Anne Clinio, member of the Scholarly Communications Lab, smiles into the camera.

Dr. Anne Clinio (she/her) is an independent researcher, member of the Open Science and Citizen Innovation Laboratory (CindaLab) in Brazil, and Research Assistant at the ScholCommLab. She currently works as a Communication Consultant for Sustainable Rural Development in the Caatinga (PRS Caatinga)—an organization which dialogues on the climate change agenda and promotes low-carbon agriculture among family farmers in the Northeast region of Brazil.

Anne holds an MSc and PhD in Information Science from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). She has participated in several Open Science-related research projects with organizations such as Open and Collaborative Science in Development Network (OCSDNet), Medialab Prado, and Fundación Karisma. She currently facilitates an online webinar series—Another Open Science Already Exists in Latin America—which aims to reveal the continent’s pioneerism and long tradition in this field, promote the experimentation of innovations, and strengthen a Latin American perspective of Open Science.

She is also a former member of the Education, Information, and Communication Vice Presidency team of Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (Fiocruz) and its Open Science Working Group. Anne collaborated with the collective formulation and execution of Fiocruz institutional strategy for its Open Data policy. She is also the author of classes in the “Historical Overview of Open Science” module and co-coordinator of the “Open Data” module—both Fiocruz Massive Open Online Courses.

A complete list of Anne’s publications can be found at Humanities Commons. Find her on Twitter at @anneclinio.