Has COVID-19 affected your research?

A 30-second poll to capture the impact of the pandemic

By Christopher Tancock - September 22, 2020  1 mins
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Lockdown measures implemented across the world are impacting research and researchers short-term. In addition, the pandemic might affect research long-term - from a shift towards COVID- or related research, changes to funding priorities, and the inability to conduct research that requires social interaction. Has the pandemic affected your research in the past, and do you expect long-term effects?


Is COVID-19 impacting your research?

Which of the following statements applies to you?

Lockdown measures have *not* significantly impacted my research, and I do *not* expect any long term changes
Lockdown measures have affected the way I was able to do research, but I do *not* expect any long term changes
Lockdown measures have *not* significantly impacted my research, but I am expecting long term effects on my research
Lockdown measures have affected the way I was able to do research, and I am expecting long term effects on my research

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Christopher Tancock
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Christopher Tancock

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Christopher Tancock

Christopher Tancock is Editor-in-Chief of Elsevier's Editors', Authors' and Reviewers' Updates and works on related communications projects. Based in Oxford, Chris has degrees in European studies and linguistics and is founder of Pint of Life, an initiative which delivers free life-saving skills into the local community.

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