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Friday, November 15 • 1:00pm - 2:20pm
Fishing for Open Science Innovation – Should Canada join cOAlition/Plan S? /Explorer l'innovation en science ouverte – Le Canada devrait-il joindre se joindre à la coalition/au Plan S?

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Panel Organized by: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council | Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council | Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Canada’s three federal granting agencies (NSERC, CIHR and SSHRC) promote and encourage open science through policies like the Tri-Agency Open Access Policy on Publications and the upcoming Tri-Agency Research Data Management Policy. At CSPC, the agencies want to hear from you, in the interactive Open Science Fishbowl! We invite you to join our panelists in the Fishbowl to discuss, debate, pose new questions, and pitch new ideas. The Fishbowl will start on the benefits, challenges, and feasibility of Plan S (in which all publications funded by public grants are immediately open access) for Canada. From there it’s up to you!

Les trois organismes subventionnaires fédéraux du Canada (CRSNG, IRSC et CRSH) encouragent la science ouverte par le biais de politiques sur le libre accès aux publications et sur la gestion des données de recherche. Maintenant, on veut vous entendre! Rejoignez nos panélistes dans le Bocal de Science Ouverte pour discuter, débattre, poser vos questions et proposer vos idées. On débutera par une discussion sur les avantages, les défis et la faisabilité du Plan S (où toutes les publications financées par des subventions publiques doivent être immédiatement en accès libre) au Canada. La suite dépend de vous!

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Kevin Fitzgibbons

Executive Director of the Corporate Planning and Policy Division, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Kevin Fitzgibbons is Executive Director of the Corporate Planning and Policy Division at the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). He works to support NSERC’s role in federal science, technology and innovation policy, to drive strategic and integrated... Read More →

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David Sweeney

Executive Chair, Research England
After studying Statistics at the University of Aberdeen, Dr. David Sweeney worked at two BBSRC research institutes, as a consultant statistician. David was a Director at Royal Holloway, University of London, before moving into university leadership as Vice-Principal in 2004. He joined... Read More →
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Angela Holzer

Programme Officer, Scientific Library Services and Information Systems, German Research Foundation
Dr. Angela Holzer was born in Germany, trained as a humanist scholar in Germany, Italy and the US. She received her Ph.D. from Princeton University. She has worked for DFG (German Research Foundation) in various capacities and has been responsible for strategic development and funding... Read More →
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Monica Granados

Mitacs Canadian Science Policy Fellow; Policy Analyst at Environment and Climate Change Canada
Dr. Monica Granados is currently a Mitacs Canadian Science Policy Fellow working as Policy Analyst at Environment and Climate Change Canada in open science. As a Policy Analyst, Monica is supporting the open science commitment in the 2018-2020 National Action Plan on Open Government... Read More →
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Suzanne Kettley

Executive Director, Canadian Science Publishing
Suzanne Kettley is the Executive Director of Canadian Science Publishing (CSP), Canada’s not-for-profit leader in mobilizing scientific knowledge and publisher of 24 journals including FACETS, Canada’s first multidisciplinary open access science journal. With three decades of... Read More →
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Dominique Roche

Postdoctoral Researcher, Fish Ecology and Conservation Physiology Lab, Carleton University
Dr. Dom Roche is a postdoctoral researcher in the Fish Ecology and Conservation Physiology Lab at Carleton University and an active member of the open science community. He is an ambassador for the data repository Figshare and the Center for Open Science, and publishes regularly open... Read More →
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Guy Rouleau

Director, Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital
Over the last 25 years, Dr. Guy Rouleau and his team have focused on identifying the genes causing several neurological and psychiatric diseases, including autism, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, hereditary neuropathies, epilepsy and schizophrenia, as well as providing a better understanding... Read More →

Friday November 15, 2019 1:00pm - 2:20pm EST
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