Research Integrity and Covid-19

Articles, TV Broadcasts and Interviews on Covid-19 and Open Science Practices

  • Heading into year 3 of the pandemic, a reflection on the rise of preprints and how rapid data sharing has changed science forever. Read this joint interview piece with Gowri Gopalakrishna in Nature Medicine on 20 Jan 2022.


  • Read our latest piece on BMJ Opinion published on 8 June 2020 on the urgent need to safeguard research integrity during the covid-19 pandemic.


  • Gowri Gopalakrisha recently shared her views with NWO (Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek) along with 3 other Dutch researchers on the opinion epidemic happening during the covid-19 pandemic. Read it here.



  • Gowri Gopalakrishna is an invited guest at the Pakhuis de Zwijger on 29 May 2020; live streaming starts at 2030-2130 hrs. See link for details. She will share her experience as an epidemiologist during the SARS outbreak in Singapore in 2003, her current research on responsible research practices and open science and its impact on the covid-19 pandemic.



  • "A lot of half-baked science is now emerging in corona time" According to NSRI Project Secretary, Gowri Gopalakrishna.

       A full interview can be read here (in Dutch): 

  • In the last weeks, NSRI project secretary, Gowri Gopalakrishna talked about the importance of transparency and open science around the Covid-19 research and policies. Both as an experienced epidemiologist in Singapore during the SARS-epidemic in 2003, but also as an advocate of research integrity and open research during the current Corona-crisis. The broadcast on National Dutch TV, NOS, can be viewed here (in Dutch).

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  • Her interview on ARTE TV making a call for open research practices can be viewed here:





  • Below is a joint interview piece in the well-respected Dutch national newspaper De Volkskrant where Gowri Gopalakrishna was interviewed about the effects of speed science during the covid-19 crisis and how the scientific community can deal with this (in Dutch).