The replicability of measuring behavior
Organisers: Ilan Golani and Neri Kakafi, University of Tel Aviv
Schedule: 14:00 - 15:20 Wednesday 27th August, Kleine Veerzaal
With the establishment of huge data bases of behavioral and physiological phenotypes of genetically engineered mice, where each genotype is typically represented by a single set of data, it becomes increasingly important to establish not only significant differences between strains and preparations but also replicable results across laboratories.
There is now a growing discussion in the literature about how to test results for their replicability. In this symposium we will take a lead in that discussion.
|14:00-14:20||Neri Kafkafi, Tal Lahav & Yoav Benjamini, Tel Aviv University||What’s Always Wrong with my Mouse?|
|14:20-14:40||Yoav Benjamini, Tal Lahav & Neri Kafkafi, Tel Aviv University||Estimating Replicability of Behavioral Phenotyping Results in a Single Laboratory|
|14:40-15:00||Ilan Golani, Yair Wexler & Yoav Benjamini, Tel Aviv University||The demand for replicability of behavioral result: from burden to asset|
|15:00-15:20||Molly Bogue & Elissa Chesler, The Jackson Laboratory||Mouse Phenome Database: A resource to address phenotypic heterogeneity, research reproducibility and replicability|