Martin Reinhart

Prof. Dr. Martin Reinhart

Research Area Research System and Science Dynamics
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Professor Martin Reinhart studied sociology, economics and computer science at the University of Basel (Switzerland), specialising in science studies and the work of Robert K. Merton. From 2004 to 2010 he did his doctorate in the context of a research project about peer review procedures in science at the Science Studies Program in Basel. From 2010 he was a lecturer at the Universities of Basel, Lucerne, and ETH Zürich and from 2011 a post-doc in the research project "Reproducibility and Innovation – Boundary Work in Science" at the Collegium Helveticum (ETH Zürich). He has been assistant professor at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin since September 2012 and has worked in Research Area 2: Research System & Science Dynamics at the DZHW since 2016.

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Academic research fields

Science Studies, Sociology of Science, Peer Review, Sociology of Valuation, Sociology of Organisations.

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Determinants and effects of cooperation in homogeneous and heterogeneous research clusters (DEKiF)
Publications

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Analysing Sentiments in Peer Review Reports: Evidence from Two Science Funding Agencies.

Luo, J., Feliciani, T., Reinhart, M., Hartstein, J., Das, V., Alabi, O., & Shankar, K. (2021).
Analysing Sentiments in Peer Review Reports: Evidence from Two Science Funding Agencies. Quantitative Science Studies. https://doi.org/10.1162/qss_a_00156

Cycles of Invisibility: The Limits of Transparency in Dealing with Scientific Misconduct.

Hesselmann, F., & Reinhart, M. (2021).
Cycles of Invisibility: The Limits of Transparency in Dealing with Scientific Misconduct. Social Studies of Science, 51(3), 414-438. https://doi.org/10.1177/0306312720975201
Abstract

Sanctions for plagiarism, falsification and fabrication in research are primarily symbolic. This paper investigates sanctions for scientific misconduct and their preceding investigation processes as visible and legitimate symbols. Using three different data sources (retraction notices, expert interviews, and a survey of scientists), we show that sanctions for scientific misconduct operate within a cycle of visibility, in which sanctions are highly visible, while investigation and decision-making procedures remain mostly invisible. This corresponds to high levels of acceptance of sanctions in the scientific community, but a low acceptance of the respective authorities. Such a punitiveness in turn exacerbates confidentiality concerns, so that

Kritische Bestandsaufnahme des BIH Charité (Junior) Clinician Scientist Programms: Untersuchungen einer integrierten Forschungs- und Facharztweiterbildung in der Universitätsmedizin.

Hendriks, B., Schendzielorz, C., Heger, C., & Reinhart, M. (2021).
Kritische Bestandsaufnahme des BIH Charité (Junior) Clinician Scientist Programms: Untersuchungen einer integrierten Forschungs- und Facharztweiterbildung in der Universitätsmedizin. Berlin: DZHW.

The lottery in Babylon—On the role of chance in scientific success.

Reinhart, M., & Schendzielorz, C. (2020).
The lottery in Babylon—On the role of chance in scientific success. Journal of Responsible Innovation. https://doi.org/10.1080/23299460.2020.1806429

Science Blogs as Critique – Building Public Identities in the Field of Translational Research.

Hendriks, B., & Reinhart, M. (2020).
Science Blogs as Critique – Building Public Identities in the Field of Translational Research. Science & Technology Studies, 33, 19-38. https://doi.org/10.23987/sts.75153

Perspectives on translation in practice. How practitioners between bench and bedside evaluate biomedical translation.

Simons, A., Hendriks, B., Reinhart. M., & Ahmed, F. (2020).
Perspectives on translation in practice. How practitioners between bench and bedside evaluate biomedical translation. Science & Public Policy. https://doi.org/10.1093/scipol/scaa035

Die Regierung der Wissenschaft im Peer Review.

Schendzielorz, C., & Reinhart, M. (2020).
Die Regierung der Wissenschaft im Peer Review. der moderne Staat- Zeitschrift für Public Policy, Recht und Management, 1/2020, 101-123. Opladen: Verlag Barbara Budrich. https://doi.org/10.3224/dms.v13i1.10

Assessing the Organizational Climate for Translational Research with a New Survey Tool.

Simons, A., Riedel, N., Toelch, U., Hendriks, B., Ohlraun, S., Liebenau, L., ... & Reinhart, M. (2020).
Assessing the Organizational Climate for Translational Research with a New Survey Tool. Science and Engineering Ethics.

Fragmentierte Sichtbarkeiten: Visualität, Sichtbarkeit und Unsichtbarkeit beim Umgang mit wissenschaftlichem Fehlverhalten.

Hesselmann, F., & Reinhart, M. (2020).
Fragmentierte Sichtbarkeiten: Visualität, Sichtbarkeit und Unsichtbarkeit beim Umgang mit wissenschaftlichem Fehlverhalten. Kriminologisches Journal, 52(1), 6-20.

"Keine Exzellenz ohne Mittelklasse!" Kritik an Quantifizierungsdynamiken in Bewertungsprozessen aus dem Innern der Wissenschaft. Beitrag zur Ad-Hoc-Gruppe "Grenzen der Quantifizierung in der Datengesellschaft".

Hendriks, B., Reinhart, M., & Schendzielorz, C. (2019).
"Keine Exzellenz ohne Mittelklasse!" Kritik an Quantifizierungsdynamiken in Bewertungsprozessen aus dem Innern der Wissenschaft. Beitrag zur Ad-Hoc-Gruppe "Grenzen der Quantifizierung in der Datengesellschaft". In Burzan, N., Komplexe Dynamiken Globaler und Lokaler Entwicklungen. Verhandlungen des 39. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Göttingen 2018.

Science means never having to say you're sorry? Apologies for scientific misconduct.

Hesselmann, F., & Reinhart, M. (2019).
Science means never having to say you're sorry? Apologies for scientific misconduct. Science Communication, 41(5), 552-579. Sage.

How practicioners between bench and bedside evaluate biomedical translation.

Simons, A., Hendriks, B., Reinhart, M., & Ahmed, F. (2019).
How practicioners between bench and bedside evaluate biomedical translation. SocArXiv [preprint]. https://doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/srcma

Science Blogs as Critique—Building Public Identities in the Field of Translational Research.

Hendriks, B., & Reinhart, M. (2019).
Science Blogs as Critique—Building Public Identities in the Field of Translational Research. Science & Technology Studies(Reihe) [preprint]. https://doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/u5erv

Fraud and Misconduct in Research: Detection, Investigation, and Organizational Response by Nachman Ben-Yehuda and Amalya Oliver-Lumerman.

Reinhart, M. (2019).
Fraud and Misconduct in Research: Detection, Investigation, and Organizational Response by Nachman Ben-Yehuda and Amalya Oliver-Lumerman. American Journal of Sociology , 124(5), 1598-1600. https://doi.org/10.1086/701692

What are clinician scientists expected to do? The undefined space for professionalizable work in translational biomedicine.

Hendriks, B., Simons, A., & Reinhart, M. (2019).
What are clinician scientists expected to do? The undefined space for professionalizable work in translational biomedicine. Minerva(Reihe), Wiesbaden: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11024-019-09367-4
Abstract

Clinician scientists have gained institutional support in the era of translational research, as the key solution to closing the ‘translational gap’ between biomedical research and medical practice. However, clinician scientists remain an ‘endangered species’ in search of a secure niche, while new grants and training programs attempt to counteract their measurable decline in numbers over the past decades. Our study asks how an occupational space for clinician scientists is currently situated between the politics of translation, professional dynamics, and the specialization of academic disciplines. We interviewed clinician scientists, their adjacent professions—clinicians and biomedical researchers—, and contrast their views with expectations

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Economization of the inpatient health care sector and its effects on knowledge translation and hospital staffs` daily practice, working conditions and careers.

Hendriks, B., Reinhart, M., Lange, R., & Starystach, S. (2021).
Economization of the inpatient health care sector and its effects on knowledge translation and hospital staffs` daily practice, working conditions and careers. Open Panel, Society for Social Studies of Science, Toronto, Kanada.

From Innovation To Translation: How New Concepts Shape Health Care Practices.

Hendriks, B., Schendzielorz, C., & Reinhart, M. (2021, August/September).
From Innovation To Translation: How New Concepts Shape Health Care Practices. Vortrag auf der Konferenz Sociological Knowledges for Alternative Futures, ESA 2021 conference , Barcelona, Spain.

“You are being influenced by Osmosis” - Examining the Interplay Between Science Policy and Knowledge Production in Scientific Collaboration.

Janßen, M., & Reinhart, M. (2021, August/September).
“You are being influenced by Osmosis” - Examining the Interplay Between Science Policy and Knowledge Production in Scientific Collaboration. Vortrag auf der Konferenz ESA Conference 2021, European Sociological Association, Barcelona.

Wissenschaftliche Kooperationsnetzwerke in Zeiten der Pandemie - Starke Zentren, vernachlässigte Peripherien?

Janßen, M., & Reinhart, M. (2021, August).
Wissenschaftliche Kooperationsnetzwerke in Zeiten der Pandemie - Starke Zentren, vernachlässigte Peripherien? Vortrag auf der Konferenz Gemeinsamer Kongress der DGS und ÖGS 2021 , Wien.

Empirical results of the BIH Charité Clinician Scientist Program evaluation.

Reinhart, M., & Hendriks, B. (2021, Mai).
Empirical results of the BIH Charité Clinician Scientist Program evaluation. Vortrag auf dem Symposium BIH Charité Clinician Scientist Symposium in Honor and Memory of Du¨ka Dragun, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Berlin.

Wie wirkungsmächtig sind Zahlen? Aktuelle Befunde aus der Soziologie der Quantifizierung.

Schendzielorz, C., Ringel, L., & Reinhart, M. (2020, September).
Wie wirkungsmächtig sind Zahlen? Aktuelle Befunde aus der Soziologie der Quantifizierung. Vortrag auf dem Kongress Gesellschaft unter Spannung. 40 Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie., Deutsche Gesellschaft für Soziologie, TU Berlin, HU Berlin, FU Berlin., Berlin, Deutschland.

New Multiples in STI policy? Understanding the entanglement of concepts, practices and identities in STI policy.

Flink, T., Reinhart, M., Hendriks, B., & Schendzielorz, C. (2020, August).
New Multiples in STI policy? Understanding the entanglement of concepts, practices and identities in STI policy. Panel auf der EASST/4S 2020 Locating and Timing Matters: Significance and agency of STS in emerging worlds, 18.8.-21.08.2020, Prague, Czech Republic.

Invisible practices in translational medicine: the case of clinician scientists.

Hendriks, B., Schendzielorz, C., & Reinhart, M. (2020, August).
Invisible practices in translational medicine: the case of clinician scientists. Vortrag auf der EASST/4S 2020 Locating and Timing Matters: Significance and agency of STS in emerging worlds, 18.8.-21.08.2020, Prague, Czech Republic.

Die Regierung der Wissenschaft im Peer Review.

Schendzielorz, C., & Reinhart, M. (2020, Mai).
Die Regierung der Wissenschaft im Peer Review. Vortrag auf dem DZHW Kolloquium, basierend auf Paper, 12.05.2020, Berlin.

Peer Review Procedures as Practice, Decision, and Governance – Preliminaries to Theories of Peer Review.

Reinhart, M., & Schendzielorz, C. (2020, März).
Peer Review Procedures as Practice, Decision, and Governance – Preliminaries to Theories of Peer Review. Vortrag auf der PEERE International Conference on Peer Review 2020, 11.-13.03-2020, Valencia, Spanien.

Science Blogs as Critique: Building Public Identities in the Field of Translational Research in: Science Communication – I: Digital Media (Chair: Sarah Davies).

Hendriks, B., & Reinhart, M. (2019, September).
Science Blogs as Critique: Building Public Identities in the Field of Translational Research in: Science Communication – I: Digital Media (Chair: Sarah Davies). Vortrag auf der 4S 2019: Innovations, Interruptions, Regenerations, 04.-07.09.2019, New Orleans, Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika.

Knowing Democracy through Performing Scientific Self-Governance.

Reinhart, M., & Schendzielorz, C. (2019, September).
Knowing Democracy through Performing Scientific Self-Governance. Vortrag an der Jahrestagung der Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) Innovations, Interruptions, Regenerations, 4.-7. September 2019, New Orleans, Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika.

Translational Research and Translational Identities in: The Language of STI Policy in the 21st Century (Chair: Margaret A. Lemay).

Reinhart, M., Flink, T., Hendriks, B., & Heßelmann, F. (2019, September).
Translational Research and Translational Identities in: The Language of STI Policy in the 21st Century (Chair: Margaret A. Lemay). Vortrag auf der 4S 2019: Innovations, Interruptions, Regenerations, 04.-07.09.2019, New Orleans, Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika.

Challenges in Research Funding: From Peer Review to Lotteries.

Reinhart, M. (2019, August).
Challenges in Research Funding: From Peer Review to Lotteries. Vortrag auf dem Meetup „Exploring Blockchain Solutions to Fund Scientific Research“, Weizenbaum Institut Berlin.

Wissenschaftliche Leistung beurteilen.

Reinhart, M. (2019, Juni).
Wissenschaftliche Leistung beurteilen. Workshop an der Graduierten Akademie der Universität Jena.