Marcel LaFlamme, Open Research Manager at the Public Library of Science (PLOS), spoke with us about how peer reviewed preprints can contribute to the goal of advancing Open Science beyond the published article as well as his views on the different uses of peer review, automated reviewing and more.
The revision plan template is a new piece of the constantly evolving refereed preprint package that Review Commons offers its authors – a bridge from preprint to paper.
Hanson has been interested in the innate immune response since his Master’s thesis work with Steve Perlman at the University of Victoria, in British Columbia. There he worked on the evolution of the immune system in a “weird, non-conventional fly species that has a nematode parasite and a defensive symbiont. We were curious about how the immune system adapted to this three-way interaction.”
Marco Trizzino is an assistant professor at Thomas Jefferson University, in Philadelphia. Dr. Trizzino studies evolutionary genomics, with a focus on transposable elements. SVA transposons are the topic of his recent refereed preprint at Review Commons.