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Brandeis Open Access Fund Recipients

Here are some examples of scholarly work that have been made Open Access with the Brandeis Open Access Fund:

  • Charles Golden, Associate Professor of Anthropology published the article Reanalyzing environmental lidar data for archaeology: Mesoamerican applications and implications published in the Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. You can read the full article in the Brandeis Institutional Repository here.
  • Susan Lovett, Abraham S. and Gertrude Burg Professor of Microbiology published the article Connecting replication and repair: the DNA helicase, YoaA, promotes azidothymidine tolerance through association with Chi, an accessory clamp loader protein published in PLoS Genetics. You can view the full article in the Brandeis Institutional Repository here.
  • Nelson C Lau, Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology published the article Unique transposon landscapes are pervasive across Drosophila melanogaster genomes in the journal Nucleic Acids Research. You can view the full articlen the Brandeis Institutional Repository here.
  • Sarah M. Shoemaker is the Associate University Librarian for Archives and Special Collections at Brandeis and was able to publish her article describing the Lewis S. Feuer Papers at Brandeis University in the journal Society with support from the Open Access Fund. You can find the article in the Brandeis Institutional Repository here.
  • Laura J. Goldin, Associate Professor of Practice in the Environmental Studies Program at Brandeis University was able to publish a paper regarding the air quality of nail salons in Boston in the Journal of Immigrant Minority Health with support from the Open Access Fund. You can find the article in the Brandeis Institutional Repository here.
  • Andrew J. Koh, Florence Levy Kay Fellow in Classical Art, Archaeology, and Chemistry published his paper “Characterizing a Middle Bronze Palatial Wine Cellar from Tel Kabri, Israel” in PLoS ONE with support from the Open Access Fund.  You can see his article in the Brandeis Institutional Repository here.
  • Jytte Klausen is the Lawrence A. Wien Professor of International Cooperation at Brandeis University.  Professor Klausen’s article “Tweeting the Jihad: Social Media Networks of Western Foreign Fighters in Syria and Iraq” was published in Studies in Conflict & Terrorism.  You can find the article in the Brandeis Institutional Repository here.

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