Member of the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research, former Cell editor, cell biologist, and communications enthusiast
Rosy is Manager of Scientific Operations and Programming for the Stanley Center, a role that requires a nimble and multi-pronged approach to scientific communication. Prior to joining the Broad, Rosy was a journal editor for six years, variously at a reviews journal (Trends in Cell Biology), an open-access medical journal (BMC Medicine) and at the premier research journal Cell. Rosy also spent a brief time at the Office for Faculty Affairs at Harvard Medical School, as a program director for Professor promotions. As such, she is very happy to advise and assist with all communications to scientific journals, and also with documents pertaining to professorial promotions. A passionate advocate for better peer review, Rosy is also an active member of the Scientific Publications Working Group (scipub). Rosy trained as a cell biologist in London, but is conversant in most areas of biological science through her work at Cell; she now has a special focus on neuropsychiatric research at the Stanley Center.