To mark Open Access Week the Tufts University Libraries’ Scholarly Communication Team has launched a website celebrating the recipients of our Provost’s Open Access Fund. The fund has two components: the first, for publishing, funds scholars who choose to publish with author-pays open access; the second, for digitization, supports the creation of sustainable open access digital collections of unique research materials created by Tufts faculty.
All of the publications which have been funded for open access publication have also been made available in the Tufts Digital Library. The digitized research materials will also be made available in the TDL once they are created, digitized, and described.
So congratulations to the recipients of the fund!
- Mary E. Davis for “A Retrospective Assessment of Occupational Exposure to Elemental Carbon in the US Trucking Industry in Environmental Health Perspectives.
- Dan Dennett for “Homunculi Rule: Reflections on Darwinian Populations and Natural Selection (Oxford University Press, 2009) by Peter Godfrey Smith” in Biology & Philosophy.
- Daniel Jay, for “Extracellular Heat Shock Protein (Hsp)70 and Hsp90<alpha> Assist in Matrix Metalloproteinase-2 Activation and Breast Cancer Cell Migration and Invasion” in PloS One with Tufts co-authors Jessica Sims (phD student) and Jessicia McCready (postdoc).
- Michael Court, for “Evolution of a Major Drug Metabolizing Enzyme Defect in the Domestic Cat and Other Felidae: Phylogenetic Timing and the Role of Hypercarnivory” in PLoS One with Tufts co-authors Binu Shrestha from the Tufts University School of Medicine, J Michael Reed and Philip T Starks from the Tufts School of Arts and Sciences, and Gretchen E Kaufman from the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine.
- Karen Panetta for “Multiresolution Decomposition Schemes Using the Parameterized Logarithmic Image Processing Model with Application to Image Fusion” in EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing .
- Andrew Ramsburg for “Analytical Modeling of Degradation Product Partitioning Kinetics in Source Zones Containing Entrapped DNAPL” in Water Resources Research with Tufts doctoral candidate Ali Boroumand.