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Thu, Sep 21

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Episode 1 - Brainstorming diversity, inclusivity, equity & open science

This event forms a set of talks as part of the ADVANCING SCIENTIFIC INTELLIGENCE Discourse, a new thematic category under our "Challenge-me" series.

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Episode 1 - Brainstorming  diversity, inclusivity, equity & open science
Episode 1 - Brainstorming  diversity, inclusivity, equity & open science

Time & Location

Sep 21, 2023, 12:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. EDT

Virtual event

About the event

Diversity, ancestry, equity and data distribution & sharing are foundational to growing science and allow scientific intelligence to be a derivative of representation and inclusivity.

But representation for the sake of it does no service to science.

In this new thematic series under our “challenge-me” series, we have two speakers who will kick start this set of talks, by sharing with us their research on the differences in cell-types, cell-states, vaccine responses and more, that exist between diverse ancestries and their implications in the way we approach experimental modelling and design. They will also discuss how social factors play a role in molding biology and how data structuring must be planned to define “TRUE” representation. Dr. Uddin and Ms. Mouwenda will share with us their single cell data analysis to open this series where we can learn that our differences can only make our science stronger. 

Their ‘challenge’ talks will be followed by a debate/discussion.

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