Selected policy engagement and policy papers.
- Awardee at the 2019 Imperial College President’s Address, “recognized for outstanding achievements in policy engagement“.
- Vice-Chair of Policy for the Marie Curie Alumni Association, a Brussels-based researcher-advocacy organization with 13,000+ members.
- Invited member of the World Economic Forum Expert Network.
- Invited contributor, Voice of the Future meeting at UK Parliament.
- Invited speaker to “How to Engage with Policy-Makers” session organized by the European Commission.
- Associate Editor of the science and policy journal Angle based at Imperial College London.
- Lead author on a perspective in the Journal of the American Chemical Society and an editorial in Angewandte Chemie (from the German Chemical Society) on improving research culture and research strategy.
- Lead author from the Marie Curie Alumni Association on the policy paper “Joint Statement on Open Access for Researchers via Plan S“.
- Invited participant in panel debate on open science with Elsevier.
- Authored and co-authored several policy papers.
- “Let’s focus on the research process, not the outputs“, blog post in London School of Economics’ Impact Blog.
- Commentary on mental health of ECRs in Nature 557, 129-131 (2018).
- Essay on work-life balance for excellence in research in Science 364, 98 (2019).
- Invited panel member, Mapping the Future of Reasearch Assessment at Imperial College London.
- Organized and hosted a session on “Healthy and supportive environments for PhD candidates: Paving the way for good practices” at the Vitae Researcher Development International Conference.
- Author, MCAA European Research Funding policy paper.
- Organized and hosted panel discussion on Open Science at the Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF) 2018 in Toulouse, France.
- Associate Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
- Blog post in London School of Economics’ Impact Blog on the future of academic publishing.
- Editorial: March for Science in Chemistry in Australia.
- Author, statement on “Plan S” for open science, with follow-up blog post here.
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