Rosy Hosking, Member of the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research, former Cell editor, cell biologist, and communications enthusiast

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 journalĀ 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 atĀ Cell; she now has a special focus on neuropsychiatric research at the Stanley Center.