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NRIN Research Symposium

On December the 3rd NRIN organizes its annual symposium. This year we created a program where research on research is presented from different angles and multiple disciplines, with the purpose to broaden the perspective on research integrity.

We are excited about our line-up and hope to see you digitally on the 3rd! Find the full program (also available in  PDF and registration link below).


10:00-10:10 Welcome 
10:10-10:50 Prof. dr. Herman Paul, Universiteit Leiden
  Virtues and Vices in 21st-Century Academia: Historical and Research Ethical Perspectives
10:50-11:30 Tamarinde Haven, PhD Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  Towards a responsible research climate: Findings from academics in Amsterdam. 
11:30-12:10 Krishma Labib, PhD Amsterdam UMC
  Research integrity education and training at research institutions - Insights from a focus group study.
12:10-12:40 lunchbreak (offline)
12:40-13:40                  Sessions round 1
  A: Science in a pandemic: is open science helping or hurting integrity of research? Gowri Gopalakrishna, postdoc Amsterdam UMC
  B: The Myth of Null Hypothesis Significance Testing -Jonáh Stunt, postdoc Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
13:40-13:45 Short break (offline) 
13:45 -14:45 Sessions round 2
  A: Responsible open science -unintended result of plan S. -Thed van Leeuwen, Associate Professor Universiteit Leiden
  B: Usefulness of RCTs  -Janneke van ‘t Hooft, PhD Amsterdam UMC 
14:45-14:55 Short break (offline)
14:55-15:35 Pieter Huistra, Associate Professor Universiteit Utrecht
  Are replication studies in the humanities useful?
15:35-16:15 Rik Peels, Associate Professor Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  Progress in the Humanities.
16:15 Closing Remarks


Event Information

Event Date Thu 03-12-2020 10:00
Location Online

We are no longer accepting registration for this event