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Current information Scientific Editor and Writing Consultant, University of Iowa Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology
51 Newton Rd.
1-335 BSB Iowa City, USA E-mail Nationality: AmericanEMBL information Editor EMBO Reports EMBO From 2000 to 2006 Biography Hide biographyBiography: EDUCATION/TRAINING
1996 PhD, Biology Department, Yale University
1993 MPhil, Biology Department, Yale University
1991 MS, Biology Department, Yale University
1988 BA, Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology & Cell Biology, Northwestern University
2006present Scientific Editor and Writing Consultant, the University of Iowa
Established the Scientific Editing Service for the basic sciences community within the college of medicine, to promote the success of grant and research-article submissions (advice on content, presentation and mechanics)
Involvement in Teaching
Course Director/Instructor, mini-course Paper Writing in Practice (fall semester 2011)
Co-Instructor, course Critical Thinking and Communication (spring and fall semesters, 20082011)
Facilitator, course Teaching Your Research (summer 2010)
Presenter of workshops/seminars/webinars on scientific writing, productive paper submission, grantsmanship and alternative careers for scientists
Mentor for scientific editing intern, spring 2010
20002006 Editor, EMBO reports
Special projects, 2006: EMBO/EMBC Annual Report 2005; Editorial Board report on fates of manuscripts rejected by The EMBO Journal and EMBO reports
Responsible for Scientific Reports section 20032005
Responsible for Reviews section 20002003
19962000 Post-Doctoral Fellow, European Molecular Biology Laboratory (Prof. Marek Mlodzik)
19891996 Graduate Student, Yale University (Prof. Spryidon Artavanis-Tsakonas)
19881989 Research Technician, Northwestern University (Prof. Gideon Dreyfuss)
19861988 Independent Study Student, Northwestern University (Prof. Gideon Dreyfuss)
19841987 Summer Intern, Argonne National Laboratory (Drs. Meyrick Peak, Christopher Reilly)
Laura CortesiCurrent information Site Management Associate, PRA International Frankfurt am Main, Germany E-mail Nationality: ItalianEMBL information Administrative Officer EMBO From 12.2003 to 01.2010
Zeynep DinsiCurrent information PA to Director of Operations, EUMETSAT Eumetsat-allee 1 Darmstadt, Germany E-mail Nationality: DutchEMBL information Administrative Officer EMBO new EMBO From 2005 to 2006
Francoise De Grasse-EhmannCurrent information Fellowships Administrator Friedrichsfelder Strasse 47c Edingen-Neckarhausen, Germany E-mail Nationality: BritishEMBL information Administrative Officer EMBO From 2000 to 2003 Biography Hide biographyBiography: I am still employed by EMBL but currently on 5 weeks holiday then my maternity leave starts. My baby is due mid-May. At the end of my maternity leave (14 July) my contract expires. I worked at EMBO from January 2000 until July 2003. I really enjoyed my time at EMBO, and will miss everyone. My husband has a hair salon in Heidelberg so I am regularly in Heidelberg and occasionallz pop up to EMBL to say "hi".
Current information Editor-in-Chief, Wiley-VCH Boschstrasse 12 Weinheim, Germany E-mail Nationality: BritishEMBL information Senior Administrative Officer EMBO From 07.1999 to 08.2008 Biography Hide biographyBiography: Background in molecular biology: first degree, natural sciences (biochemistry) from Cambridge University (1993), PhD from the MRC-LMB, Cambridge (1998)
From 1999 to 2008: Programme Manager for Science & Society at the European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO): developed activities ranging from stakeholder conferences and education workshops for teachers to media communication workshops for scientists and science policy documents/meetings. During this time, also associate/contributing editor to EMBO reports.
2008 - present: Editor-in-Chief of the journal BioEssays at Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany
Jennifer Schulze-EyssingCurrent information none Schulstr. 8 Wiesloch, Germany E-mail Nationality: BritishEMBL information Administrative Officer EMBO From 1987 to 2004
Current information E-Learning Consultant, cedar e-learning | consulting & training Heidelberg, Germany E-mail Nationality: CanadianEMBL information Administrative Officer EMBO From 01.2002 to 01.2011 Research interests: cedar e-learning creates online and blended learning solutions for the life sciences:, , - online educational aids - for practical course organizers who wish to enhance their course with an online module or assess the prior knowledge of course applicants before participants are selected., , - electronic posters (e-posters) - in collaboration with group leaders and their lab members, to help promote their research in a more interactive way. Biography Hide biographyBiography: Anne Seller is an e-learning consultant and trainer and owner of cedar e-learning. She was born and raised in Canada and holds a BSc in Chemistry and a Certificate in Adult Education. Over the past twenty years, she has worked in a variety of university and academic settings in Canada, England and Germany. Recognizing the growing need in the academic world for information and training in the field of e-learning, she set up cedar e-learning in 2011. She currently resides in Heidelberg, Germany.
Current information Project coordinator, Technische Universitaet Dresden Genomics,
Am Tatzberg 47 Dresden, Germany E-mail Nationality: AustralianEMBL information Administrative Assistant Stewart Group EMBO From 1997 to 2002 Research interests: Genetics, chromatin, immunology, haematology, oncology, stem cells Biography Hide biographyBiography: I am a medical graduate of UNSW in Sydney Australia, where I worked in general practice and taught anatomy at UNSW. I came to Germany in 1985 where I worked in Cell Biology at the DKFZ in Werner Franke's lab, taught English for Scientists at the Volkshochshule, DKFZ and Zentrales Sprachlabor of the University of Heidelberg. I was assistant to Frank Gannon, EMBO Director, before coming to Dresden. I worked as a doctor in the Dresden UNiversity Clinic Department of Internal Medicine from 2006-9. Since 2009 I have been managing the SyBoSS EU project Systems Biology of Stem Cells. I am preparing my doctoral thesis on the immunohistological characterisation of mouse embryonic stem cells in collaboration with Francis Stewart.