Announcing new Catalyst training projects!
We are happy to announce nine new Catalyst projects that were selected as part of our recent Request for Proposals for Catalyst Grants for Advancing Transparent, Reproducible, and Ethical Research! The awards total $10k and will support training and resource development activities spanning five disciplines, nine institutions in seven countries. Learn more about each project in the descriptions below.
This round of Catalyst grants was supported by the National Institutes of Health. We congratulate the award recipients and we look forward to a productive partnership!
- Advancing Transparency and Reproducibility in Constrained Contexts in Public Health — Ahwaz Akhtar (Indus Health Network, Pakistan)
- Developing Content and Training for Transparent, Reproducible, and Ethical Research in Brazil — Raquel Guimaraes (Universidade Federal do Parana, Brazil)
- New Branches of the Student Initiative for Open Science — Maike Dahrendorf (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
- Transparency and Equity in Pre-Doctoral Research — Jun Wong and Dominic Russell (New York University, USA)
- Open Science in Language Research — Esra Ataman, Bilal Kirkici, and Ozan Can Caglar (Middle-East Technical University, Turkey)
- Development of Research Transparency and Reproducibility Curriculum and Training Modules for Debre Markos University — Getachew Kassa (Debre Markos University, Ethiopia)
- Improving Research Transparency and Visibility of Null Findings in Observational Studies of Secondary Data — Jordan Weiss (UC Berkeley, USA)
- Filling in the Gaps: a Workshop to Promote, Improve and Implement Transparency and Reproducibility Tools in Health Economics Research — Andrea Salas Ortiz (University of York, UK)
- Open Science in Agricultural Economics: Promoting Replicability, Reproducibility, and Transparency in Research — Anna Josephson (University of Arizona, USA), Jeff Michler (University of Arizona), and Talip Kilic (the World Bank).