Open Science at The Neuro

 

Open Science Toolkit

A Communications Toolkit

What is Open Science and why is The Neuro pursuing it?

What is The Neuro’s Tanenbaum Open Science Institute?

What drives The Neuro’s Open Science practices?

How is The Neuro putting Open Science in action ?

Open Biobanking Platform

Open Early Drug Discovery

Open Neuro-informatics

Open Publishing Platform

Independent Evaluation and Monitoring Process

Generating Global Momentum

General questions and answers on Open Science

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Open Science, to accelerate discovery and deliver cures.

Hundreds of millions of people worldwide are affected by a brain disorder. The numbers are increasing every year and represent one of the greatest unmet medical needs of our time.

To meet this global challenge today, we must do more – better and faster – to radically change our approach to brain science.

At The Neuro, we are driven to transform neurological research and care to improve lives.

Open Science is the concept of sharing data, information, tools and research results, and eliminating barriers to collaboration. And we believe it offers the most promising path towards patient-centred science – helping us to accelerate the scientific process towards solving the most persistent problems in neuroscience, to speed up discovery, and benefit millions of people affected by neurological disorders around the world.

We’re putting Open Science into action through The Neuro’s Tanenbaum Open Science Institute and:

  • establishing best practices and developing tools and infrastructure to support sharing at The Neuro
  • expanding and measuring its impact
  • encouraging the global scientific community to embrace this new way of doing research.

Join us in adopting our model and together, we can open science to the world, once and for all.


What is Open Science and why is The Neuro pursuing it?

Open Science is the concept of sharing data, information, tools and research results, and eliminating barriers to collaboration around the world.

More than 100 million people in the US alone are affected by a brain disorder. This number is increasing every year and represents one of the greatest unmet medical needs of our time.

To meet this global challenge today, we must do more – better and faster – to radically transform our approach to brain science.

From its inception, The Neuro’s mission has been to advance medicine through patient-centred science. Open Science offers the most promising path to implement this, helping to expand our research impact and speed up innovations in neuroscience that will benefit people affected by neurological disorders.

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什么是开放科学?为什么神经所要创立开放科学?

什么是神经所唐恩邦开放科学研究院

什么驱动神经所的开放科学实践?

神经所如何实施开放科学?

开放生物样本库

开放科学早期药物研发平台

开放神经影像及神经信息学平台

开放论文发表出版

独立评审及监督流程

引发全球效应

有关开放科学的一般性问题及回答

网站及社交媒体

联系方式:


开放科学:加速研发 加快疾病治愈

世界数以亿计的人患有脑部疾病,病患者人数每年持续增加,这是我们这个时代面临的最大的医学挑战之一。

为了迎接当今全球挑战,我们务必多快好省,从根本改变我们从事脑神经科学的策略。

的宗旨是希望通过改变从事神经系统疾病的临床和科研方式以提高生命质量。

开放科学的理念在于倡导数据、信息、工具和研究成果的分享,并克服合作中可能遇到的阻碍。我们相信这是通向以病患者为中心的临床科学的最有希望途径 — 它使我们加速科研流程,解决脑神经科学领域久悬不决的问题,为全世界数百万脑疾病患者谋求治愈福祉。

  • 制定最佳实践方法并开发工具和平台以支持神经所的科研分享 
  • 扩大并衡量此项目的影响力 
  • 鼓励倡导全球科学界相应采纳此崭新的科学理念 

欢迎您采用我们的开放科学模式,让我们一起开始并永远向全世界开放科学的大门!


什么是开放科学?为什么神经所要创立开放科学?

开放科学的理念在于倡导分享科研数据、信息、工具与成果,并克服合作中的障碍。

仅仅在美国就有超过一亿人患有至少一种脑疾病,这个病患者数目每年还在持续增长,是目前我们面临的最大的医学挑战之一。

为了迎接当今全球的这种挑战,我们务必多快好省,从根本改变我们从事脑神经科学的策略。

从创立开始一直倡导以患者为中心的临床结合的科学方式以促进医学的发展。开放科学是实现此目标的最有希望的途径,它帮助我们扩大科研的影响力,在脑科学领域上加速创新,从而造福神经系统疾病患者

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The Neuro is a McGill research and teaching institute; delivering high quality patient care, as part of the Neuroscience Mission of the McGill University Health Centre. We are proud to be a Killam Institution, supported by the Killam Trusts.

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