2019-2020 Recipients of the OA Publishing Fund

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We are pleased to announce the 2019-2020 recipients of the Open Access Publishing Fund. Congrats to all!

William Aaronson and Hamlet Gasoyan (College of Public Health, Health Services Administration and Policy). “School-Based Preventive Dental Program in Rural Communities of the Republic of Armenia.”

Ashish Bains, Linda Vien, and Ho-Man Yeung (Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine). “Primary Extranodal Jejunal Diffuse Large B cell Lymphoma as a Diagnostic Challenge for Intractable Emesis: A Case Report and Review of Literature.”

Sarah Bass and Mohammed Alhaji (College of Public Health, Social and Behavioral Sciences). “Cyberbullying, mental health, and violence in adolescents and associations with sex and race: Data from the 2015 Youth Risk Behavior Survey.”

Marion Chan, Xiaofeng Yang, Hong Wang, Fatma Saaoud, and Yu Sun (Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Microbiology and Immunology). “The Microbial Metabolite Trimethylamine N-Oxide Links Vascular Dysfunctions and the Autoimmune Disease Rheumatoid Arthritis.”

Eunice Chen and Susan Murphy (College of Liberal Arts, Psychology). “Examining Adolescence as a Sensitive Period for High-Fat, High-Sugar Diet Exposure: A Systematic Review of the Animal Literature.”

Amy Freestone and Katherine Papacostas (College of Science and Technology, Biology). “Multi-trophic native and non-native prey naiveté shape marine invasion success.”

Victor Hugo Gutierrez, Daniel Wiese, Ananias A. Escalante, Heather Murphy, and Kevin A. Henry (College of Liberal Arts, Environmental Studies). “Integrating environmental and neighborhood factors in MaxEnt modeling to predict species distributions: a case study of Aedes albopictus in southeastern Pennsylvania.”

Christine Jones, Alexis Los, Richard Tyrell, and Scott Golarz (Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Surgery). “Reducing Wound Hemorrhage: Use of Bilayer Collagen Matrix in Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia.”

Jeremy Mennis and Xavier Nogueira (College of Liberal Arts, Environmental Studies). “The Effect of Historic Paving Materials on Traffic Speed.”

David Smith, Tommy H. Ng, and Lauren Alloy (College of Liberal Arts, Psychology). “Meta-analysis of Reward Processing in Major Depressive Disorder Reveals Distinct Abnormalities within the Reward Circuit.”

John Sorrentino and Donald Wargo (College of Liberal Arts, Economics). “Residential Land Use Change in the Wissahickon Creek Watershed: Profitability and Sustainability?”

Roy Stevens and Hongming Zhang (Kornberg School of Dentistry). “The Prevalence and Impact of Lysogeny Among Oral Isolates of Enterococcus faecalis

Won Suh and Weili Ma (College of Engineering, Bioengineering). “A Novel Cell Penetrating Peptide for the Differentiation of Human Neural Stem Cells.”

Interested in applying for the OA Publishing Fund? The 2020-2021 application can be found here.