Many thanks to all those of you who have submitted comments on the various papers presented this week – it’s been great to see such rich conversations developing. We’d certainly encourage all delegates to get involved – just use the Comments Box at the bottom of each post!
Here is a quick reminder of the sessions we have coming up tomorrow at the end of our first week:
- Paper: Dennis Mazur (Oregon Health and Sciences University): Full Disclosure of the “Raw Data” of Research on Humans: Citizens’ Rights, Product Manufacturer’s Obligations and the Quality of the Scientific Database
o Alicia Hall (California State University, Fresno)
o Karen Melham (University of Oxford)
- Paper: Eileen Smith-Cavros (Nova Southeastern University): Fertility and Inequality Across Borders: Assisted Reproductive Technology and Globalization
o Jyotsna Gupta (Leiden University)
o Lauren Jade Martin (The Graduate Center, CUNY)
- Publishing workshop: Duane Wegener (Purdue University): Top 10 mistakes New Scholars Make When Trying to Get Published
And don’t forget to drop us an email if you have any questions or comments: email@example.com.