Gowri Gopalakrishna is an epidemiologist and mixed methods methodologist with many years of public and private public health experience. Some of her more notable contributions include her role in the control and containment of the SARS outbreak in Singapore in 2003. She has been featured in the Dutch media for her SARS experience and later, was part of an independent group of multi-disciplinary national experts reviewing the Dutch national covid response. She was also featured in various media on emerging issues around impact of speed science, open science and research integrity during the covid pandemic. In the last 3 years, she has been lead investigator to the Dutch National Survey on Research Integrity, one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive studies on research integrity. She is currently Chair of the Equity Coordinating Committee of the International Federation of Biosafety Associations and Editorial Board member of BMC Medical Research Methodology.
Talk: Institutional research integrity: a case study from the Dutch National Survey on Research Integrity
Gowri her talk will use the key results from the Dutch National Survey on Research Integrity as a case study to illustrate ways in which academic institutions can foster research integrity. It will touch on the explanatory factors we found most important in the survey results. She will also share practical implementable actions that were discussed in the last year of the project as ways institutions and their related stakeholders in the academic research landscape can help foster research integrity at the micro, meso and macro levels.
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