open science

NEUROHACKADEMY

NEUROHACKADEMY

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend Neurohackademy, a summer institute for neuroimaging and data science at the University of Washington in Seattle, hosted by Dr. Ariel Rokem and Dr. Tal Yarkoni. The program was two weeks long: the first week consisted of lectures on the topics of data science, computer programming, and open science (all in relation to neuroimaging), and the second week consisted of one additional day of lectures followed by a 3.5-day hackathon, then project presentations at the end of the week.