Jennifer Beaudry is a passionate advocate for open science practices. As Academic Director (Research Training) for the School of Health Sciences at Swinburne University of Technology, she oversees approximately 200 Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students. Jennifer is committed to engaging HDR students and their supervisors in research practices that increase transparency, openness, and integrity. She is the academic lead for the Swinburne Open Science Task Force, is on the founding executive committee for the Association for Interdisciplinary Metaresearch and Open Science (AIMOS), and on the steering committee for the Melbourne Open Research Network. Jennifer’s own research sits at the intersection of Psychology and Law. Her main focus is on factors that influence eyewitness identification decisions, how eyewitness identification evidence is used by decision-makers (e.g., jurors, lawyers, judges), and how this evidence should be presented in court.