Member Voices

SORTEE member voices – Vijayan Jithin

[SORTEE member voices is a weekly Q&A with a different SORTEE member]     Name: Vijayan Jithin.   Date: 02 July 2021.   Position: Masters Student.   Research and/or work interests: I am interested in ecology, evolution and media. Currently my work focuses on habitat ecology, behavioral adaptations, and education.   What do you see as the greatest challenge facing the open / reliable / transparent science movement at large or specifically in ecology and evolutionary biology?

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SORTEE member voices – Michael Jennions

[SORTEE member voices is a weekly Q&A with a different SORTEE member]     Name: Michael Jennions.   Date: 02 July 2021.   Position: Professor of Evolutionary Ecology.   Research and/or work interests: sexual selection; behavioural ecology; evolutionary ecology.   Where were you born and raised? I was born in Manchester, UK. And I was raised in Johannesburg, South Africa.     Where to find you online?: http://thejennionslab.weebly.com/    

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SORTEE member voices: Dylan Gomes

[SORTEE Member Voices is a weekly Q&A with a different SORTEE member]     Name: Dylan Gomes.   Date: 02 July 2021.   Position: Postdoctoral Researcher.   Research and/or work interests: I am broadly interested in the wildlife conservation (especially human-impacts to wildlife), statistical methods (particularly LMM/GLMM), and the cultural and institutional practices in science (especially regarding sharing data and code, statistical/methodological choices, peer-review, and the hierarchical nature of research institutions and how this hierarchy influences author lists and workloads).

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SORTEE member voices: Gerald Carter

[SORTEE Member Voices is a weekly Q&A with a different SORTEE member]     Name: Gerald Carter.   Date: 02 July 2021.   Position: Assistant Professor.   Research and/or work interests: animal behavior, cooperation, communication, cognition, reciprocity, bats.   What do you see as the greatest challenge facing the open / reliable / transparent science movement?: I think the greatest challenge for open, reliable, and transparent science is changing actual human behavior rather than just identifying what everyone should do.

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