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Davut E. Ayan, University of Kansas
Jodi E. Basner, Clarivate Analytics
David Bogle, University College London
Annamaria Carusi, Inter-Change Research
Stephanie D. Cheng, Edgeworth Economics
David Colino, Edgeworth Economics
Alberto Corsini, Université Côte d'Azur
Catherine de Fontenay, Melbourne Business School
Anand Desai, Clarivate Analytics
Jaquelina Falkenheim, National Science Foundation
Jian Gao, Northwestern University
Kenneth Gibbs, National Institute of General Medical Sciences
Laurel Haak, Mighty Red Barn
Chris Hesselbein, Politecnico di Milano
Pritty Joshi, National Institutes of Health
Shoshana Kahana, National Institutes of Health
Nirmala Kannankutty, National Science Foundation
Stijn Kelchtermans, KU Leuven
Jamie Lahvic, National Institute on Aging
David Lang, Experiment Foundation
Timothy Liptrot, Georgetown University
Sofia Patsali, Université Côte d'Azur
Avital Percher, National Science Foundation
Kelly Phou, National Science Foundation
Joshua Schnell, Clarivate Analytics
Carthage Smith, OECD
Erik Snapp, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Jennifer Sutton, National Institutes of Health
Misha Teplitskiy, University of Michigan
Wei Yang Tham, Harvard University
Inge van der Weijden, Leiden University
Danijela Vuletić Čugalj, CERGE-EI
Brad Wible, Science Magazine
James Wilsdon, University of Sheffield
Cindy Wu,
Carlos Zambrana, University of Kansas
Monica Zhong, Edgeworth Economics

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