Preprints, sometimes referred to as working papers, are a pre-peer review version of academic papers that are uploaded to a so-called preprint server. MedRxiv, the preprint server for the medical sciences, was launched at the begin of summer 2019. I aim to have preprints for all my papers – but as clinical epidemiology is a team effort, and medicine is slow to adopt new ways of doing science, I am afraid that not all my work will end up on this list.


  • The argument for adopting a jurisprudence platform for scientific misconduct OSF


  • Empowering Early Career Researchers to Improve Science OSF / final publication
  • Publishing for science or science for publications?  The role of open science to reduce research waste. OSF / Final publication


  • Serum anti-NMDA-receptor antibodies and cognitive function after ischemic stroke (PROSCIS-B). MedRxiv / final publication
  • Smoking does not alter treatment effect of intravenous thrombolysis in mild to moderate acute ischemic stroke; a Dutch String-of-Pearls Institute (PSI) Stroke Study MedRxiv / final publication


  • Coagulation factor XII, XI, and VIII activity levels and secondary events after first ischemic stroke. medRxiv / final publication
  • Confounding adjustment performance of ordinal analysis methods in stroke studies. medRxiv / final publication
  • Disease overarching mechanisms that explain and predict outcome of patients with high cardiovascular risk: rationale and design of the Berlin Long-term Observation of Vascular Events (BeLOVE) study medRxiv
  • Results dissemination from clinical trials conducted at German university medical centres was delayed and incomplete. bioRxiv / final publication