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He was a founding editor of Genome Research in 1995, served as a coeditor of Genome Analysis: A Laboratory Manual, and, since 2005, has been coeditor of the Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics.
Fortunately for Adam, he has his intrepid coeditor Jennifer as an ally.
We asked bisexual Pete Chvany, coeditor of the book Bi Men: Coming Out Every Which Way, to help us dispel some.
A moving story about coming of age from Marilyn Sachs, author of more than thirty-five award-winning books and coeditor of the acclaimed "The Big Book for Peace".
The ambitious first essay by exhibition curator and catalogue coeditor Stefanie Walker provides an insightful overview of the artistic sources of the wide variety of objects collectively described as "Baroque.
There are several more books in the works, including a role as coeditor of the third edition of Sports Medicine for the Primary Care Physician and co-author of a new sports medicine text for the McGraw-Hill series, Just the Facts.
Bashir is coeditor of Role Call: A Generational Anthology of Social & Political Black Art & Literature.
To that end, he just served as coeditor of a comprehensive reference work for physicians, Multiple Sclerosis: Diagnosis, Medical Management, and Rehabilitation.
Relentless burrowing for data in recent surveys and studies doubled previous estimates, explains coeditor Bruce A.
Olivier Zahm is coeditor of Purple Prose and a frequent contributor to Artforum.
is Professor of English at Tougaloo College in Mississippi and coeditor with John Oliver Killens of Black Southern Voices (1992).
Our selections of the Top-10 Green Building Products represent a wide range of product types and most of the Top-10 products this year have multiple environmental attributes," noted GreenSpec coeditor Alex Wilson.