Wikipedia project team

Meet the team

For more information on the project see the Wikipedia/Cochrane Global Ageing project page on Wikipedia and our website. Here is the total activity of the team so far showing the number of edits, words added and articles viewed captured through our dashboard.

 
Monserrat Guilherme Conde (UK) I have a keen interest in understanding how normal and pathological ageing influence everyday function (and a soft spot for coffee). I plan on editing evidence-based articles about health and ageing. MonWiki
Jennifer Dawson photoJennifer Dawson (Canada) I have many interests! Evidence-based medicine, active healthy living, and leaving my cell phone at home to play outside would be my top three. My scientific background is in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Pharmacology and Toxicology. I love reading all science. I am a volunteer with Cochrane Global Ageing, and I plan to focus my editing on health content geared towards the elderly population. I am excited to be part of this community and start editing! JenOttawa
Sylvia de Haan I am interested in health research, health research system development and evidence informed decision making. I have worked for many years with low and middle income countries in health research system strengthening. I am interested in linking the Cochrane community to Wikipedia and getting Cochrane Systematic Reviews used in support of Wikipedia health articles. Sylvia de Haan
Tracey Howe photoTracey Howe (UK) I am Director of Cochrane Global Ageing :wiki Tracey Howe
Lane Raspberry (USA) Wikipedian in Residence, Consumer Reports. I have been a Wikipedian since 2008. I am interested in promoting access to health information through Wikipedia. Bluerasberry
 

Page last updated 3rd July 2018