My blog posts
Research is a highly ‘visible’ activity, with data available about research collaborations, publications, open peer review practice, citations, participation... >>
The research estate comprises both physical and intangible assets including equipment, facilities, code and software, intellectual property and even methods,... >>
Research data infrastructure needs to keep pace with technology, look to the future, and focus on trust
Back in the mid-2000s, the open-source ‘data lake’ emerged. Structured and unstructured data could flow in, promising innovative and unlimited insights. Today... >>
I focus on the delivery and implementation of Jisc’s higher education and research strategic themes, supporting Jisc to deliver a sustainable support and services across higher education and research supported by diverse revenue streams and partnerships.
My role involves senior engagement across Jisc, and with higher education, research and professional leaders in the UK and internationally.
I’m also co-investigator and deputy director of the UK Data Service.
I bring expertise in research and innovation management and teaching and research impact, higher education and research and public sector data management, developing open data resources and information access rights in the public sector, and also public and voluntary sector policy development.