Tim Kersjes is Research Integrity Manager in the Springer Nature Research Integrity Group. He leads a team of six Research Integrity Advisers who support in-house editors and Editors-in-Chief in handling and resolving all types of research integrity and publication ethics issues. The cases vary from plagiarism and authorship disputes to peer review manipulation, medical-ethical concerns, data fabrication and image manipulation in submitted manuscripts and published articles. He has advised on nearly 2000 cases and has written hundreds of retraction notices. The SNRIG also raise awareness of best practice and ethical conduct in research, investigate unethical practices.