Elevate Podcast: Nick Hudson – The quest for open science

30 May 2022

In this broadcast, Dan Astin-Gregory of Elevate Podcast is joined by Nick Hudson, chairman of PANDA, to address some of the socio-political factors that propelled the mainstream pandemic narrative and how trust can subsequently be rebuilt in science in the wake of Covid-19.

In this conversation Nick sows the seeds of hope by sharing his vision for PANDA as an organisation that can reinvigorate academic discourse and bias free research, producing seminal work on what went wrong with the pandemic response.

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