- Robert T. Gerlai, University of Toronto Mississauga
- Charanjit Kaur, National University of Singapore
- Anthony Kline, University of Pittsburgh
- Thomas Munte, University of Luebeck
- Maurizio Popoli, University of Milan
- Mark M. Rasenick, University of Illinois, Chicago
- Vijayalakshmi Ravindranath, Indian Institute of Science
- Piali Sengupta, Brandeis University
- Timothy Shipley, BioMed Central
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