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  • The DBIO Blog is run by Tony Stankus. He is a Life Sciences Librarian and holds the rank of full Professor at the University of Arkansas. He is also the 2009 SLA Fellow, and the 2005 winner of the SLA's Rose L. Vormelker Award for exceptional services in the area of mentoring students and/or working professionals. You can contact Tony at tstankus@uark.edu.