This week, I met with our program officer at the Moore Foundation about our progress and plans for the next year. Robin, Danielle, and I met to discuss advisory committee rotations. This fall,
This week, I had two meetings with the selection committee to make funding recommendations. We’ll be meeting again next week to finalize the list of proposals they would like to advance for
This week, Robin and I started working on a request for determination for our impact surveys for the OHSU IRB. Kari and I also met to review slides for next week’s CS&
This week, I’ve continued working on slides for the CS&S board meeting, the annual report for the Moore Foundation, and the award notification letter.
This week, I worked on a presentation for the CS&S board meeting, the annual report for the Moore Foundation, and the award notice that we’ll send out to our grantees.
Our submission deadline was Tuesday! Thanks to everyone who applied. The proposals are now in the capable hands of the selection committee.
This week, I held the second onboarding session for the selection committee and worked with the OpenReview team to incorporate the evaluation questions into our portal for the reviewers. The application deadline is
We are enthusiastic to announce our selection committee for the Summer 2020 request for proposals! Big thanks to the following individuals for applying their expertise to help us select our first cohort of
Thanks to Chris and Josh for providing additional feedback on the selection committee guide. I’ve shared it with the committee and we’ll be reviewing it as a group on Tuesday. On
A conversation with Ben Busby, DNAnexus BackgroundBen was involved in about 44 hackathons over a six year period at NCBI. The majority were almost exclusively in-person with just a few online participants. After
On Wednesday, I co-facilitated a session for [email protected] focused on transitioning meetings online. You can review the notes here. Next week I will be hosting the final webinar for event fund applicants.
A conversation with Marta Lloret, The European Bioinformatics Institute BackgroundThe Bioexcel Summer School on Biomolecular Simulations teaches students how to use software for molecular modeling and simulations using a combination of lectures and