Publications

AlNoamany, Y., Borghi. J.A. (2018). Towards computational reproducibility: researcher perspectives on the use and sharing of softwarePeerJ Computer Science, 4e163. [Preprint, Data, Code]

Borghi J. A., Van Gulick A. E. (2018). Data management and sharing in neuroimaging: Practices and perceptions of MRI researchers. PLOS ONE 13(7), e0200562. [PreprintData, Materials]

Borghi, J. A., Abrams, S., Lowenberg, D., Simms, S, & Chodacki, J. (2018) Support Your Data: A research data management guide for researchers. Research Ideas and Outcomes, 4, e26439.

Le, T. M., Borghi, J. A., Kujawa, A. J., Klein, D. N., & Leung, H-C. (2017). Alterations in visual cortical activation and connectivity with prefrontal cortex during working memory updating in major depressive disorder. NeuroImage: Clinical, 14, 43-53.

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Preprints / In Process

Chassanoff, A., Borghi, J.A., AlNoamany, Y., & Thornton, K. (2018). Software curation in research libraries: Practice and promise. OSF Preprints.

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Posters, Panels, and Presentations

Borghi, J.A. &Van Gulick, A.E. (Oct, 2018). Investigating data-related practices in neuroscience, psychology, and beyond. Poster at Force11, Montreal Canada.

Van Gulick, A.E. & Borghi, J.A. (Jun, 2018). Surveying data management practices and perceptions among neuroimaging researchers. Poster at Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Singapore.

Borghi, J.A. Abrams, S., Lowenberg, D., Simms, S., & Chodacki, J. (Mar, 2018). Support Your Data: A data management guide for researchers. Poster at Research Data Alliance (RDA), Berlin Germany.

Borghi, J.A. & Van Gulick, A.E. (Mar, 2018). Reproducibility begins at home: Surveying data  management practices in neuroimaging. Poster at Research Data Alliance (RDA), Berlin Germany.

AlNoamany, Y., Borghi, J.A., (Mar, 2018). Understanding researcher perspectives around software. Poster at Research Data Alliance (RDA), Berlin Germany.

Van Gulick, A., & Borghi, J.A. (Feb, 2018). Surveying data management practices and perceptions among neuroimaging researchers. Poster at the International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC), Barcelona Spain.

Borghi, J.A. and Lowenberg, D. (Dec, 2017). Prioritizing Researcher perspectives in driving adoption for research data management. Presentation at Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), Washington DC. [Video]

AlNoamany, Y., Borghi, J.A., Chassanoff, A., Thornton, K. (Nov, 2017). Software as a well-formed research object. Panel at Digital Library Federation (DLF), Pittsburgh PA.

Levernier, J., Borghi, J.A., Quinless, J., Thompson, M.S. (Nov, 2017). Surveying the landscape of data governance and ethics. Panel at Digital Library Federation (DLF), Pittsburgh PA.

Borghi, J.A., Abrams, S., Chodacki, J., Lowenberg, D., Simms, S. (Sept, 2017). Developing an RDM guide for researchers. Poster at Research Data Alliance (RDA), Montreal Canada.

Borghi, J.A. & Van Gulick, A.E. (Sept, 2017). Surveying discipline-specific data management practices. Poster at the Research Data Alliance (RDA), Montreal Canada.

Van Gulick, A.E. & Borghi, J.A. (Feb, 2017). Methods and metrics for the assessment of research data management maturity, adoption of software tools, and data sharing outcomes in neuroimaging. Poster at the International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC), Edinburgh Scotland.

Borghi, J. A., Kujawa, A. J., Klein, D. N., & Leung, H. C. (Oct, 2012). MDD is related to disrupted patterns of neural activity during selective processing of faces and scenes. Poster at Society for Neuroscience (SfN), New Orleans LA.

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Science Communication and Outreach

Borghi, J.A. & Waters, E. (April, 2018). How do we study living brains?. Lesson for TED-Ed.

Borghi, J.A. (May, 2015). From brains to BRAINS: Neuroscience at the cutting edge. Presentation at Genspace, Brooklyn NY. [Video]

Borghi, J.A. (Apr, 2015). Navigating the scientific literature (even without an institutional subscription). Presentation at The Brooklyn Brainery, Brooklyn NY.

Borghi, J.A. (Mar, 2015). The biology of mental illness. Presentation at The Brooklyn Brainery, Brooklyn NY.

Borghi, J.A. (Feb, 2015). A (short) history of the human brain. Presentation at The Brooklyn Brainery, Brooklyn NY.

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