Thursday, December 30, 2010, 11:39 am
Continuing with the introductions to the attendees/participants of ScienceOnline2011. You can find them all on the list, but it may help if you get them in smaller chunks, focusing on a few at a time.
Mary Knudson is a health and medical journalist. She is a Co-author of Living Well with Heart Failure and co-editor of A Field Guide for Science Writers. She blogs at HeartSense blog and tweets as @maryknudson.
Mark Hahnel is the Founder of science3point0.com and he tweets as @science3point0. I interviewed Mark in October.
Jan Reichelt is the President and Co-Founder of Mendeley. He tweets as @janerixo.
Jason Hoyt is the Chief Scientist at Mendeley. He tweets as @jasonHoyt. I interviewed Jason back in May.
Lucas Brouwers is a postgraduate student following the MSc programme Molecular Mechanisms of Disease in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. He blogs at Thoughtomics and tweets as @lucasbrouwers.
Danielle Lee is Biologist, and an Outreach Scientist in St. Louis, Missouri. She blogs at Urban Science Adventures! and SouthernPlayalisticEvolutionMusic and tweets as @DNLee5. I interviewed Danielle last year.
John Rennie is a Freelance science writer & editor. He blogs at Retort and tweets as @tvjrennie.
Helene Andrews-Polymenis is Associate Professor at Texas A&M Health Science Center in the College of Medicine. She blogs and tweets and is one of the founders/developers of The Third Reviewer. I interviewed Helene back in August.
Amos Zeeberg is the Managing Editor at Discover Magazine Online and Discover Blogs. He tweets as @settostun.
Clifton Wiens is the Head of Research and Editorial Story Development for National Geographic Television. He tweets as @cliftonwiens.