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Training is a core activity of the CRS; with the overarching goal to provide UZH researchers with the input and tools they need, to produce effective and reproducible science. To this end the CRS organizes targeted courses at all levels and for all fields to enhance good research practices and reproducibility of scientific research at UZH. sets up regular events for young and senior researchers ...

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  • Better Research talk in Research Ethics for Life Scientists (BIO630)

    Talk for life science MD-PhD students at UZH.

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  • Preregistration and Reproducibility talk and workshop in Advanced Statistics - Good Scientific Practice for Neuroscientists

    Slides and materials of my preregistration workshop at the Department of Economics.

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  • Good Research Practice (GRP) HS19

    This repository contains the full course materials which we designed and teach at the University of Zurich.

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  • Authorship Guidelines talk at the Biostatistics department meeting

    Guidelines and regulations about authorship in research at UZH and Switzerland.

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  • Two days workshop 2020: Design And Analysis Of Replication Studies

    A workshop by the Center for Reproducibility Science (CRS) on January 22-24 2020 in Zurich.

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