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Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center

Stanford University School of Medicine

The mission of Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center ( is to enable biomedical discovery by connecting people with knowledge. As part of this mission, the library advocates for open access to all forms of knowledge. Recognizing that open access publishing vastly increases free and open access to scientific research, Lane Medical Library is pleased to support PeerJ as an institutional member.

We encourage our authors to make their scholarship freely and immediately available. When a paper is accepted for publication, authors should submit their claim online through the PeerJ system for Lane Medical Library to pay the cost of basic membership for each Stanford author. This fund only supports the claims of authors who are still with Stanford at the time of their claim, and those memberships remain active if authors leave Stanford University.

For more information about PeerJ membership, please contact Mary Buttner (

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31 Peer-reviewed Articles

Sustainable computational science: the ReScience initiative
3,931 views · 389 downloads
Ecophylogeny of the endospheric root fungal microbiome of co-occurring Agrostis stolonifera
1,220 views · 279 downloads
Mathematical models are a powerful method to understand and control the spread of Huanglongbing
1,330 views · 452 downloads
Comparative functional characterization of novel non-syndromic GJB2 gene variant p.Gly45Arg and lethal syndromic variant p.Gly45Glu
897 views · 208 downloads

27 Preprints

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