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Preprint Journal Club led by Stephen Floor In-Person






Peer-review is one of the most important aspects of maintaining quality and rigor in the scientific literature. During Open Access Week, UCSF is hosting two preprint journal clubs led by some or our rising-star and experienced faculty. Get some experience participating in the peer review process during Open Access Week in one of our sessions!

Feedback collected during these sessions will be posted to bioRxiv and PREreview and by participating, you can get credit for your contributions!

Preprint selection: "Memory sequencing reveals heritable single cell gene expression programs associated with distinct cellular behaviors", https://doi.org/10.1101/379016

To join remotely: https://ucsf.zoom.us/j/857529564

See also Thursday's preprint selection, and all of UCSF's 2018 Open Access Week events.

Discussion Leader


Stephen Floor, PhD, Assistant Professor of Cell & Tissue Biology, UCSF

Dr. Floor joined UCSF as an Assistant Professor in the department of Cell and Tissue Biology in 2017. His lab seeks to understand how RNA affects human gene expression and how RNA biology is altered in cancers and developmental disorders. Before starting his lab he completed his Ph.D. in Biophysics with John Gross at UCSF and was a postdoctoral fellow with Jennifer Doudna at UC Berkeley. Stephen also pursues accelerated communication of information in science through the ASAPbio program, as a bioRxiv affiliate, and by advocating for new models of data sharing.



Friday, Oct 26 2018
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Time Zone:
Pacific Time - US & Canada (change)
Mission Hall 2105
Mission Bay
  Data Science     Data Science > Data Management     Education and Research     Open Access     Scholarly Communication  
Registration has closed.

Event Organizer

Anna Kahrs