Dixie-Ann Sawin is a Research Fellow in the Neurotoxicology Group at NIEHS.
Amy Sayle is the Educator in the Adult Programs at the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center in Chapel Hill, NC.
Sciencewoman is, well, my SciBling and a Sciencewoman.
Allison Scripa is a Science Librarian at Virginia Tech.
Megan Scudellari is a freelance science writer.
Louis Shackleton is a Biology Ed student at Coastal Carolina Community College and he blogs on Crowded Head, Cozy Bed and manages what used to be his blogs, but are now overtaken by his family - U Dream Of Janie and Kissing Corporal Kate.
Vagisha Sharma is a Research Scientist in Biochemistry at the University of Washington.
Paula Signorini is a Science Textbook Editor, she teaches at the University of Sao Paolo, Brazil, and blogs on Rastro de Carbono.
Kamana Singh is a Microbiology graduate student at North Carolina State University.
Deepak Singh is the Business Development Manager at Amazon.com Web Services, one of the founders/developers of Bioscreencast and a blogger. He will co-moderate two sessions: Science blogging networks - what works, what does not? and Social networking for scientists.
Rebecca Skloot is a science writer and journalist and the brand new SciBling on Culture Dish. Rebecca will give the Friday Night Keynote Lecture - Women, science, and storytelling: The immortal life of Henrietta Lacks (a.k.a. HeLa), and one woman's journey from scientist to writer and on Saturday will co-moderate the session on How to become a (paid) science journalist: advice for bloggers.
Anthony So is the Director of The Program on Global Health and Technology Access at the Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy at Duke.
Southern Fried Scientist is a marine biologist with a thing for fungi.
Blake Stacey does math and physics at the New England Complex Systems Institute and is my SciBling, over on Science After Sunclipse.
Janet Stemwedel is a professor of Philosophy at San Jose State University and is also my SciBling on Adventures in Ethics and Science. She will lead the session about Online science for the kids (and parents).
Jeff Stern is the Director of Membership Advancement at the Museum of Life and Science in Durham.
Andrew Su is the Senior Research Investigator in the Computational Biology Group at The Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation and one of the developers of BioGPS. He will co-moderate the session Community intelligence applied to gene annotation.
Brian and Tracey Switek are coming from New Jersey. Brian is a student at Rutgers and my SciBling at Laelaps. He will co-moderate the session on Teaching College Science: Blogs and Beyond and the session on Web and the History of Science.
Beck Tench is a blogger on Another HCI Blog and The Smartwool Experiment, works at Museum of Life and Science in Durham, where she does interesting things like Useum and is part of the team that is developing Science In The Triangle portal. She will do a show-and-tell session about the Museum of Life and Science online presence and ScienceintheTriangle.org.
Andrew Thaler is a PhD student in the Duke University Marine Lab .
Cheryl Thompson is the Web Manager in the Office of Communications & Public Liaison at the National Institute of Environemental Health Sciences (NIEHS).
Eugenia Tsamis is a graduate student in Biochemistry at Duke.
Thanks for the shoutout, Bora! I'm looking forward to the conference and will be writing a preview blog entry about it in the coming week.
Thanks for the introdution, Bora!
Just a correction! I don't teach at São Paulo University. I did my graduation and my master degree there. Nowadays I've been working in a publishing company. ; )
See you next week!