Editorial Advisory Board

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We are proud to work with a diverse global board of editorial experts to help guide strategic and operational developments at Taylor & Francis.

Our Editorial Advisory Board members represent a wide spectrum of fields and regions, offering insights from areas of expertise and experience. We value members’ input into our program of continuous improvement, service development and innovation. Our vision is to meet the needs and aspirations of researchers and professional communities around the world now and in the future.

Meet the Editorial Advisory Board members:

Editor in Chief, Ethnicity & Health

Dr Baker is an appointed member of the US Department of Veterans Affairs Geriatric and Gerontology Advisory Committee, the National Institutes of Health’s Interagency Pain Coordinating Committee, and Editor-in-Chief of Ethnicity & Health. She is a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America, and past chair of GSA’s Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSS) section. Her background in Gerontology, Psychology, and Biobehavioral Health has evolved into an active research agenda focusing on health disparities/equity; and understanding the behavioral and psychosocial predictors and outcomes of chronic pain and pain among older Black adults.


Co-Editor in Chief, HIV Research & Clinical Practice

Dr Barber received his doctorate from the University of Cambridge in 2019. Tristan is Honorary Secretary for the British HIV Association (BHIVA) and Chair of the BHIVA Education and Scientific Subcommittee. He is passionate about supporting global HIV educational and research programmes and is current Chair of the European AIDS Clinical Society (EACS) Young Investigator Network (YING).

ORCID: 0000-0002-8878-0771

Editor in Chief, Sustainable Environment

Associate Professor Bloor is Editor of the Royal Society of Chemistry book series Issues on Environmental Science and Technology. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, a member of the United Nations Environmental Programme’s (UNEP) Roster of Experts, which was formally known as the Technical Advisory Group to the United Nations Environmental Programme’s (UNEP) Executive Director, Sherpa to the European Commission’s High-Level Round Table for the Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability and UK Government Chemicals Stakeholder Forum member.

ORCID: 0000-0002-8878-0771

Editor, Middle East Critique

Dr Capasso is the author of Everyday Politics in the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (Syracuse University Press, 2023). His current project focuses on the study of US-led imperialism through the Libyan microcosm. His research interests include the study of sanctions, wars and militarism, with a focus on the Global South at large.


Editor in Chief, Teaching & Learning in Medicine

Professor Cianciolo has published numerous journal articles and book chapters, and has been most recently funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Kern Institute for Transforming Medical Education. She has been honored as a CGEA Laureate (2021), an SIU-SOM Outstanding Scholar (2016) and Outstanding Educator (2018), and an AMEE Miriam Friedman Ben-David New Educator (2014).


Member of the Editorial Board, Journal of African Cultural Studies

Sr Dominic Dipio is a full professor of literature and film and the former Chair of the Department of Literature at Makerere University. Her awards include the East African Commonwealth Fellowship, the Fulbright, African Humanities Program (AHP), Cambridge-Africa Programme for Research Excellence (CAPREx), the Research Innovation Fund (Makerere), and the Leadership Academy HERS-SA. In addition, she is a filmmaker and critic, and has served as juror at international, regional and local film festivals, including in Berlin, Milan, Amiens, Burkina Faso and Tanzania. Dipio has been instrumental to the development of Ugandan film industry. She has also served on the Pontifical Council for Communication and she is currently a member of the Dicastery for Culture and Education of the Holy See.

Managing Editor, Contemporary Japan

Dr Gagné received his PhD in Cultural Anthropology from Yale University and has worked at Waseda University, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and The University of Hong Kong. His research interests include theories of moral economy, religious globalization, and the cultural industries, with a regional focus on Japan. He co-edited Japan through the lens of the Tokyo Olympics (Routledge, 2020), and his work has been published in Transcultural PsychiatryJapan ReviewJournal of Linguistic Anthropology, and others.

Executive Editor, Teaching in Higher Education

Dr Harrison works as a transdisciplinary social scientist, working across education, sociology, psychology and social policy. His research is primarily focused on young people’s educational decision-making, with a particular emphasis on disadvantage and marginalisation. He has been an executive editor of Teaching in Higher Education since 2014 and a co-editor of Research Papers in Education since 2023.


Editor in Chief, Petroleum Science & Technology

Dr Hascakir pursued postdoctoral studies at Stanford University in the Energy Resources Engineering Department and worked for Schlumberger in Venezuela, UK, and Colombia as a senior Heavy Oil Reservoir Engineer. She is SPE Distinguished Member.

Editor in Chief, Cogent Mental Health

Dr Hayes received his PhD in psychology from the University of Maryland and is a professor at the Pennsylvania State University. His research has been funded by several agencies, including the American Psychological Foundation and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. He has received early career awards from both the Society for Psychotherapy Research and the American Psychological Association, where he is a fellow in two divisions. Dr Hayes has served as President of the North American Chapter of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, was associate editor of the Journal of Counseling Psychology, and was the editor of Psychotherapy Research 2016–2021. Currently, he serves as founding editor of Cogent Mental Health. Dr Hayes is a licensed psychologist and has provided psychotherapy to adults for the past 30 years.


Regional Editor, International Journal of Logistics Research & Applications

Associate Professor Jackson has a special interest in the adoption of digital innovations for value creation in agrifood supply chain systems. Through her national and international experience in grains, red meat, poultry, pork, seafood, milk, wool, vegetables, and cocoa, as well retail and consumer experiences and logistics networks, she brings an interdisciplinary knowledge of research that is focused on both theory and practice.


Editor in Chief, Journal of Quality Technology

Professor Jones-Farmer research group focuses on developing practical methods for analyzing data in industrial and business settings. In addition to her research in industrial analytics, Allison enjoys helping organizations improve their analytics capability, developing innovative curricula, and teaching data science. Before joining Miami University, Allison was a Professor of Statistics and Analytics at Auburn University, where she held the C&E Smith chair. She is also on the Editorial Board of Quality Engineering, and is a former Associate Editor for Technometrics.

Co-Editor in Chief, Journal of the Learning Sciences

Professor Jurow’s research focuses on understanding what counts as consequential learning for people – in schools and communities. She has studied project-based mathematics and science learning in classrooms, learning as part of progressive social movements for justice, and learning and “un-learning” related to organizing for equity in institutions of higher education. Across these diverse contexts, Susan has foregrounded people’s capacity to organize new futures while simultaneously struggling against entrenched systems of oppression.


Co-Editor in Chief, Architectural Engineering & Design Management

Dr Adeyeye undertakes teaching and research in integrated design, architecture and planning, architectural technology for resource efficiency, resilience, and sustainability of the built environment. Her professional background is in architecture, building development and adaptation, surveying, and post-occupancy processes. She is a chartered member of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT), and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

Co-Editor, European Journal of Higher Education

Dr Klemenčič’s major research contribution is on student agency in relation to higher education. Klemenčič has over 150 publications and over 80 keynotes and invited lectures on a broad array of higher education topics, including institutional research and quality assurance, internationalization, and different aspects of higher education reforms.

Editor in Chief, The Global Sixties: An Interdisciplinary Journal

Professor Klimke has authored A Breath of Freedom: The Civil Rights Struggle, African American GIs, and Germany (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, with Maria Hōhn) and The Other Alliance: Student Protest in West Germany and the United States in the Global Sixties (Princeton UP, 2011). His recent co-edited works are The Routledge Handbook of the Global Sixties: Between Protest and Nation-Building (Routledge, 2018), Protest Cultures: A Companion (Berghahn Books, 2016), Trust, But Verify: The Politics of Uncertainty and the Transformation of the Cold War Order, 1969-1991 (Stanford UP, 2016), Nuclear Threats, Nuclear Fear and the Cold War of the 1980s (Cambridge UP, 2016).


Editor in Chief, Mitochondrial DNA Part B: Resources

Professor Liu obtained his doctorate from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus, USA. He has published over 100 SCI papers in journals including ScienceNature CommunicationsNucleic Acids ResearchPNAS. He has edited six books, holds six patents and ten software copyrights. His main research interests are Molecular evolution of medicinal plants and Small RNA drug discovery.

ORCID: 0000-0003-3398-8695

Editor in Chief, Advances in Medical Education & Practice

Professor Majumder earned his MBBS from Bangladesh and later pursued advanced degrees in medical education and public health from Australia, the UK, and Bangladesh. Renowned for his innovative contributions in medical education, he has served in Bangladesh, Malaysia, and the UK. His expertise spans curriculum development, faculty training, accreditation, and HRH management. Furthermore, he has contributed to educational projects with organizations like WHO and World Bank and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK.

Editor in Chief, Journal of Contemporary African Studies

Professor Motsemme previously served as Academic Director at South Africa’s National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIHSS), and Director: Postgraduate Studies and Research Capacity Development at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Her research interests include African Feminist/Womanist Theories and Indigenous Knowledge Systems; Cultures and Subjectivities of Survival, Death and Healing in Townships; African Truth and Reconciliation Commissions and Gendering Memories; and Higher Education Transformation and African Women’s Experiences.

ORCID ID: 0000-0003-1016-9515

Editor in Chief, European Journal of Psychotraumatology

Professor Dr Olff is Head of the Center for Psychological Trauma at the department of Psychiatry at the Amsterdam University Medical Centers (AMC), University of Amsterdam, and Director of Research at the ARQ National Psychotrauma Centre, Diemen, The Netherlands. She is the past president of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS), past president of the European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, (ESTSS). Currently she is founding Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Psychotraumatology (EJPT) and chair of the Global Collaboration on Traumatic Stress (GCTS).

LinkedIn: Miranda Olff, Twitter: Molff

Senior Editor, International and Comparative Education, Cogent Education

Professor Oleksiyenko’s research primarily focuses on the challenges of globalisation and transformations of universities in the 21st century. He is a leading scholar on the challenges of organizational change in post-soviet higher education. Professor Oleksiyenko holds a PhD in Higher Education from OISE-University of Toronto.

Editor, Language Awareness

Masatoshi Sato has a PhD from McGill University and is a professor at Universidad Andrés Bello. His research agenda is to conduct theoretical and applied research in order to facilitate the dialogue between practitioners and researchers. His research interests include instructed second language acquisition, peer interaction, metacognition, corrective feedback, learner psychology, teacher psychology, race and accents, and the research-practice relationship. He is the recipient of the 2014 ACTFL/MLJ Paul Pimsleur Award and serves as Editor of Language Awareness.

Editor-in-Chief, Bulletin of Spanish Studies and Bulletin of Spanish Visual Studies

Professor Torres has published across the broad field of Golden Age Spanish literary studies, authoring essays on theatre, prose and poetry. In addition to editing Bulletin of Spanish Studies, she is a member of the Caliope Editorial Board, Tamesis Advisory Board, and the SRBHP Executive Board. She is a Corresponding Member of the Real Academia Española, a member of the Royal Irish Academy, and British Academy Fellow.


Editor in Chief, Virulence

Professor Tyler runs a multidisciplinary research group taking a genomics led approach to tackling problems associated with a variety of microbial diseases. He has served as an NTD expert to the European Commission and as the general secretary of the British Society for Parasitology. He has also been a proponent and pioneer of Open Access and is a modernizer of effective communication and publication for research in communicable disease to enable access of the key scientific literature by scientists and clinicians in the more impoverished countries most affected by infectious disease.


Co-Editor in Chief, Ecosystems & People

Alexander van Oudenhoven is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Environmental Sciences of Leiden University (CML), The Netherlands. In his research, he studies how land and water management affects nature’s contributions to people, with a particular focus on coastal ecosystems. Alexander was lead author of the IPBES Assessment Report on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services for Europe and Central Asia, which was published in 2018. In addition, he is director of the transdisciplinary MSc programme Governance of Sustainability, at Leiden University.

ORCID: 0000-0003-4021-0785

Editor in Chief, Evidence-Based Toxicology

Dr Whaley is a researcher, consultant, and academic editor, with work centring on developing and promoting open science practices and evidence-based methods in environmental health. An experienced Editor of over 450 systematic reviews and methods manuscripts, he publishes regularly and with a strong strategic focus on creating international collaborations, supporting early career researchers, and improving how environmental research is conducted and integrated into policy decisions.

ORCID: 0000-0003-1814-3416

Editor in Chief, Contemporary Nurse.

Dr Rochelle Wynne has developed a compelling profile in health services research focused on chronic cardiovascular disease. After completing a Graduate Diploma in Critical Care, and a Master of Education degree, Rochelle was the first nurse in Australia to be awarded a Biomedical Scholarship from the National Health and Medical Research Council to undertake her PhD. She has been the clinical representative for the Australian and New Zealand Society of Cardiothoracic Surgeons (ANZSCTS) Steering Committee and Quality Committee for almost a decade, in addition to being a scientific reviewer for the Royal Melbourne Hospital Human Research Ethics Committee. She has published widely in leading journals.


Editor in Chief, Statistical Theory & Related Fields

Dr Yincai received his PhD degree in statistics in 1999 from East China Normal University, and was promoted to full professor in 2007. He won the Excellent Teacher Award of Postgraduate Education of East China Normal University, the Third Prize of Shanghai Science and Technology, the Third Prize of Shanghai Teaching Achievement and the Third Prize of Shanghai Science and Technology Progress. His research interests include reliability statistics, machine learning and Bayesian statistics, in which he published more than 100 research papers.

Member of the Editorial Board, Journal of African Cultural Studies.

Helen Yitah is a professor of literature with specialization in African and postcolonial literatures. She holds BA and MPhil. degrees from the University of Ghana and a PhD from the University of South Carolina, Columbia. She has won awards including a William J. Fulbright scholarship, an achievement award from the Ghana Association of Writers, a DAAD fellowship, an International Women’s Forum Leadership Foundation Fellowship, and an honorary Fellowship of the Columbia University Center for the Study of Social Difference. She is Ghana’s Focal Point for the World Atlas of Languages, nominated by the Ghana Commission for UNESCO. Prof. Yitah is Henry Hart Rice Fellow with the Council on African Studies at Yale University (2023-24). She is a Fellow and the Honorary Secretary of the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences.