Meredith Niles: Open Research Unlocks Career Opportunities

Posted by Lauren Hertel on Monday, June 6 2016


In this PLOScast, Elizabeth Seiver speaks with Meredith Niles, an early career researcher and a member of the Board of Directors at PLOS. They discuss all things Open and how Open Access research played a role in Meredith’s path to becoming an assistant professor of Nutrition and Food Sciences at the University of Vermont.

If you’re a researcher interested in how Open research can impact your career, this episode is for you.

Together they cover:

  • How Meredith landed her current position at UVM
  • The benefits and risks of publishing open access research
  • How to create a data management plan
  • Things to check before making your data open
  • How to handle impostor syndrome
  • Advice for early career researchers interested in making their research open

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