About the eventThe Research Integrity Rounds are organized 3 times a year for master students and research staff. read more
About the event
The Research Integrity Rounds are organized at Radboudumc to stimulate dialogue and debate about matters of research integrity.
All members of the academic community, from student to PhD candidate to professor, are invited to join this exchange.
Please note that PhD candidates can add the Research Integrity Rounds to their Training and Supervision Plan (TSP).
Research Integrity Round 22 March 2023
Collegetour with Prof. Hedi Claahsen, Prof. Sandra Heskamp and Prof. Bas Bloemread more
Research Integrity Round 22 March 2023
What makes doing science so attractive to Hedi Claahsen, professor of Differences in sex development & transgender care? And was Sandra Heskamp, professor of Nuclear imaging and therapy in immuno-oncology, ever confronted with sloppy science or questionable research practices? Which temptations did Bas Bloem, professor of Neurological movement disorders, successfully withstand to stay on track in science?
Anything you ever wanted to ask these Radboudumc scientists, you can ask them during the online College Tour on 22 March 2023. Talk show host Dr Jos Kole will invite three experienced researchers from Radboudumc to talk freely about their successes and failures in research, the ambitions and dreams that drive them in science, their motivation and (perhaps sometimes?) desperation in doing research. What does make the life of a scientist meaningful? How did great success come about? Which discoveries are they most proud of?
Scientific integrity is often associated with avoiding fraud and keeping away from questionable research practices and sloppy science. Yet, this is a rather negative way to approach scientific integrity. Having attended several classes, courses and workshops on research integrity, one may easily get the idea that science is a muddy practice, better to be avoided than to join in. During this College Tour talk show, we want to turn things around and shed light on the other, more positive side: why is it so engaging to do research in an excellent way?
Of course, we won’t shut our eyes for all the things that may go wrong, the negative consequences of hard competition and perverse incentives. Yet, there is much that makes science worthwhile and there are all kinds of reason to try to do science in the best way possible.
Questions for the guests
During the College Tour you can submit your questions for Hedi, Sandra and Bas via the Q&A.
Time and location
Wednesday 22 March 2023 16:00 – 17:30 hrs
The meeting will be a webinar. The webinar link will be sent to you after registration.
Registration is required. Please register via www.radboudumc.nl/researchintegrityrounds.
We invite all master students, junior and senior researchers and other staff members to attend this event and join the discussion.
Please note that PhD candidates can add the Research Integrity Rounds to their Training and Supervision Plan.
Research Integrity Round 13 September 2023 #MeTooAcademia: The Learning Curve
15:00 hrs: Walk-in
15:15 hrs: Start Research Integrity Round
- Welcome by Prof. Guillén Fernández
- Theatre play #MeTooAcademia: The Learning Curve by Acteursgenootschap
- See for more information and trailer: #MeTooAcademia: The Learning Curve | Het Acteursgenootschap
- Discussion lead by moderator Dr. Jos Kole
17:00 hrs: Drinks
Time and location
Time: Wednesday 13 September 2023 15:00 – 17:30 hrs
Location: Radboudumc Experience Center (Auditorium) - Geert Grooteplein 15 Nijmegen
Research Integrity Round 21 September 2022 Publication ethics: Promises, problems and perspectives
Guests: Dr. Tamarinde Haven (Charité, Berlin), Prof. Iris Nagtegaal (Radboudumc), Prof. Bart Kiemeney (Radboudumc)view the webinar
Webinar 16:00 - 17:30 hrs:
- 22 March 2023
- 14 June 2023
On site: Radboudumc Experience Center (Auditorium) 15:00 - 17:30 hrs:
- 13 September 2023
More information will follow.
The Research Integrity Rounds have been organized since September 2018.read more
- September 2022: "Publication ethics: Promises, problems and perspectives". Guests: Dr. Tamarinde Haven (Charité, Berlin), Prof. Iris Nagtegaal (Radboudumc), Prof. Bart Kiemeney (Radboudumc). View the webinar.
- March 2022: "Research Integrity in times of crisis: Juggling slow and fast science". Guests: Dr. Daniel Warmerdam, Prof. Debby Gerritsen, Prof. Marcel Olde Rikkert, Prof. Saskia Middeldorp. View the webinar. Read the blog.
- December 2021: "The challenges of collaboration with profit and non-profit organisations". Guests: Tanya Sluyter (Novartis Pharma B.V.), Prof. Carel Hoyng (Dept. of Opthalmology) and Prof. Lex Bouter (Amsterdam UMC). View the webinar. Read the blog. Presentation Prof. Lex Bouter. Presentation Tanya Sluyter.
- September 2021: “The Dark Side of Science: Misconduct in Biomedical Research”. Guest: Dr Elisabeth Bik. Read the blog
- March 2021: Research Integrity Rounds - College Tour. Dorine Swinkels - professor of Laboratory Medicine, Maroeska Rovers - professor of Evidence-based Surgery and Marcel Olde Rikkert - professor of Clinical Geriatrics. View the webinar
- December 2020: “Recognition and Rewards for Radboudumc Academics”. Guests: Prof. Jeroen Geurts (Director ZonMw), Dr Annemijn Algra (UMC Utrecht, Young Science in Transition), Dean Prof. Jan Smit. View the webinar. Read the blog.
- September 2020: “Sex and gender and research integrity: a tale of how and who”. Guests: Prof. Hanneke Takkenberg (Erasmus University), Prof. Sabine Oertelt, Dean Prof. Jan Smit. View the webinar
- March 2020: “Can we change science? Yes, we can?” Guest: Prof. Frank Miedema, one of the persons who started the Dutch Science in Transition movement in 2013
- December 2019: “Facing Integrity Challenges: How does Peer Review cause or resolve issues?”. Guests: Serge Horbach, researcher and expert on peer review in relation to scientific integrity, and Prof. Roshan Cools, researcher and editor of a scientific journal
- September 2019: “Scientists on the sofa. How to survive as researcher without losing your integrity”. Guests: Joeri Tijdink, author of the book “Wetenschappers op de sofa”, DCMN director Prof. Guillen Fernandez and PhD candidate Tamara van Woezik
- March 2019: College tour with three experienced Radboudumc researchers (Prof. Alessandra Cambi, Prof. Judith Prins, Dr Edo Richard) who spoke about their experiences with perverse stimuli but also about their passion for research
- February 2019: Introduction of the new Netherlands Code of Conduct for Research Integrity with the interactive play “The ConScience App” followed by a discussion based on the new code
- December 2018: Movie ‘On being a scientist’ with a discussion led by one of the initiators of the movie Prof. Frans van Lunteren, Professor of history of the Natural Sciences at Leiden University
- September 2018: Authorship of Master students: a matter of scientific integrity?