Jessey Wright is a philosopher of science situated in the Poldrack lab. His work examines how the development, uptake, and use of new methods for handling, sharing and manipulating data, such as BIDS, fMRIPrep, and advanced statistical methods, changes the epistemic environment of neuroimaging research. He, in particular, examines how these tools are influencing standards of evidence, how scientists conceptualize the brain, and the structure of inferences.