ScienceOnline2011 – introducing the participants

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.

Seth Mnookin is a journalist and author, among other books, the upcoming excellent The Panic Virus. He blogs at The Panic Virus blog and tweets as @sethmnookin.

Melody Dye is a Researcher at Stanford University. She blogs at Child’s Play and tweets as @moximer.

Russ Williams is the Executive Director of the NC Zoo Society. He blogs at Russlings and tweets as @russwilliamsiii. I interviewed Russ back in March.

Kathryn Clancy is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She blogs at Context and variation as well as on her lab blog Laboratory for Evolutionary Endocrinology. She tweets as @KateClancy.

Paul Raeburn is a journalist and author. He blogs most often at Knight Science Journalism Tracker, and sometimes at About Fathers and Fathers and Families. His next book, Why Fathers Matter, will be published in 2012. He tweets as @praeburn.

Leslie Taylor is project manager at the Science Friday Initiative and Web Editor of TalkingScience. She tweets as @talkingscience.

Nicole Garbarini is a Science Policy Fellow at NSF and AAAS. She tweets as @nikkigee.

Kristy Meyer is the Social Media Manager at Sigma Life Science. She tweets as @kristy3m.

John Ohab is the New Technology Strategist at OMNITEC Solutions Inc at the Department of Defense Public Web Program. He tweets as @ArmedwScience.

Chris Mooney is a writer and journalist. He is the author of ‘Republican War on Science’, ‘The Storm World” and “Unscientific America”. He blogs at The Intersection, hosts Point of Inquiry Podcasts and tweets as @ChrisMooney_.


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