Biographical data concerning a contributor, usually an author or editor or the description of a collaboration. A <bio> concerns a person or group who wrote or otherwise contributed to the article.
In print publications, the biographical text associated with an article may not appear with the article metadata; for example, it may appear at the end of the article, in a sidebar, or collected with other biographies in a separate section of the publication. Biographies may be as short as a few words (tagged as a <p>) or as long as a section with internal subsections.
Conversion Note: The XLink linking attribute @xlink:href may be used to point to a picture of the contributor, to a more complete vita, to his/her website, etc.
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The following, in order:
Section-style <bio> with headed sections
... <contrib contrib-type="author"> <name>...</name> <bio> <p>One of the most well-known Surgeons General of the United States (1982-1989), C. Everett Koop’s illustrious career encompasses more than 35 years ...</p> <sec> <label>1</label><title>Education</title> <p>Following his graduation from Dartmouth College (B.A., 1937), Koop received his M.D. degree ...</p> </sec> <sec> <label>2</label><title>Medical Practice</title> <p>Following his training, Koop joined the staff of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia as a pediatric surgeon; in 1946 he became ...</p> </sec> <sec> <label>3</label><title>Government Office</title> <p>Koop became Surgeon General in January 1982. During his tenure, he was a strong advocate on public health issues such as the rights of the disabled, smoking, and ...</p> <p>The same year as his appointment, controversy arose involving the treatment of a disabled newborn ...</p> ... </sec> ... </bio> </contrib> ...
<article> <front>... <article-meta>... <contrib-group> <contrib contrib-type="author"> <name><surname>Forster</surname> <given-names>Anne</given-names></name> <role>Designed electronic devices and protocols</role> <xref ref-type="aff"/> <bio> <p><bold>Anne Forster</bold> is the current editor of the <italic>OASIS Microwave Journal</italic>, responsible for Technical Committee and Developments. She received her BE and PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. Currently, she is professor in the School of Electronic Engineering at the University of Finlandia, where she holds the chair in Microwave Electronics</p> <p>She is a member of the technical program committee for the International Microwave Symposium and a member of the editorial board for the <italic>Mulberry Transactions on Microwave Theory and Technique</italic>. she has organized many workshops and taught many short courses on microwave signal integrity and wireless and RF design.</p> </bio> <email>firstname.lastname@example.org</email> </contrib> <contrib contrib-type="author">... </contrib> </contrib-group>...</article-meta> </front> <body>... </body> <back> ... </back></article>