- Much of my current time goes into curating the research agenda of the MEta-Research Innovation Centre at Stanford (METRICS), whilst I run several personal projects,which include the following collaborations:
- The integrity of self-retracting scientists, a qualitative research study in collaboration with Medard Hilhorst, of Erasmus MC, The Netherlands.
- From countries to individuals : unravelling the causes of bias and misconduct with multilevel meta-meta-analysis 2013-2014, PI, in collaboration with John PA Ioannidis, Stanford University, funded by NIH/Office of Research Integrity, 165,000 USD/year
- Historical trends of scientists' "productivity", PI, in collaboration with Vincent Larivière, Université de Montréa
- No study’s perfect: A cross-disciplinary analysis of published errata, PI, work partially funded by the Committee On Publication Ethics (COPE), 5,000 GBP, now in collaboration with Vincent Larivière, Université de Montréal
, and Rodrigo Costas Comesana, Leiden University.
- Is research in the United States more biased than in the UK? Partially funded by a Strategic Research Support Fund of the School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh (700 GBP)
- Bias, misconduct and the Hierarchy of the Sciences: towards a unified science of scientific objectivity. 2010-2013, Leverhulme Early-Career Fellowship 78,000 GBP ca
- Quantifying objectivity in the natural and social sciences. 2008-2010, Marie Curie Intra-European fellowship, 160,000 euro ca.