Co-director of the Stanford Center for Reproducible Neuroscience
Research Associate at Department of Psychology, Stanford University
I am interested in how we can use modern technology to improve the way we study human behaviour and its neuronal underpinnings. This involves building tools and services (such as Nipype, OpenNeuro.org, and NeuroVault.org) that allow neuroscientists, psychologist and clinicians to be more efficient and less biased in the way they collect, share and analyze data. I’m also involved in efforts to maximise the impact of behavioural and brain research through data sharing and data standards (Brain Imaging Data Structure). This work goes beyond tools and services, also including policy making and publishing culture research.