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I began to seriously think about open science when I started my own lab and had complete freedom on where I could submit manuscripts. I believe strongly that all research should be available to all people, especially when that research is funded by the public.
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Department of Cell Biology, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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