Current Role at Stanford
In collaboration with faculty and research teams, advances open science practices at Stanford and beyond. Data sharing, methods sharing, rigor & reproducibility, open access, open source software, persistent identifiers, &c. Represents Stanford at the HELIOS initiative and other fora. Identifies emerging centers of excellence, and helps good ideas achieve escape velocity. Curiosity, humility, and a thorough understanding of Joy’s Law will be part of our success.
Education & Certifications
CSPO, Scrum Alliance, Product Owner (2015)
A.M., Duke University, East Asian Studies (2002)
B.A., University of New Hampshire, Linguistics (1998)
Open Science, Open Source, Open Access, Design Thinking, Service Design, Innovation, APIs, Drupal, BackdropCMS, Communities of Practice, Constructivism, Personal Learning Networks, Longboarding
Open Science, Open Source, Persistent Identifiers, PIDs, APIs, Service Design, Communities of Practice, Research
Policy recommendations to ensure that research software is openly accessible and reusable.
2023; 21 (7): e3002204
Research data is optimized when it can be freely accessed and reused. To maximize research equity, transparency, and reproducibility, policymakers should take concrete steps to ensure that research software is openly accessible and reusable.
View details for DOI 10.1371/journal.pbio.3002204
View details for PubMedID 37478129