The following notes were taken by Naomi Penfold, eLIFE Innovation Officer, during our session at MozFest 2017. Here is a link to our short slide deck. Welcome everyone! We are excited to see you and we hope you are having a fantastic time at MozFest 2017. Who are we?* Daniela Saderi, neuroscientist at OHSU. I love organising community events, including Science Hack Day Portland. Originally from Sardinia (it's beautiful!)* Samantha Hindle, "post"-postdoc at UCSF, from scarborough, UK. I'm a neuroscientist too.We are ASAPbio ambassadors! We advocate for preprints in the life sciences, and have built PREreview to enable researchers to review preprints in their journal clubs and online.* Naomi Penfold, eLife - I'm here to help Dani and Sam to encourage the adoption of preprints.
This is a preprint journal club review of "Age-related decline in behavioral discrimination of amplitude modulation frequencies compared to envelope-following responses" by Jesyn Lay, Edward L. Bartlett. The preprint was posted on bioRxiv on Sep 28, 2017 (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/193268).Our group reviewed this paper on October 13, 2017 and used the PREreview quick participant worksheet.
The following guidelines and email templates are meant to help you start a PREreview journal club at your institution. The first two email templates are for you to send to your department to invite colleagues to your journal club; the last one is for you to send to the authors to let them know you have reviewed their preprint on PREreview. Please let us know if these materials helped you, or suggest changes by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
This is a preprint journal club review of Cortical Representations of Speech in a Multi-talker Auditory Scene by Krishna C Puvvada, Jonathan Z Simon. The preprint was originally posted on bioRxiv on April 10, 2017 (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1101/124750). The authors have responded to this review, and you can find the comments on bioRxiv. The article is now published in The Journal of Neuroscience (DOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.0938-17.2017).