Monthly Archives: April 2016

I’m James Coyne, Professor of Psychology, and this is how I work

James Coyne, AKA as CoyneoftheRealm in social media, is the author of over 400 scientific papers and has been recognized as one of the 200 most influential psychologists of the second half of the 20th century, slipping in at number 200. While he keeps publishing peer-reviewed articles, he now devotes time to blogging at PLOS […]

I’m Sandro Galea, Professor and Dean of Public Health, and This Is How I Work

I am the Robert A Knox Professor at Boston University and serve as Dean of the Boston University School of Public Health. That means that I am an academic, with an active program of scholarship but also have leadership responsibilities for a large school. I am responsible for about 500 faculty and staff and 1100 […]

I’m Jon Elhai, Professor of Psychology, and This Is How I Work

As a researcher in clinical psychology and psychiatry, and director of my research labs in a) PTSD and b) cyberpsychology, I work with student researchers and collaborators on empirical research. Publishing a large output of quality scientific papers is important to me. Until now, I’ve published more than 200 scientific papers, ten book chapters, and three books.