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.
Jean-Claude Bradley is an Associate Professor of Chemistry at Drexel University. He blogs at Useful Chemistry and tweets as @jcbradley. I interviewed Jean-Claude two years ago – he is one of the handful people to attend all five conferences and one of only two people who moderated a session every single year.
Karen James is the Director of Science for the HMS Beagle Project. She also blogs at Data Not Shown and tweets as @kejames and @beagleproject. I interviewed Karen two years ago.
Olivia Koski is a Freelance Writer and a recent graduate of NYU’s program for Science, Health and Environmental Reporting where she blogged at Scienceline. She tweets as @oliviakoski.
Katie Peek is an astrophysicist turned science journalist and another recent recent graduate of NYU’s program for Science, Health and Environmental Reporting where she blogged at Scienceline. She tweets as @kathrynpeek.
Steve Koch is an Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico. He blogs at Steve Koch Science and tweets as @skoch3.
Amy Freitag is a PhD student at Duke University. She blogs at Southern Fried Science and tweets as @bgrassbluecrab. I interviewed Amy in May.
Vicky Somma is the Director of Software Development at Management Solutions of Virginia. She blogs at TGAW and tweets as @TGAW.
Robert Mitchum is a Senior Science and Research Reporter at the University of Chicago Medical Center, where is the editor of the Science Life blog. He tweets as @sciencelife.
Romeo Vitelli is a Psychologist in Toronto. He blogs at Providentia and tweets as @rvitelli.
David Whitlock is a chief scientist at Nitroceutic LLC and he blogs at Stranger than you can imagine .