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Emma Ganley

Emma Ganley

Director of Strategic Initiatives - protocols.io
Emma obtained a PhD from the MRC-LMB in Cambridge in the UK, followed by a postdoc at UC Berkeley. Prior to joining protocols.io, Emma was the Chief Editor of PLOS Biology and worked in scientific publishing for 15 years. During this time she gained an enthusiasm for open data, preprints, and improving science communication. Emma is passionate about all things related to open research, data, code, and method availability alongside the articles, research reproducibility and integrity. As of Jan 2021, Emma is also a member of the Board of Directors of FORCE11.

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NISO Discourse Discussion for this session
https://discourse.niso.org/t/relationship-between-infrastructure-protocols-standards/99

Research protocols and information standards have much in common, and both are essential components of research infrastructure. Protocols outline the process for a specific experiment or research project, while standards provide technical best practices for processes across the whole information ecosystem.  In this session, representatives from a publisher, a protocols platform, and an infrastructure organization will discuss their perspectives on the relationships between each — what's working, what isn't, and what more is needed?

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