Note: most of my output can also be viewed on my ORCID profile.
As a data steward, my job is to help researchers with their research data management questions and issues. For different labs, this can mean different things. For example, I may help them with creating metadata, taking care of privacy issues, making data FAIR, helping to write a data management plan and thinking about code and software sharing.
I see research data management as part of open science, but not the entire story. There is more to open science than 'just' data sharing. For example, I think that open science means collaborating instead of competing, and being inclusive and transparent across the entire research cycle. See also Utrecht University's vision on open science, which is a good reflection of my own views.
Science communication is a personal interest of mine. I therefore try to involve it as much as possible in my job and encourage researchers to think about the meaning of their work for society. I am also very interested in how to involve a more diverse audience in scientific activities.
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