Open Protocols | Repro Workshop Series

One of the barriers to reproducibility of research is the lack of detailed methods in published articles and in the lab environment. Open sharing of research protocols improves replication by making research processes accessible, dynamic, and open to discussion, modification, and optimization. Learn how protocol sharing meets openness and transparency guidelines such as TOP (Transparency and Openness Promotion) and Good Laboratory Practice. 

Learning Objectives 

By the end of this workshop, learners will be able to:

  • Define the benefits of making research protocols open
  • Prepare, share, and modify a research protocol
  • Identify guidelines and best practices for research methods and protocols

Instructor: Lenny Teytelman, PhD, CEO

Instructor Bio

Lenny Teytelman is the cofounder and CEO of, an open access repository for research methods. Before starting, Lenny did his graduate studies at UC Berkeley with Michael Eisen and his postdoctoral research at MIT. He was a database developer for three years, before switching from math and computer science to molecular biology. Lenny brings to a strong passion for sharing science and improving research efficiency through technology.

This workshop is part of a series on Biomedical Reproducibility, other workshops in this series include:

Thursday, October 10, 2019 at 3:30pm to 5:00pm

Mission Hall, MH 1400
550 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94158

Event Type

Special Event, Class/Info Session


Students, Postdocs, Staff, Faculty


Mission Bay


open access, Open Data, Open Education, Preprints, Open Science Group, open science, reproducibility




UCSF Library


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