NWFSC Monster Seminar Jam: Daniella Lowenberg
This seminar is part of the Northwest Fisheries Science Center's Monster Seminar Jam series.
Daniella Lowenberg (University of California Office of the President/Dryad) is presenting a talk, "Open Research Data Publishing @ Dryad." The talk will be moderated by Eric Ward (Northwest Fisheries Science Center).
Research data is increasingly valued as a necessary component of reproducible and open science. Initiatives focused on the usability of data like “FAIR”, coupled with mandates from funders and publishers that require data to be openly accessible, increase the need for a data savvy research workforce. This talk will focus on: understanding the value and need to publish research data, how to prepare data in a usable way that allows for re-use, and how and where to publish data to advance scientific discovery and comply with funder and publisher policies.
Daniella is at the California Digital Library (CDL), a part of the University of California. She is the Dryad Product Manager and provides direction and oversight in UC’s efforts to drive adoption of research data publishing. She is also Principal Investigator for the Sloan Foundation-funded Make Data Count initiative, focused on the development of open research data metrics. Prior to this, Daniella was a Publications Manager at PLOS ONE where she implemented and oversaw the PLOS Open Data Policy. She has a background in Microbiology and published on antibiotic resistance in the public health context as well as pharmacogenomics pathways of chemotherapy drugs.
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