Super exciting news! As of this week, I’ll be a PLoS Blogger! A PLoGGer! Or a PLoGster! Yay!
This is very exciting, and I’m looking forward to moving onto the PLoS network. For some perspective, I’m going from my blog (3-5k visits/month) to PLoS Blogs (>200k visits/month). I’ll be writing for their brand new Public Health blog and their Science Education blog, together with some incredible writers, including the very talented Viet Le and Beth Skwarecki on Public Health, as well Jean Flanagan and Cristina Russo on Science-Ed, as well as others (including frequent Mr Epidemiology guest, Lindsay Kobayashi!).
The blogs go live tonight (so if the links don’t work, check back later), and will be available at:
I’m going to continue to use Mr Epidemiology to aggregate my work on these sites and Gradifying, and will continue to update Mr Epid with other posts and thoughts that don’t fit those three blogs.
As always, I welcome your comments, and hope you’ll join me over at PLoS! And above all, thank you all for your support!