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Contributors

The project was designed to be a collaborative endeavor. Ultimately, 200 individuals contributed in some way to complete this project. Authorship and acknowledgment of each individual's role in the project occurred at each stage. All openly available content including Registered Reports, Replication Studies, and uncompleted replication projects are available on the RP:CB collection.

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Contributing project coordinators

Timothy M. Errington

Alexandria Denis

Nicole Perfito

Fraser Tan

Joelle Lomax

Stephen R. Williams

Rachel Tsui

William Gunn

Elizabeth Iorns

Brian A. Nosek

Contributing researchers

Grishma Acharya

Sally N. Adebamowo

Amirali Afshari

Claire Agius

Fraser Aird

Anne B. Allison

Nurith Amitai

Madan Anant

Natalie Anderson

Lay-Hong Ang

Travis Antes

Renee Araiza

Deepika Arora

Pedro Aza-Blanc

Craig Bencsics

Deborah L. Berry

Ajay Bhargava

Stefano Biressi

Lawrence R. Blocher

David L. Blum

Elizabeth D. Boedeker

Lynette R. Bower

Leslie Boyd

Lindsey Taylor Brinton

Claire Brown

Jessica Bullenkamp

Steve Cai

Tomas Cajka

Jessica Campos

Kermit L. Carraway III

Jacqueline Carrell

Alberto Carreno

Miguel A. S. Cavadas

Chih-Cheng Chang

Biao Chen

James Chou

Wen-Ko Chou

Kartoa Chow

Denise Chroscinski

Heidi Chu

Matthew Cook

Chris Coss

Pascal Courville

Dale Cowley

Gwenn Danet-Desnoyers

Eileen Dareng

I. Janette Delgadillo

Antoine de Morrée

Trisha Denike

Sarah Denson

Gurpreet Dhami

Jianhua Ding

Cristine Donham

M. Mehdi Doroudchi

Kathryn Eaton

Meredith C. Edwards

Annika Eriksson

Anthony Essex

Brad Evans

James Evans

Kristin Evans

Oliver Fiehn

Jennifer L. Fields

Steven Fiering

Clinton Fontaine

Juan José Fung

Curtis Gallagher

Jeff Grant

Edward Greenfield

Erin Griner

Michael V. Gormally

Archana Gupta

Haiping Hao

Kaitlyn Harr

Michael Haselton

Jason Hatakeyama

Ronald James Hause

Babette Haven

Stefan Helfrich

Alex W. Hewitt

Heidi Hilton

Stephen K. Horrigan

Jeff Jia Cheng Hou

Chun-Teng Huang

Francesca Incardona

Nawfal Ismail

Hyun Yong Jin

Martina Jones

Jonathan Joy-Gaba

Robert L. Judson

Irawati Kandela

John F. Kerwin

Israr Khan

Jeewon Kim

Young H. Kim

Alan Kosaka

Teresa Krieger

Jennie Kwok

Samuel LaBarge

Judith Lacoste

Matthew Lam

Jake Lesnik

L. Michelle Lewis

Jia Li

Minyoung Anna Lim

Lidia López-Serra

Samar W. Maalouf

Hildegard Mack

Ewa Maddox

Nimet Maherali

Christine Mantis

Sara Marrello

Maya B. Mathur

Michael McCarthy

Elysia McDonald

Zachary R. Meyers

Claudia-Gabriela Mitrofan

Crystal Newell

Stephanie Newman

Brian Northan

Katherine Owen

Kumar Pandya

Luisa Pedro

Steven Pelech

Vincent Pelletier

Eva Permaul

Maureen Peterson

Mitch A. Phelps

Amanda Pike

Javier Pineda

Ali Pirani

Sara Poe

Kevin Poindexter

Aris Polyzos

Nicholas Pudlo

Hanna S. Radomska

Samrrah Raouf

Darrell J Ratcliffe

Courtney Ray

John Repass

Adam D. Richardson

Mary Rusckowski

David A. Russler-Germain

Darryl Sampey

Christine E. Schaner-Tooley

David A. Scott

Vittorio Sebastiano

Supti Sen

Ranjita Sengupta

Michael Settles

Reena Shakya

Xiaochuan Shan

Yongli Shan

Vidhu Sharma

Mee Rie Sheen

Megan Reed Showalter

Laura Skinner

Tim D. Smith

Evan S. Snitkin

Courtney K. Soderberg

Sarah Statt

Brandon Steelman

Catherine Sutter

C. Conover Talbot Jr.

Beibei Tang

Todd Tolentino

Angela Trinh

Ashwin Unnikrishnan

John P. Vanden Heuvel

Kacey Vandervorst

Nicole Vasilevsky

Mathew Veal

Chriss Vowles

Hongyan Wang

Zhiyong Wang

Claire Weston

Brandon Willis

Ashley Wilson

Joshua Wood

Ben Woodard

Hong Xin

Xuefei Yan

Huajun Yang

Wanwan Yang

Lisa Young

Nora Deniz Yucel

Lambert Yue

Olga Zagnitko

Ioannis Zervantonakis

Faren Zhou

Supporters

The Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology was supported by a ~$2 million grant from Arnold Ventures (formally known as the Laura and John Arnold Foundation).

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