Making decisions at times of uncertainty, by Nils-Eric Sahlin MAE

Making decisions at times of uncertainty, by Nils-Eric Sahlin MAE



Nils-Eric Sahlin MAE tells us about his research on decision-making under conditions of uncertainty, and his contribution to the recent evidence review on ‘Making Sense of Science for Policy’, coordinated by Academia Europaea.

About Nils-Eric Sahlin MAE

Nils-Eric Sahlin
Photo courtesy of Mikael Risedal

Professor Nils-Eric Sahlin MAE is the former Chair of the Swedish Research Council’s Expert Group on Ethics and a current member of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE).  He was a member of the SAPEA international working group that produced the Evidence Review Report, Making Sense of Science for Policy under Conditions of Complexity and Uncertainty (SAPEA, 2019), which was coordinated by Academia Europaea.





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Neuroinfection and COVID-19: by MAEs Luca Steardo, Robert Zorec and Alex Verkhratsky

Neuroinfection and COVID-19: by MAEs Luca Steardo, Robert Zorec and Alex Verkhratsky



Members of Academia Europaea, Luca Steardo, Robert Zorec and Alex Verkhratsky, have published a commentary entitled ‘Neuroinfection may contribute to pathophysiology and clinical manifestations of COVID-19’.
  

The article considers whether coronavirus may enter the central nervous system of humans and infect neural cells, and the possible neurological and psychiatric impacts of neuroinflammation.

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Coronavirus: AE Cardiff update

Coronavirus: AE Cardiff update


The Academia Europaea Cardiff Knowledge Hub will continue to operate, responding to local conditions and instructions and staff health. As far as possible we will work remotely. Please understand if replies to emails and other actions take longer and sometimes phone calls will not be picked up. We will focus on critical business at this time. Keep safe!



18th March 2020. For further information please contact AECardiffHub@cardiff.ac.uk

Call for Reviewers – Rapid Review Network for COVID-19

Call for Reviewers – Rapid Review Network for COVID-19


About the call

The Royal Society Open Science is a fast, open journal publishing high-quality original research across the entire range of science based on objective peer-review. The journal is issuing a special call for Registered Report (RR) submissions that are relevant to COVID-19 in any field, including but not limited to biological, medical, economic, and psychological research.

The journal is seeking reviewers in all fields to help with this extraordinary effort by agreeing to review manuscripts within 24 to 48 hours after accepting a review request.

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