What do Researchers Need to Know?

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Données de recherche Canada DRC

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In this session, attendees will learn the fundamentals of persistent identifiers (PIDs) for sharing research and scholarship. Panelists will discuss their experiences with DOIs (digital object identifiers) and ORCID iDs, a persistent identifier for researchers—what they are used for, where they are typically used, when they are required, and why they are essential for trust and reproducibility in research.

Moderator: Jeff Moon

Susan Brown, University of Guelph/NDRIO Researcher Council
Laura Estill, St. Francis Xavier University/NDRIO Researcher Council
Dylan Roskams-Edris, McGill University
Mike Smit, Dalhousie University


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Radiotherapy treatments currently used in the clinical field are rarely modified. They generally consist of a global therapy of 50 grays, fractionated in five treatments of two grays every week for five weeks.
Thus, it could be worthwhile to develop a numeric tool, based on mathematical models found in the literature, in order to compare different types of treatment without having to test them on real tissues. Several parameters are known to alter the tissue response after irradiation including oxygen

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