LabScrum Workshop


1 to 3 p.m., April 17, 2024
This LabScrum workshop is offered twice: April 17, 2024 and May 1, 2024.

LabScrum is a process framework developed to manage work in academic scientific research. LabScrum is an adaptation of the Scrum project management framework. Scrum was developed by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland for use in software development in the early 1990s. Lisa May developed LabScrum in 2017, in collaboration with Center for Translational Neuroscience research scientists and with advice and mentorship from Tamara Runyon, Certified Scrum Trainer (CST).

Register to learn how to organize your lab better, manage complex work, and increase productivity, scientific rigor, quality of training, and quality of life for the teams with LabScrum. 

LabScrum is presented as a standalone framework that is distinct from Scrum in order to increase clarity and ease of adoption for research scientists.

Any research group can find a way to implement LabScrum. A spirit of experimentation and people who are willing to fill key facilitate roles are all that are required. LabScrum often results in significant time savings for PIs and is usually about neutral in time commitment for trainees.


Join us April 17th via Zoom: UPDATED ZOOM LINK:

890 7976 8210



Rudy Salcido