Dr. Mehrdad Jalalian. Academic Journalism, Publication Ethics

Press release and interview request

Press release and interview request


Newspaper reporter, news editors, and public relation officers of universities and scientific institutes can call me to make arrangements for an interview or invite me to write for them on:

  • Hijacked journals
  • Fake publishers
  • Predatory open access publishing
  • My ideas on re-thinking the assessment of scientific research and publications
  • Misleading metrics and fake impact factors
  • My ideas on research policy
  • Research ethics
  • Publication ethics

Requests should be submitted no less than two weeks in advance of event. 

 Click here to read the interview with me published on "Research Information Magazine", from Cambridge, England, on August.11.2014


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Website (English) (Updates and download articles): http://www.MehrdadJalalian.com

Website (Persian-Farsi): http://www.DrMehrdad.com

Researchgate: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mehrdad_Jalalian 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dr-Mehrdad-Jalalian/210086002409196

Twitter: https://twitter.com/drjalalian


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