Susann Auer, Technische Universität Dresden
Nele A. Haeltermann, Baylor College of Medicine
Tracey L. Weissberger, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Jeffrey C. Erlich, New York University Shanghai
Damar Susilaradeya, Universitas Indonesia
Magdalena Julkowska, Boyce Thompson Institute
Małgorzata Anna Gazda, Universidade do Porto
Benjamin Schwessinger, Australian National University
Nafisa M. Jadavji, Midwestern University
Angela Abitua, Addgene
Anzela Niraulu, The Ohio State University
Aparna Shah, Johns Hopkins University
April Clyburne-Sherinb, Reproducibility for Everyone
Benoit Guiquel, Addgene
Bradly Alicea, Orthogonal Research and Education Laboratory
Caroline LaManna, Addgene
Diep Ganguly, Australian National University
Eric Perkins, Addgene
Helena Jambor, Centre for Regenerative Therapies Dresden
Ian Man Ho Li, Harvard University
Jennifer Tsang, Addgene
Joanne Kamens, Addgene
Lenny Teytelman,
Mariella Paul, University of Gottingen
Michelle Cronin, Addgene
Nicolas Schmelling, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Peter Crisp, Australian National University
Rintu Kutum, CSIR-Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology
Santosh Phuyal, University of Oslo
Sarvenaz Sarabipour, Johns Hopkins University
Sonali Roy, Tennessee State UniversityFollow
Susanna M. Bachle, Addgene
Tuan Tran, Nanyang Technological University
Tyler Ford, Picture as Portal
Vicky Steeves, New York University
Vinodh Ilangovan, Max-Planck-Institut für biophysikalische Chemie
Ana Baburamani, King's College London

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Open and reproducible research practices increase the reusability and impact of scientific research. The reproducibility of research results is influenced by many factors, most of which can be addressed by improved education and training. Here we describe how workshops developed by the Reproducibility for Everyone (R4E) initiative can be customized to provide researchers at all career stages and across most disciplines with education and training in reproducible research practices. The R4E initiative, which is led by volunteers, has reached more than 3000 researchers worldwide to date, and all workshop materials, including accompanying resources, are available under a CC-BY 4.0 license at