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What actions will/do you take to better support ECRs?
May the press contact you for quotes?
Any other comments?Job Title
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7/2/2017 7:54:07
s.burgess@elifesciences.org
Steven BurgesseLife
Work with the journal to support ECR initiatives, webinars, meetings, feedback from ECRs into journal policy. In the process of planning the best way to help implement change in the way ECR are evaluated. Will love to help support the Bullied into Bad Science Campaign in any way I can.
Yes
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7/2/2017 18:29:03
c.jackson@imperial.ac.uk
Christopher JacksonImperial College
Use JIFs wisely. Provide pastoral and professional support. Encourage them in every way I can. Listen to their problems.
Yes
Good campaign. Cambridge is perhaps the worse at bullying, from what I've heard from students and colleagues.
Professor of Basin Analysis
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7/2/2017 20:28:34s.curry@imperial.ac.ukStephen CurryImperial College
Oppose over-reliance on journal metrics & university rankings; support diversity, inclusion and a good work-life balance; share my experience willingly
YesGood luck!Professor
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7/2/2017 17:13:53j.tobias@imperial.ac.ukJoe Tobias
Imperial College London
Support them in completing publications and applications
YesSenior lecturer
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7/2/2017 12:08:24tpm22@cam.ac.ukDr Tom Monie
Institute of Continuing Education, University of Cambridge
Encourage open science; support development and provision of relevant training programmes to ECRs
Yes
Went through the highs and lows of the ECR experience
Academic Director for STEM
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7/1/2017 21:48:18
innovate@rodriguez-gonzalez.net
Oscar
Rodriguez-Gonzalez Services Corp.
Mentor, orientate YesGreat initiative
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7/2/2017 21:39:00svazire@ucdavis.eduSimine VazireUC Davis, USA
I try to encourage transparent and reproducible research practices through mentoring, reviewing and editing, and on search committees and grant panels. I also write papers and conduct research on how to improve transparency and reproducibility.
Yes
Associate Professor of Psychology
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7/2/2017 16:40:52d.colquhoun@ucl.ac.ukDavid Colquhoun FRSUCL
Blog, talk, radio and TV. Also I work on bad statistical practice.
Yes
A brilliant initiative, and sadly necessary
Research professor
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7/1/2017 22:57:58m.bartley@ucl.ac.ukMelanie BartleyUCLFight for better conditions of employmentNo
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7/2/2017 22:19:39
nicola.low@ispm.unibe.ch
Nicola LowUniversity of Bern
DORA signatory, teach non-IF journal choice, support my PhD and post docs, departmental commitment
Yes
Are you interested in international extension?
Prof
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7/2/2017 22:06:36hpashler@gmail.comHal Pashler
University of California, San Diego
I urge colleagues to insure that our recruitments are based not upon number of papers published, or publishing in glam journals, but rather work of solidity and substance on important topics.
YesDistinguished Professor
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7/1/2017 22:24:27pal38@cam.ac.ukPeter A Lawrence FRS
University of Cambridge
Support their campaign and continue to fight against the present system as best I can
Yes
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7/2/2017 20:28:34yn235@cam.ac.ukYvonne Nobis
University of Cambridge
I'm already trying ! I believe the library has a role not only in teaching people how research is evaluated by the use of largely imperfect metrics, but by not buying into bundled deals (including offset arrangements) .where these adversely affect the ability of researchers to publish where they wish.
Yes
I am so very impressed by this campaign, and the energy that has been put into it (but I guess you know this!)
Head of Science Information Services
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7/2/2017 11:27:33gmp36@cam.ac.ukGeorgina Cronin
University of Cambridge
Educate them about their options and campaign/advocate on their behalf wherever possible.
Yes
Research Support Librarian
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7/1/2017 21:01:59
malcolm.macleod@ed.ac.uk
Malcolm MacleodUniversity of Edinburgh
Disruptive research illustrating the current systematic flaws
Yes
Happy to help however I can
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7/2/2017 0:04:07
wael.agur@glasgow.ac.uk
Wael AgurUniversity of GlasgowOnline supportYes
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7/2/2017 15:40:31maini@maths.ox.ac.ukPhilip K. Maini FRSUniversity of Oxford
I encourage my group to publish good science in good journals and not to run after the vanity journals.
NoStatutory Professor
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7/2/2017 18:37:13
dorothy.bishop@psy.ox.ac.uk
Dorothy Bishop, FRS, FMedSci, FBA
University of Oxford
1. Running BBSRC course on reproducible methods for ECRs; 2. Running day of talks on reproducibility in Oxford in Sept; 3. Starting discussions at high level with Oxford University to propose we have a policy on this. 4. include requirement for evidence of open/reproducible science in job application. 5. see my blog for relevant posts, e.g. http://deevybee.blogspot.co.uk/2017/05/reproducible-practices-are-future-for.html
Yes
Great and much needed initiative.
Professor of Developmental Neuropsychology
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7/2/2017 22:39:27ball@maths.ox.ac.ukSir John Ball University of Oxford
As a member of the Executive Board of the International Council for Science I advocate a system in which access to the scientific literature is free for authors and readers, and in which inappropriate metrics are not used to evaluate individual researchers.
YesProfessor
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7/1/2017 17:17:33
sasthana@plymouth.ac.uk
Sheena AsthanaUniversity of Plymouth
Co-writing, managing expectations and the difficult balance between idealism and the need to play the game
Yes
Good campaign. Perverse incentives affect us all
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7/3/2017 11:40:22
marcus.munafo@bristol.ac.uk
Marcus MunafoUniversity of Bristol
Promoting an open science culture and a healthy, collaborative and collegial work environment (see: http://www.bris.ac.uk/media-library/sites/expsych/documents/targ/TARG%20Handbook%20161128.pdf)
Yes
Professor of Biological Psychology
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7/3/2017 12:23:21
s.semple@roehampton.ac.uk
Stuart Semple
University of Roehampton
Provide the best mentoring and advice I can give; encourage and explain the value of production of the best science/publications, rather than striving for the ‘sexiest’ science/publications in ‘vanity’ journals; encourage open access and transparency in all aspects of research; discuss frankly how to manage potential conflicts between an idealist approach and maximising chance of career success.
Yes
Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology
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7/3/2017 12:29:29m.fitzgerald@ucl.ac.uk
Maria Fitzgerald FMedSci FRS
University College London
Contact editors to question their decision making processes
No
Only because I've found the press very difficult in the past
Professor of Developmental Neurobiology
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7/3/2017 12:30:37wkmr@roe.ac.ukKen RiceUniversity of Edinburgh
Try to be as supportive as I can be towards the ECRs with whom I have contact.
Yes
Professor of Computational Astrophysics
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7/3/2017 12:49:38
a.d.wilson@leedsbeckett.ac.uk
Andrew D Wilson
Leeds Beckett University
Use my leadership roles as a platform to implement the required changes
YesSenior Lecturer
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7/3/2017 12:50:28u.frith@ucl.ac.ukUta FrithUCLPromote Slow ScienceYesEmeritus Professor
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7/3/2017 13:33:14c.frith@ucl.ac.ukChris Frith
Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging at UCL
encourage fewer, more thorough publications and support open access
No
Emeritus Professor of Neuropsychology
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7/3/2017 13:43:37
anna.p.barnes@ucl.ac.uk
Anna BarnesUCL
Keep my PhD students well informed about the publication process and bias
NoSenior clinical lecturer
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7/3/2017 14:25:16
chambersc1@cardiff.ac.uk
Chris ChambersCardiff University
I will continue to push for Registered Reports (https://cos.io/rr/) to be offered at all empirical scientific journals. I also only hire post-doctoral ECRs in my lab who have open science experience, and together with Felix Schonbrodt I am developing a modular certification scheme for valuing open practices in hiring policies: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ty43Syw0Flkh8ncjW8MZArIkvYe8hLwwhLlIwbtSk_Y/edit
Yes
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience
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7/3/2017 14:34:35rolfzwaan@gmail.comRolf Zwaan
Erasmus University Rotterdam
I include open science practices in my courses and editorial practices, give talks on the topic, blog about it (https://rolfzwaan.blogspot.nl), and comment about it in the media.
YesProfessor
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7/3/2017 14:57:05bjoern@brembs.netBjörn Brembs
University of Regensburg
Let ECRs decide on project, evaluations and publication venue
YesProfessor
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7/3/2017 15:19:45
wtg10@dpmms.cam.ac.uk
Timothy Gowers
University of Cambridge
I will continue to make judgments based on academic quality rather than basing them on proxy measures such as where work is published. In general, I will campaign against the measurement culture that inhibits good science.
Yes
Royal Society Research Professor
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7/3/2017 15:21:42
fanismissirlis@yahoo.com
Fanis MissirlisCinvestav Mexico
Focus always on the science and promote stable working conditions that encourage generosity, collegiality and sharing of ideas, reagents, technologies and insight.
Yes
Please do take note of 3 employment tribunals against Queen Mary University of London who fired scientists that complained about the application of stupid metrics. Magoulas v QMUL, Allen v QMUL, Missirlis v QMUL. All in the public domain as they reached the employment appeal tribunal.
Professor of Physiology
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7/3/2017 15:57:26mjr36@cam.ac.ukMartin ReesCambridge UniversityGlad to respond to queries No
emeritus Professor of Astronomy and Cosmology
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7/3/2017 16:05:11
omid.azadi@shirazu.ac.ir
Omid AzadibougarShiraz UniversityConstantly nag about bad policiesYes
I am not sure how effective this will be, or if its effects will ever reach me. But I agree with the argument and hope for change.
Assistant Professor
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7/3/2017 16:19:20j.m.l.budd@susx.ac.ukDr Julian BuddUniversity of SussexNoResearch Fellow
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7/3/2017 17:53:21
gdelrio.riande@gmail.com
Gimena del RioCONICET
create a global network of researchers and develop a global plan
Yes
It wuld be good to translate this literature and make it circulate in other languages
Researcher
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7/3/2017 18:18:19
aizquier@hunter.cuny.edu
Adrian Izquierdo
City University of New York
YesDoctoral Lecturer
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7/3/2017 20:08:52i.rohlfing@uni-koeln.deIngo RohlfingUniversität zu Köln
Inform ECR about the benefits and opportunities for open research and encourage them to seize the opportunities
NoProfessor
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7/3/2017 20:11:20david@cos.ioDavid Mellor
Center for Open Science
advocate for more open publication, funding, and hiring processes
YesKeep up the good fight!Project Manager
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7/3/2017 21:43:20
a.j.king@swansea.ac.uk
Andrew KingSwansea University
Endorse immediate open publishing and try to publish research in Open Access journals. Publish data, protocols and tools online (open access). Advance gender equality and diversity in my research group.
YesAssociate Professor
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7/3/2017 21:53:25rmk1002@cam.ac.ukRebecca Kilner
University of Cambridge
For colleagues in my Department: training, mentoring, shoulder to cry on, lobbying for cultural change
For prospective colleagues: fairer and more rounded assessment at recruitment: based on a rounded skillset and good science - not just a few 'big' papers; and acknowledging there is more than one successful route through science for men as well as women
No
Professor of Evolutionary Biology
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7/3/2017 22:41:33pm286@cam.ac.ukPeter Murray-Rust
University of Cambridge
I have supported ECRs by setting up Fellowship Programs (Panton Fellows, Shuttleworth Flash Grants, ContentMine Fellows) to give them space to develop their ideas unhindered by the artificial and often unjust restrictions of the current system.
Yes
I applaud any ECR who speaks out - it takes courage.
Reader Emeritus
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7/3/2017 22:43:23
daniel.odonnell@uleth.ca
Daniel Paul O'Donnell
University of Lethbridge
Support DORA principles and Open ScienceYesProfessor
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7/4/2017 1:09:05inge.genee@uleth.caInge Genee
University of Lethbridge
No
Associate professor of linguistics
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7/4/2017 4:07:20
DSmith@mednet.ucla.edu
Desmond J. Smith
Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA
Argue against the use of meta-criteria such as the h-index when evaluating a promotion dossier, whether employed by the candidate or intramural or extramural reviewers.
Yes
I applaud your efforts to encourage scientists to evaluate their colleagues' work based on its actual quality, not where it is published.
Professor
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7/4/2017 10:53:30jrjg1@cam.ac.ukRupert Gatti
Trinity College, Cambridge
Creating availability and awareness of open science processes within the Faculty
Yes
This is a critical issue for scholarly research - how research is disseminated and evaluated must be under the control of researchers. It is wonderful that ECRs are taking the lead in this, you have my full support.
Lecturer in Economics
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7/4/2017 12:23:56
helder.mendesbaiao@gmail.com
Helder Mendes Baiao
University of Oporto (Portugal)
Let's see what happensYesGood luck for allPostdoc researcher
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7/4/2017 16:05:54
j.r.madden@exeter.ac.uk
Joah MaddenUniversity of Exeter
Support THEIR publication strategies. Fund their OA publications where possible. When in a position to appoint, ensure that is is appropriate skills and experience that count - often skills are best advanced by overcoming previous failures, yet this may not produce publishable evidence!
NoAssociate Professor
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7/4/2017 16:33:22
tristram.wyatt@zoo.ox.ac.uk
Tristram Wyatt
Department of Zoology, University of Oxford
No
Senior Research Associate, Emeritus Fellow
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7/5/2017 13:44:03icouzin@orn.mpg.deIain Couzin
Max Planck Institute for Ornithology
To promote a thorough, careful approach to science and to facilitate open access to all outcomes, materials and techniques.
YesDirector
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7/7/2017 23:17:56
christopher.ward@manchester.ac.uk
Chris Ward
The University of Manchester
Yes
This is not just an ECR issue. It is a problem with science in general. Worldwide.
Reader in Stem Cell Biology
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7/8/2017 13:21:32helena@karlfeldt.netHelena Karlfeldt
Stockholms Sjukhem's unit for research, development and education
Voice my support. Fight the current system while I'm pursuing my PhD.
NoResearch assistant
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7/10/2017 15:19:28
jamillahussain05@yahoo.com
Jamilla Hussain
Hull York Medical School
I am a doctoral studentNo
I consider this to be a really important initiative, the current model for publishing research and assessing researchers is reducing the value of research and impacting patient care in the NHS- it must change.
Clinical research fellow
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7/12/2017 19:36:24
n.penfold@elifesciences.org
Naomi PenfoldeLife
In my job, I contribute to work to build as excellent an alternative publishing infrastructure as possible so that when they feel able to consider the alternatives, these options serve them well. Through this work, I meet many people involved in advocating for open, building new tools, and supporting researchers. Wherever possible, I will connect people to better tools, to peer support, and to opportunities I know about that may help them to pursue a research career in the way they wish to practise research. I pledge to support ECRs in the 'open' community as best I can.
NoInnovation Officer
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7/13/2017 15:27:58
s.russell@gen.cam.ac.uk
Steve Russell
University of Cambridge
Only publish in open journals, be active in ensuring department recruitment is based on science not journal names, encourage use of pre-print servers, support pre-prints and SF-DORA in all research funding committees I serve on.
Yes
Professor of Genome Biology
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7/20/2017 23:04:14
hervemaisonneuve@gmail.com
Maisonneuve
Consultant, Paris France
Increase the awareness of these actions among the French scientific networks, and the recently-named research integrity officers!
Yes
Former associate professor Public Health
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7/20/2017 1:33:48ethorste@une.edu.auEinar Thorsteinsson
University of New England, Australia
Support the use of open access (e.g., articles, data, and software) and encourage submitting research findings (incl. data) to open access journals and platforms.
YesAssociate Professor
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7/21/2017 9:32:01
laura.fortunato@anthro.ox.ac.uk
Laura FortunatoUniversity of Oxford
I currently lead the Reproducible Research Oxford project (rroxford.github.io), which provides training in effective computing practices for reproducibility, and I have incorporated such training in graduate level teaching I am involved in more broadly. I consider and promote open research practices in peer evaluation.
YesA great initiative!
Associate Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology
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7/24/2017 16:47:36
Melissa.Bateson@ncl.ac.uk
Melissa Bateson
Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University, UK.
I act as an advisor or independent mentor for several ECRs. I aim to set an example by actively choosing to publish my work in Open Access journals and publishing my data and data analysis scripts to provide full transparency. I have been successful in my career without ever publishing in Science or Nature.
YesProfessor of Ethology
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7/25/2017 16:39:20
salllyfractal@hotmail.com
Sally IngramNoneAll I canNo
Wonderful - all power to your campaign ...
Natural Philosopher
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7/26/2017 12:36:34daniel.nettle@ncl.ac.ukDaniel NettleNewcastle University
Oppose the impact factor culture higher up in the university; embed open science policies in my collaborations; speak up in hiring and grant decisions
Yes
I am inspired by your campaign
Professor of Behavioural Science
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