Here are the people who make OpenCSD happen. Interested in joining our team? Let us know!
Austin is passionate about supporting researchers to embrace open-science practices to improve their work’s scientific rigor, reproducibility, and accessibility.
My goal is to support initiatives aiming to build and foster conversations around open science in the CSD community.
Elaine is committed to conducting rigorous and transparent science as well as helping others do the same.
Micah values the importance of open science and is passionate about helping other researchers incorporate these practices into their work to increase research quality and transparency.
Danika enjoys collaborating with other scientists to increase awareness of open science practices and support clinician's implementation of evidence-based practices.
I believe in the power of leveraging open science practices for the diversification of research in CSD.
Jennifer is passionate about promoting open science practices in the hopes of increasing reproducibility and accessibility of new work to clinicians and clinician-scientists.
Lee is passionate about bridging the clinical-research gap, and believes that open science practices help clinicians to better understand research processes.
I desire to see open science help foster a symbiosis of researchers who want to apply science to speech language pathology and clinicians who want to apply said science in clinical practice.