I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy (CFA), Aarhus University. I hold a PhD and a master’s degree in information science from the University of Montreal, and a bachelor’s degree in management.
My main area of research is scholarly communication. I am interested in the dynamics and practices of knowledge production, dissemination and use, as well as research evaluation and governance. I mainly use bibliometric and other quantitative methods to study a broad range of topics such as division labor and capital in research teams, scientific misconduct, open access, data sharing and reuse, research funding, interdisciplinarity, and altmetrics.
One of the central themes of my research is the reward system of science. I’m particularly interested in the practices through which credit is attributed to researchers for their work, namely through authorship, contributorship, inventorship, and acknowledgements. I’m interested in how these practices are shaped by disciplinary norms, policies, evaluation practices, and how they reflect the division of labor in research teams.
More information on my research is available here.