ASAPbio ambassadors

ASAPbio Ambassadors act as local points of contact for discussions about the productive use of preprints in the life sciences. They also serve as representatives of ASAPbio within their home institutions and when traveling to conferences and other organizations.

We’re providing resources to help Ambassadors organize townhall events; speak to their departments, programs, and societies at existing meetings; or simply be available for one-to-one conversations with colleagues. In addition to spreading the word about preprints, we rely on Ambassadors to share valuable feedback and ideas from within their own communities.

Ambassadors communicate with an email list and slack channel and devise projects to promote the use of preprints, such as Preprint Journal Club.

If you’re interested in joining this program, please sign up here!

Current ambassadors

Newest ambassadors are highlighted in yellow.

 

Abdulbaki Agbas
Kansas City Univeristy of Medicine and Biosciences
Michael Ailion University of Washington
Rubén Rellán Álvarez Langebio
Olavo B. Amaral
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Sofia J. Araújo University of Barcelona
Alexander Arguello Nature Neuroscience
Nadia Aubin-Horth Universite Laval
Prachee Avasthi
University of Kansas Medical Center
Shweta Bansal Georgetown University
Sarah Barger
SUNY Upstate Medical University
Jason E. Barkeloo Open Therapeutics
Jason Bell Stanford University
Julien Bergeron University of Sheffield
Gira Bhabha
Skirball Institute, NYU School of Medicine
Needhi Bhalla
University of California, Santa Cruz
Mahantesh Biradar
National Yang Ming University
Plinio Casarotto University of Helsinki
Mayank Chugh
Center for Plant Molecular Biology, Tuebingen, Germany
Vaughn Cooper University of Pittsburgh
Karen Dawe University of Bristol
Scott Dawson UC Davis
Irene de Lázaro University of Manchester
Sam Diaz-Munoz NYU
Aslihan Dincer
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Ian Driver UCSF
Rosaura Esteve-Puig UCSF
Stephen Floor UC Berkeley
Thierry Galli INSERM
Subashika Govindan University of Geneve
Girija Goyal Harvard University
Oleg Gradov ICP RAS
Carol Greider Johns Hopkins University
Kenneth Harris
University College London
Samantha Hindle UCSF
Liam Holt NYU
Vinodh Ilangovan
Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
Dasapta Irawan
Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Bryan William Jones
University of Utah, Moran Eye Institute
Heena Khatter
European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany.
Esther Klinger University of Geneva
Keerthi Krishnan
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Arjun Krishnan Michigan State University
Harris Lazaris New York University
Jeff, Shyh-Jye Lee
Department of Life Science, National Taiwan University
Yong Liu
Hebei Academy of Social Sciences in China
Jeremy Luban
Univ of Massachusetts Med School
Richard McKenney UC Davis
Karl E. Miletti-Gonzalez Delaware State University
Tom Miller Crick Institute
Biswapriya Misra
Texas Biomedical Research Institute
Lilian A. Onyegbulam
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike Nigeria
Guillermo Orsi Institut Curie – INSERM
Kanagaraj Palsamy University of Michigan
Philippos A Papathanos University of Perugia
Tim Peterson
Washington University in St. Louis
Fabio Puddu
Gurdon Institute – University of Cambridge
Markus Ralser
The Francis Crick Institute
Stevens Rehen
D’Or Institute for Research and Education; Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Mark Robinson
Institute of Molecular Life Sciences, University of Zurich
Pablo Ranea Robles IDIBELL
Stephen Royle University of Warwick
Juan Pablo Ruiz Oxford (Washington, DC)
Daniela Saderi
Oregon Health & Science University
Premal Shah Rutgers University
Jim Spudich Stanford University
Ramanujam Srinivasan
National Institute of Science Education and Research
Brandon Stell CNRS
Jon Tennant ScienceOpen
Jean-Claude Twizere University of Liege
Juan Ugalde
Universidad del Desarrollo
Gaurav Varshney
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
Sam Vesuna Stanford University
Leslie Vosshall
The Rockefeller University
Emily White
Focused Ultrasound Foundation