About Me

Synthesis started as a place to develop thoughts concerning the relationship of previously-unconnected events. It’s also a platform for me to experiment with web technologies, and my contribution to open science.

Click here to contact me:

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For more information about me check the following resources:
My Resume (doc) (pdf)
My Dissertation (doc) (pdf)
My Linkedin Profile
My Mendeley Profile
My Google Profile
My Keybase Identity Proofs – for verifying I own my online accounts & sending me encrypted messages.

Open Access Projects:

  • 2011 – present – Head of Academic Outreach for Mendeley and Open Access spokesperson.
  • 2009 – 2011 – Community Liaison for Mendeley – hosted self-archived collections make scholarly works accessible and discoverable, much more to come via partnerships with institutional repositories.
  • 2008 – Present – Member of Friendfeed Life Scientists & Article Level Metrics Rooms – Community members share tips on the practice of open science, write letters promoting open access, and collaboratively apply for grants to develop linked data infrastructure.

Open Science Projects:

My Publications is a group in Biological Sciences on Mendeley.

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