Jessica Polka: on how young scientists can shape the future of research

Dr. Jessica Polka is the Director of ASAPbio, which advocates for the use of preprint servers in biology, and co-founder of The Future of Research. She also sits on the steering committee for Rescuing Biomedical Research, determining what actions can be taken to address systemic flaws in the biomedical research enterprise. In this Abstract, Jessica shares her thoughts on the infrastructure of science and how young scientists can be grassroots agents of change in the research endeavor.

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This episode was recorded on September 17, 2016 at MIT during the Advocating for Science Symposium. Special thanks to Visager for music and to the Future of Research and the Academics for the Future of Science for making this interview possible. Thanks to Rick Groleau for the photo used in this post.

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