Recommenders for PCI Meta-Research

A recommender manages preprint evaluation. His/her role is very similar to that of a journal editor (handling preprints, finding reviewers, collecting reviews, editorial decisions based on reviews), with the article eventually being recommended (or not) after several rounds of reviews. PCI Meta-Research recommenders can recommend up to five articles per year. They are expected to comply with the code of conduct of PCI Meta-Research, are eligible for selection as a member of the Managing Board for a period of two years, and can propose the nomination of new recommenders to the Managing Board.


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12 recommenders selected
Alexandra BANNACH-BROWNInstitute for Evidence-Based Healthcare, Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia
Chris CHARTIERPSA, Ashland University, Ashland, United States of America
Gemma DERRICKCentre for Higher Education Research and Evaluation, Lancaster University, Lancaster, United Kingdom
Sarahanne FIELDvan Ravenzwaaij Metascience lab, Psychometrics and Statistics Dept., University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands
ricardo HARTLEYNon, Universidad Central de Chile, Santiago, Chile
Mathew LINGMisinformation Lab, Deakin Uni, Burwood, Australia
Ivonne LUJANO VILCHISDirectory of Open Access Journals, Directory of Open Access Journals, Tempe, United States of America
Esther MAASSENMethodology and Statistics, Tilburg University, Tilburg, Netherlands
Witness MAPANGANon-Communicable Diseases Research Division, University of Witwatersrand, Pretoria, South Africa
Sylvain PIRYCBGP, INRA, Montpellier, France
Anne M. SCHEELHuman-Technology Interaction group, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Iara VIDALBiblioteca Mario Henrique Simonsen, FGV, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil