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  1. eLife Latest: Applications open for new Reviewing Editors in Africa

    eLife is looking to recruit researchers from this region with an open call for self-nominations to its editorial board.
  2. Call for Pitches: “Neurodiversity in academia”

    Are you a neurodivergent scientist? eLife’s Sparks of Change would like to hear from you.
  3. Early-Career Advisory Group: Applications open for candidates to join in 2023

    We’re looking to elect early-career researchers to three vacancies opening in August 2023.
  4. Early-Career Advisory Group: Highlights of our work in 2022

    Over the past year, the group has worked with eLife’s leadership and staff to develop and implement the new publishing model and to champion a more just, equitable and inclusive global research culture.
  5. Author Policy: eLife addresses “parachute science” to support meaningful collaborations

    Promoting inclusion in global research is a step towards creating a more just and equitable future that better supports research and researchers in the Global South.
  6. eLife’s New Model: Your questions answered

    Read answers to frequently asked questions about Reviewed Preprints and publishing with eLife.

  7. eLife Community: Elizabeth Ochola appointed to DORA Steering Committee

    eLife congratulates our early-career advisor on becoming the newest representative in Africa for this worldwide initiative advancing responsible research assessment.
  8. eLife’s New Model: A statement from our board

    eLife’s Board of Directors has issued a public letter of support for our new publishing model.
  9. eLife Community Ambassadors: RADI shines a light on rare disease communities

    Ambassador, Dr. Ana Paula Mendonça, drives forward awareness for rare disease through this new initiative started on Rare Disease Day, February 28, 2023.
  10. eLife Latest: Our thanks to Anna Akhmanova

    After serving eLife as Deputy Editor since 2018, we extend our thanks to Anna Akhmanova for her contributions.