Bioblast editorial team
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Bioblast advisory board
- Editor-in-chief: Gnaiger Erich, OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS Corp, Innsbruck, Austria, and Medical University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (2010-)
Bioblast editorial board
Bioblast section editors
- O2k-Publications: Krumschnabel Gerhard, Kandolf Georg, Bader Helga
- MitoPedia: Terms and abbreviations: Gnaiger Erich, Krumschnabel Gerhard, Harrison David K
- Library of protocols: - in preparation
- Gentle Science: Gnaiger Erich
- O2k-Protocols: Krumschnabel Gerhard, Doerrier Carolina
- O2k-Catalogue: Erhart Verena, Kandolf Georg
- O2k-Network: Fleischmann Sandra, Strasser Nina, Kandolf Georg
- OROBOROS products: Fleischmann Sandra
- OROBOROS_Events and IOC: Fleischmann Sandra, Strasser Nina, Kandolf Georg
- O2k-technical support and open innovation: Doerrier Carolina (mitochondrial physiology, Fontana-Ayoub Mona (in particular: chemicals, substrate), Capek Ondrej (O2k technical)
- MitoFit: Laner Verena, Strasser Nina
- MitoGlobal: Strasser Nina, Fleischmann Sandra
- MiPNet: Fleischmann Sandra
- Person - Profiles: Fleischmann Sandra, Strasser Nina, Kandolf Georg
Bioblast editorial strategies
Why a wiki editorial board?
We intend to provide the Bioblast wiki as an open forum and 'information synthase' in the field of mitochondrial physiology. It took a few months until this wiki was discovered by the SPAM distributors, and free access to generate a personal user account had to be discontinued. Apart from attacks by the unfriendly abuse of the open wiki, we need to develop a transparent strategy for securing our aim at a scientifically based information website. Thus we invite colleagues from all-over-the world to contact us for creating a personal account, and to join us as members of the editorial board. --Gnaiger Erich 17:19, 24 December 2011 (CET)
* A scientific strategy in the spirit of Open Access and Open Innovation: Mitochondr Physiol Network
Personal data published in the Bioblast wiki
Personal data are published in the Bioblast wiki, e.g. in the context of abstracts or references, in the form of professional addresses and Email addresses. This information is helpful for networking. In general, such information is published in the Bioblast website with the consent of anybody involved. We appreciate any instruction on data (e.g. Email address, team members) that should be corrected or should not be published.
BioblastEditors may have broad or highly focussed tasks:
- Maintain the structure of Bioblast (Bioblast advisory board).
- Take responsibility for specific sections in Bioblast (Bioblast section editors).
- Add and edit various articles and references (Bioblast scientific editors and active Bioblast users).
- Prepare Bioblast alert messages to draw attention to specific topics.
Tasks of Bioblast national editors
- Communicate regularly with MiPNet Reference Laboratories to obtain feedback on the Bioblast wiki.
- Ask them regularly about updates on their O2k-Publications and complete the list of publications.
- Help them to update their Bioblast page.
- Perhaps introduce a specific member of the lab to actively participate in updating their page.
- Communicate with the advisory board about problems and structural improvements of the Bioblast wiki.
How do you become a member of the BioblastEditors board?
Scientists and students of mitochondrial physiology are invited to join the Bioblast editorial board, to help us maintaining a high and up-to-date scientific standard of the Bioblast wiki. Please, send a message to Sandra Fleischmann for receiving your personal active user account, and to Erich Gnaiger to join as a Scientific Editor of the Bioblast Editorial Board.