At the recent American Public Health Association (APHA) conference in San Diego, California, more than 12,000 public health professionals gathered to present their research, discuss policy, and prepare to eliminate health disparities in their communities.
As we are preparing a call for papers on Biomaterials science research we reached out to our four Guest Editors for their views on the issues underlying reproducibility and transparency in the field. Kimberly is
Perspectives on gender diversity in peer review – interview with Gemma Derrick, PLOS ONE Section Editor
0000-0003-1258-0746We are celebrating Peer Review Week, which this year has the theme ‘Diversity and Inclusion’. We asked PLOS ONE Section Editor Gemma Derrick for her perspective on diversity in peer review and the challenges around
0000-0002-9890-5451The potential of using machine learning techniques in medicine is immense. As electronic health records have become widely available, there is hope that machine learning will improve diagnosis and care. However, integrating these new methodologies
PLOS ONE Editorial Board Member and molecular virologist, Dong -Yan Jin, is our next editor to be featured in our Meet the Editors interview series. Dong-Yan Jin is currently Clara and Lawrence Fok Professor
As we continue to reflect on and celebrate PLOS ONE’s 10th anniversary, we bring you the next in our Meet the Editors series, interviewing Michael Petraglia who became an Editorial Board Member in late 2006.
As part of PLOS ONE’s 10th anniversary celebrations, for our latest interview with Editorial Board Members who have joined the journal when it was first launched, we met with neurobiologist Björn Brembs. Björn Brembs is based
We continue our Meet the Editor series as part of PLOS ONE’s 10th anniversary celebrations with an interview with Dee Carter- one of the first Editorial Board Members to have joined the journal 10 years ago. Dee Carter‘s lab at the
On the occasion of PLOS ONE’s 10th anniversary, we interview some of our our earliest Editorial Board Members who supported us from the start and are still doing so 10 years later. First under the spotlight for
In late December 2013, PLOS ONE published an article from UK-based Psychologists Rob Jenkins and Christie Kerr titled “Identifiable Images of Bystanders Extracted from Corneal Reflections”. Using high-resolution photography, Jenkins, from the University of York,