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Wednesday, November 24 • 8:30am - 10:00am
146: Does good science lead to good advice and policy making? - Rethinking the science-advice-policy link in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Organized by: Frontiers

The panel will present and discuss the results of a series of interviews with selected science advisors, experts and policy makers conducted in the frame of Frontiers Policy Labs during the timeframe 2020/2021. Our qualitative research addresses the questions including how to change the world with Science? What can we learn from COVID-19 on why the world was not better prepared and how the science system as it was set up globally pre-COVID contributed to the failures/ successes observed? The goal is targeted at real-world solutions to these system failures and how to avoid them in future health/ other crises

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Jean-Claude Burgelman

Professor of Open Science Policies and Practices, Free University of Brussels, Editor in Chief, Frontiers Policy Lab
Jean-Claude Burgelman is professor of Open Science Policies and Practices at the Free University of Brussels; Faculty of Social Science and Solvay Business School. He retired on 1-3-2020 from the European Commission as Open Access Envoy and head of unit Open Science at DG RTD. He... Read More →

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Remi Quirion

Inaugural Chief Scientist of Quebec and the President of the three Board of Directors, Fonds de recherche du Québec and President Elect of INGSA
Professor Rémi Quirion is the inaugural Chief Scientist of Quebec and the President of the three Board of Directors of the Fonds de recherche du Québec since July 1st, 2011. A McGill Full Professor, Psychiatry and outgoing Scientific Director at the Douglas Mental Health University... Read More →
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Mamokghethi Phakeng

Vice-Chancellor, University of Cape Town
Mamokgethi (Kgethi) Phakeng began her term of office as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Town on 1 July 2018. She holds a PhD in Mathematics Education from the University of the Witwatersrand and is a highly regarded B1 NRF-rated scientist with over 80 research papers and... Read More →
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Ruth Morgan

Vice Dean (Interdisciplinarity Entrepreneurship), UCL Faculty of Engineering Sciences Professor of Crime and Forensic Science, UCL Department of Security and Crime Science
Professor Ruth Morgan is Professor of Crime and Forensic Science at University College London (UCL). She is Vice Dean (Interdisciplinarity Entrepreneurship) of the UCL Faculty of Engineering Sciences and the Founder and Director of the UCL Centre for the Forensic Sciences.  She leads... Read More →
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Caroline Wagner

faculty member, John Glenn College of Public Affairs, Ohio State, US
Caroline S. Wagner is a faculty member at the John Glenn School of Public Affairs, The Ohio State University since 2011, where she is an affiliate of Battelle Center for Science in the Public Interest, and the East Asian Studies Center. From 2011 until 2020, she held the Milton... Read More →

Wednesday November 24, 2021 8:30am - 10:00am EST