60th Online Seminar: Preregistration

The panacea for trustworthy and useful science?

The 60th Helmholtz Open Science Online Seminar will take place on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 from 3:00 p. m. to 4:00 p. m.

In this seminar, Prof. Dr. med. Ulrich Dirnagl will present on the topic of “Preregistration: The Panacea for Trustworthy and Useful Science?”.

At the Charité Berlin, Ulrich Dirnagl is Professor of Clinical Neuroscience and serves as Director of the Department of Experimental Neurology. Since 2017 he is also the founding director of the QUEST Center for Responsible Biomedical Research at the Berlin Institute of Health.

The QUEST Center, represented by Ulrich Dirnagl, is one of eight founding institutions and a steering member of the German Reproducibility Network (GRN) as well as the Helmholtz Open Science Office.

The one-hour-long event will be held in English and will be conducted via the video conferencing tool Zoom. The seminar will not be recorded.

To participate in the event (free of charge), please register in advance.


Please register via:




The slides will be published under CC BY 4.0 International after the presentation.


A Factsheet with the key take-aways will be published under CC BY 4.0 International after the presentation.


Helmholtz Open Science Office:


Lea Maria Ferguson, Antonia Schrader, and Nina Weisweiler

Key speaker:

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Dirnagl

Contact: https://expneuro.charite.de/metas/kontakt_aufnehmen_mit/adresse/dirnagl/ 

ORCID iD: Ulrich Dirnagl (0000-0003-0755-6119)

Twitter: @berlinnovation

We are looking forward to your participation!