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Let’s highlight some more of the participants of this year’s ScienceOnline09 conference:

Russ Campbell is the Communications Officer at Burroughs Wellcome Fund.

Patricia Campbell is the powerhouse behind the Campbell-Kibler Associates, the FairerScience and the FairerScience blog.

Roy Campbell is the Director of Exhibits at North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.

Paul Cancellieri is a science teacher at Durant Road Middle School and he also writes a blog – Scripted Spontaneity.

Bill Cannon runs the new Science in the Triangle site.

Yang Cao is a Pediatric Epidemiology researcher at NIEHS.

Reed Cartwright is a postdoc at North Carolina State University, he blogs on De Rerum Natura and makes sure that The Panda’s Thumb looks good and functions flawlessly. He was also the editor of the last year’s edition of the science blogging anthology The Open Laboratory: The Best Science Writing on Blogs 2007.

Tiffany Cartwright (yes, she just happens to be married to Reed) is a blogger.

Christian Casper is a PhD student in the Program in Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media at North Carolina State University. He will co-moderate the session Rhetoric of science: print vs. web.

Anne Casper is a post-doc in Microbiology and Molecular Genetics at Duke, and is a SPIRE’s program fellow at UNC-CH.

Elle Cayabyab Gitlin runs Evoque and blogs on Ars Technica.

Kelly Chi is a freelance science and technology journalist.

Helen Chickering is the NBC News Channel Health and Science Correspondent, a freelance TV producer, and a board member of SCONC.

Sally Church runs Icarus Consultants, Inc and the Pharma Strategy Blog.

Chris Clouser is the Science Librarian for Indiana University of Pennsylvania and writes The Logical Operator blog.

Clinton Colmenares is the National Media Strategist in the Medical Center News Office at UNC.

Jayme Corbell is a chemist at Catalent.

Daniel Cressey is a writer for Nature News.

Cynthia Cudaback is an independent consultant at Ocean Consulting.

Ann Marie Cunningham is the executive director of Talking Science.

Marta Dark-McNeese is a physicist and a Professor at Spelman College.

Cathy Davies teaches Food Science at Gloucester County College and blogs on Lab Cat.

Erin Davis writes Spittoon, the blog of 23andMe.

Lynn Davis is the Instructional Designer at the Friday Center for Continuing Education.

Allen Dodson is a Science Policy Fellow and writes for ASBMB Advocate: A Monthly E-Newsletter on Public Affairs of The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

Danielle Duma is a Molecular Endocrinology researcher at the National Institute of Environemental Health Sciences (NIEHS).

John Dupuis is the science librarian at York University, Toronto and blogs on Confessions of a Science Librarian. He will co-moderate the session on How to search scientific literature.

Sam Dupuis is John’s son who, while still in high school, writes a science blog Science of Sorts on My Mind.


  1. #1 Isis the Scientist
    December 28, 2008

    Wow! What a line up!!!!

  2. #2 Coturnix
    December 28, 2008

    Yup! And that’s just Cs and Ds. I will try to go through the alphabet by the time the conference starts.

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