research data throughout a project, and how to comply with funder and journal requirements for data sharing.
Join your colleagues and earn credit toward your NIH Responsible Conduct of Research training.
About the Speakers
Ariel Deardorff is a data services librarian and member of the library’s data science team at UC San Francisco (UCSF). She teaches classes and does research on data management, open pedagogy, and reproducibility in the health sciences. She has a Master’s degree from the University of British Columbia and was a fellow with the NIH before starting at UCSF.
Scott Pegg is the chief information officer and vice president of research infrastructure at Gladstone. His teams manage Gladstone’s state-of-the-art technology, including computational tools and enterprise-business services, as well as Gladstone's research infrastructure, including physical facilities and core recharge units. Pegg is also an adjunct associate professor in the Department of Biopharmaceutical Sciences at UC San Francisco. He joined Gladstone in 2015 with over 10 years of experience in managing information technology and resources in industry. Pegg received a BA in computer science and molecular biology from UC Berkeley and a PhD from UC San Francisco.
Use this template describing Gladstone’s Responsible Conduct of Research program for your grant applications.
Responsible Conduct of Research provides Gladstone’s scientific community opportunities to openly discuss ethical issues in scientific research and complete the requirements of the NIH policy. Courses are held every 2 months and cover a variety of topics on scientific ethics.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
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We want to effect positive change through our events and activities by providing a platform for discussions on important topics related to increasing diversity and inclusiveness in the sciences.