Open WIN Project
The Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging (WIN) has a positive culture for sharing data, tasks, tools, protocols and research practices that improve the transparency, reproducibility and impact of our outputs and accelerate translation to the clinic.
We are developing a technical and ethical framework to facilitate and promote sharing while protecting the security of participant data and ensuring our researchers and core staff receive credit for all their research outputs.
Details of our open science infrastructure are published on our Community Pages.
OPEN WIN PROJECT
The Open WIN Project was a key part of our successful bid to Wellcome to deliver a culture and infrastructure which prioritised sharing of all our research outputs.
Find out more about the Open WIN Project on our Community Pages.
OPEN WIN COMMUNITY
Details of how to use our sharing infrastructure are published on our Community Pages.
Our Community Pages are written by our researchers and openly developed in GitLab as our infrastructure grows.
We are pleased to publicly share the training and guidance we have written to support sharing and best practice.
Meet our Open WIN Community Ambassadors.
Watch some of our training and publicity presentations.
OPEN WIN RESOURCES
WIN researchers have built and shared a number of stand-alone resources for sharing data, code and training. WIN members also contribute to the development of international standards for research data management
Take a look at our member-lead open resources.
THE OPEN WIN STEERING GROUP
The Open WIN Project is led by the Open WIN Steering Group.
The Open WIN Steering Group works together to develop the infrastructure and policy to support our researchers in sharing all their research outputs.
Steering Group Members (alphabetically)
Anna Camera (MEG Representative)
Stuart Clare (Director of Operations)
Dejan Draschkow (Open WIN Ambassador)
Yingshi Feng (Open WIN Ambassador)
David Flitney (IT Infrastructure)
Cassandra Gould van Praag (Open Science Community Engagement Coordinator)
Laurence Hunt (Principal Investigator Representative)
Ali Mahmoodi (Non Human Applications)
Daniel Margulies (Principal Investigator Representative)
Duncan Mortimer (IT Infrastructure)
Thomas Nichols (Academic Champion)
Verena Sarrazin (Open WIN Ambassador)
Duncan Smith (Open Data Infrastructure)
Bernd Taschler (Open WIN Ambassador)
Matthew Webster (FSL Developer)