Nihan Albayrak-Aydemir is an academic, currently working as a postdoctoral researcher at the Open University, as a visiting researcher at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and as a visiting fellow at the LSE. She completed her PhD in Social Psychology at the LSE, and she has over 10 years of experience in survey research and data analysis, ranging from running small-scale surveys for hard-to-reach samples to running large-scale multi-country surveys for more general, representative samples. Her research expertise and interests involve prosocial behaviour, migration, and meta-science, with a special focus on power dynamics and intergroup relations that influence research, teaching, and learning processes in science and higher education. She has a deep understanding of survey methodology and a strong track record of designing and implementing complex survey projects for a wide range of clients. She has excellent analytical skills, with the ability to turn complex data into actionable insights and recommendations.