Since his arrival at the University’s School of Rehabilitation Sciences, Professor Boisgontier has demonstrated his steadfast commitment to open scholarship in his teaching and research, for example, in his French-language on the neuroanatomy and neurobiology of human movement. In addition to the many editorial roles in which he serves, Professor Boisgontier has published or co-published open access articles using open data from the Survey of Health, Aging and Retirement in Europe , a research infrastructure that studies the effects of social, health, economic, and environmental policies throughout Europe and elsewhere. In 2022, he founded the Peer Community In () Health & Movement Sciences, a service that provides free, transparent, peer review and recommendations for preprints in that field.
Join this virtual ceremony on January 25 at 2 p.m. to meet Professor Boisgontier and learn more about his experience with open scholarship. His presentation will be followed by a discussion.