Open Science Summit 2012


October 19 - 20, 2012

Agenda


Friday, October 19


9:00 am PDT Open Access Publishing: Future of Scientific Peer Review     Watch On-Demand
Tyler Neylon, Juan Pablo Alperin, Richard Price, and Mark Hanhel discuss open-access publishing and, in particular, the future of scientific communication and peer review.
10:30 am PDT Has Open Access Publishing Reached the Tipping Point?     Watch On-Demand
David Jay, William Gunn, and Dan Whaley, Hypothe.sis discuss open-access publishing, and whether it has reached the tipping point.
1:00 pm PDT Crisis of Reproducing Science Research & How to Solve It     Watch On-Demand
Elizabeth Iorns, Science Exchange Reproducibility Initiative, and Joanne Kamens, Addgene, discuss sharing of biological research materials. Jeff Spies, Open Science Framework, and Elizabeth Bartmess and Michael Cohn, Open Science Framework, discuss sharing psychological research.
2:30 pm PDT New Models and Mechanisms for Funding Open Science     Watch On-Demand
Jose-Maria Fernandez and Lindy Fishburne discuss open science and its new models and mechanisms for funding.
3:45 pm PDT How Crowdsourcing Impacts Open Science Funding     Watch On-Demand
Cindy Wu, Denny Luan, Jennifer Shine and Paul Gu talk about open science and how crowdsourcing impacts funding.
4:45 pm PDT Rebo & Rodriguez: Software Tools for Open Biology     Watch On-Demand
Andrew Torrance, Cesar Rodriguez, Justin Rebo, and Alex Peake discuss software tools for open biology.

Saturday, October 20


9:00 am PDT Leveraging Open Science for Rare Diseases     Watch On-Demand
Jimmy Lin of Rare Genomes Institute, Kevin Lustig of Assay Depot, Atul Butte of Stanford, and Hugh Reinhoff of MyDaughtersDNA.org talk about using open science and coalition building to combat rare diseases.
10:45 am PDT Collaborative Innovation in Biopharma Research     Watch On-Demand
Barry Bunin of Collaborative Drug Discovery, Madeline Ball of Personal Genome Project, Mark Hanhel of Digital Science, and Pek Lum of Ayasdi discuss big data, the future of biomedicine and innovation in biopharma research.
1:00 pm PDT Open Hardware and Medical Device Hacking, Part I     Watch On-Demand
In this first of a two-part program, Michael Weinberg, Jordan Miller, Carlo Quinonez, Jordan Miller, and Mahboob Imtiyaz discuss open science hardware and medical-device hacking.
3:00 pm PDT Open Hardware and Medical Device Hacking, Part II     Watch On-Demand
In this second of a two-part program, Todd Duncombe, Beth Kolko, and Jacob Rosen talk about open-science hardware and medical-device hacking.
4:15 pm PDT Patient Empowerment and the Future of Clinical Trials     Watch On-Demand
Allan Black of the Fabrzyme Class Action Suit, Sarah Greene of Cancer Commons, and Eric Valor and Ryan Bethencourt, proponents of "Guerilla" style biotech for ALS, discuss empowering patients and the future of clinical trials.

FROM OPEN SCIENCE SUMMIT 2011:
The Future (the End?) of "Intellectual Property"


About this conference


The Open Science Summit unites researchers, life science industry professionals, students, patients and other stakeholders to discuss the future of collaborative science and innovation.

This, our third year, features in-depth sessions on new models for drug discovery and clinical trials, personal genomics, the patent system, the future of scientific publications, and more.

Please join us in unleashing the full potential of open science to solve the most urgent problems facing humanity.

About Open Science Summit


The Open Science Summit unites researchers, life science industry professionals, students, patients and other stakeholders to discuss the future of collaborative science and innovation.

For more information, visit: www.opensciencesummit.com