The following people constitute the Editorial Board of Academic Editors for PeerJ. These active academics are the Editors who seek peer reviewers, evaluate their responses, and make editorial decisions on each submission to the journal. We will continue to add to the board of Academic Editors and are seeking qualified and diverse academics who share our vision.
Professor of Cell Signal Unit, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University. Editorial Board: Genes to Cells, Molecular Biology of the Cell, Protein and Cell, Experimental & Molecular Medicine. Awarded 1987, Princess Takamatsu Cancer Research Fund Prize, 1990 Asahi Prize, 2003 NIH Fogarty Scholar-in-Residence. Former director of the Institute of Medical Science, University of Tokyo.
I have been an independent investigator at McGill University since 1997 and a full professor at the university since 2009. The research interests include post-translational modifications, gene regulation, chromatin, cell signaling, mouse development, and human diseases.
Project Leader at John Innes Centre (Department of Cell and Developmental Biology) and Group Leader at Harvard University (Organismic and Evolutionary Biology). I enjoyed a PhD in developmental genetics in Tübingen Germany, where I worked with Markus Schmid and Detlef Weigel at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology. After finishing my NIH NRSA postdoc at Harvard, I started a group working on understanding adaptation to both environmental and genomic forces.
The overall aim of our work is to determine how evolution finds solutions to difficult problems by leveraging innovative population genomic approaches.
Professor of Statistical Ecology at the Institute of Arctic and Marine Biology of UiT The Arctic University of Norway. Associate Editor of "Methods in Ecology and Evolution" and "Wildlife Biology", and former associate editors of Ecology and Ecology Letters.
Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology and Dean at the Graduate School of Biostudies, Kyoto University. Receipt of the 1998 Prize of Princess Takamatsu Cancer Research Fund (Tokyo).
Deputy Chief, Laboratory of Experimental Immunology, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research. Past President, International Society for Interferon and Cytokine Research (2004-2005) and past Chair of the Immunology Division of the American Society for Microbiolgy. Two time recipient of the NIH Director's Award for Mentoring and in 2006 he received the National Public Service Award.
Researcher at the School of GeoSciences at the University of Edinburgh, and the National Oceanography Centre at the University of Southampton. Mark received his PhD in Earth Science from the University of Bristol, in collaboration with the Natural History Museum London. He specialises in the taxonomy, biomechanics, anatomy, and phylogeny of crocodylomorphs and marine reptiles. His current work is focused on the evolution of Mesozoic marine crocodylomorphs.
Professor at School of Psychology in Nanjing Normal University. Working on physiological bases of neurological and psychiatric diseases.
PhD: Memorial University
Postdoctoral appointments: Riken Brain Science Institute; University of California at Dan Diego/Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Current position: Associate Professor of Neuroscience, Memorial University.