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Darla Henderson

Darla Henderson

Assistant Director, Open Access Programs, ACS Publications
Darla Henderson, Ph.D. is the Assistant Director of Open Access Programs, Publications Division, at the American Chemical Society. She is responsible for the conception, development, and execution of ACS’s multi-faceted open access publishing strategy, including expanded license options, rewards, ecommerce, hybrid and fully open access journals in the ACS portfolio, and is co-leading the development and launch of ChemRxiv, a preprint server for the chemistry community. She is a frequent speaker at key publishing industry and chemistry events, and 7 products under her lead have been awarded PSP/SSP Best of Awards . Follow her on twitter @DarlaPHenderson (personal) and ACS on twitter @ACSPublications (corporate).

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