9th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing

Supporting an emerging culture of preprinting in the life sciences

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Speakers: Jessica Polka, ASAPbio.

Jessica Polka discusses the emerging culture of preprinting in the life sciences since 2013.

Find her slides here.

About the speaker:

Jessica Polka, PhD is a visiting scholar at the Whitehead Institute and director of ASAPbio, a biologist-driven project to promote the productive use of preprints in the life sciences. She performed postdoctoral research in the department of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School following a PhD in Biochemistry from UCSF. She also serves as president of the board of directors of Future of Research, a steering committee member of Rescuing Biomedical Research, a member of the NAS Next Generation Researchers Initiative, and a member of ASCB's public policy committee.