Meet a scientific community manager: Anna Boyum

This month, we’re asking all community engagement professionals within science to complete our state of scientific community management survey. The survey’s intended to determine the variety of community-building roles that exist within science, and is the first activity of our Community Engagement Fellows program. We’ll be sharing a report of the survey results once we’ve … Continue reading “Meet a scientific community manager: Anna Boyum”

This month, we’re asking all community engagement professionals within science to complete our state of scientific community management survey. The survey’s intended to determine the variety of community-building roles that exist within science, and is the first activity of our Community Engagement Fellows program. We’ll be sharing a report of the survey results once we’ve analyzed them.

But just who are the scientific community engagement professionals? To help answer that question we’re running a series of Q&As with people in existing community-building roles. If any of these stories resonate, please do take 12 minutes to complete the survey! The more input we have to the survey, the more detailed our view of the overall landscape will be.

Today we’re featuring Anna Boyum:

Anna Boyum is a biomedical scientist passionate about all things brain. Having spent a decade in research, she is now fully focused on science communications. Anna manages ARVO Connect, an online community of vision researchers. In this role, she helps community members connect and have meaningful conversations about research.
Anna Boyum is a biomedical scientist passionate about all things brain. Having spent a decade in research, she is now fully focused on science communications. Anna manages ARVO Connect, an online community of vision researchers. In this role, she helps community members connect and have meaningful conversations about research.

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Meet a scientific community manager: Malin Sandström

This month, we’re asking all community engagement professionals within science to complete our state of scientific community management survey. The survey’s intended to determine the variety of community-building roles that exist within science, and is the first activity of our Community Engagement Fellows program. We’ll be sharing a report of the survey results once we’ve … Continue reading “Meet a scientific community manager: Malin Sandström”

This month, we’re asking all community engagement professionals within science to complete our state of scientific community management survey. The survey’s intended to determine the variety of community-building roles that exist within science, and is the first activity of our Community Engagement Fellows program. We’ll be sharing a report of the survey results once we’ve analyzed them.

But just who are the scientific community engagement professionals? To help answer that question we’re running a series of Q&As with people in existing community-building roles. If any of these stories resonate, please do take 12 minutes to complete the survey! The more input we have to the survey, the more detailed our view of the overall landscape will be.

Today we’re featuring Malin Sandström:

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Malin works for INCF, an international non-profit organization devoted to advancing the field of neuroinformatics, in a role that mixes community engagement with communication and project management. She has a PhD in computational neuroscience and more than a decade’s experience of science blogging. You can find her on Twitter: @msandstr.

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Meet a scientific community manager: Elana Kimbrell

This month, we’re asking all community engagement professionals within science to complete our state of scientific community management survey. The survey’s intended to determine the variety of community-building roles that exist within science, and is the first activity of our Community Engagement Fellows program. We’ll be sharing a report of the survey results once we’ve … Continue reading “Meet a scientific community manager: Elana Kimbrell”

This month, we’re asking all community engagement professionals within science to complete our state of scientific community management survey. The survey’s intended to determine the variety of community-building roles that exist within science, and is the first activity of our Community Engagement Fellows program. We’ll be sharing a report of the survey results once we’ve analyzed them.

But just who are the scientific community engagement professionals? To help answer that question we’re running a series of Q&As with people in existing community-building roles. If any of these stories resonate, please do take 12 minutes to complete the survey! The more input we have to the survey, the more detailed our view of the overall landscape will be.

Today we’re featuring Elana Kimbrell:

Elana Kimbrell is a Communication Program Officer at AAAS. She develops program material and supports the initiatives of the Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology, particularly building connections between research and practice. Kimbrell also contributes to the AAAS Annual Meeting by coordinating review of symposia proposals and editing the program book.
Elana Kimbrell is a Communication Program Officer at AAAS. She develops program material and supports the initiatives of the Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology, particularly building connections between research and practice. Kimbrell also contributes to the AAAS Annual Meeting by coordinating review of symposia proposals and editing the program book.

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Meet a scientific community manager: Aidan Budd

This month, we’re asking all community engagement professionals within science to complete our state of scientific community management survey. The survey’s intended to determine the variety of community-building roles that exist within science, and is the first activity of the AAAS Community Engagement Fellows program. We’ll be sharing a report of the survey results once … Continue reading “Meet a scientific community manager: Aidan Budd”

This month, we’re asking all community engagement professionals within science to complete our state of scientific community management survey. The survey’s intended to determine the variety of community-building roles that exist within science, and is the first activity of the AAAS Community Engagement Fellows program. We’ll be sharing a report of the survey results once we’ve analyzed them.

But just who are the scientific community engagement professionals? To help answer that question we’re running a series of Q&As with people in existing community-building roles. If any of these stories resonate, please do take 15 minutes to complete the survey! The more input we have to the survey, the more detailed our view of the overall landscape will be.

Today we’re featuring Aidan Budd:

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Aidan’s work focuses on community building and training for bioinformatics. He currently works at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg, where he did his PhD, and later worked in a bioinformatics service and research role.

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Meet a scientific community manager: Laura Wheeler

This month, we’re asking all community engagement professionals within science to complete our state of scientific community management survey. The survey’s intended to determine the variety of community-building roles that exist within science, and is the first activity of the AAAS Community Engagement Fellows program. We’ll be sharing a report of the survey results once … Continue reading “Meet a scientific community manager: Laura Wheeler”

This month, we’re asking all community engagement professionals within science to complete our state of scientific community management survey. The survey’s intended to determine the variety of community-building roles that exist within science, and is the first activity of the AAAS Community Engagement Fellows program. We’ll be sharing a report of the survey results once we’ve analyzed them.

But just who are the scientific community engagement professionals? To help answer that question we’re running a series of Q&As with people in existing community-building roles. If any of these stories resonate, please do take 12 minutes to complete the survey! The more input we have to the survey, the more detailed our view of the overall landscape will be.

Today we’re featuring Laura Wheeler:

Laura Wheeler headshot
Laura Wheeler is the Community Manager and Blog Editor for Digital Science. Laura is a big fan of all things science and can regularly be found tweeting at conferences all around the world.

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