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Cell & Bioscience is delighted to welcome a new Associate Editor to the team, Dr Lin Mei, director of the Institute of Molecular Medicine and Genetics at the Medical College of Georgia. Dr Mei’s laboratory works on brain cell communication and impairment in conditions such as schizophrenia and myasthenia gravis. In 2013, Dr Mei was elected as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for his important work in the field of Neuroscience. We greatly look forwards to working with Dr Lin Mei on the editorial team at Cell & Bioscience.
It is with great sadness that we announce that Kuan-Teh Jeang M.D. Ph.D., Associate Editor for Cell & Bioscience, passed away suddenly in the night of 27th January 2013.
Dr Jeang was a prominent figure in research on the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and the human tumor virus HTLV, and published prolifically on the disease-causing mechanisms of both these retroviruses. As well as a very successful researcher, he was the Editor-in-Chief of Retrovirology and had served as the president of the Society of Chinese Bioscientists in America in 2010-2011, two areas in which he was passionate –open access publishing and the representation of Asian-American scientists.
Dr Jeang was not only invaluable to Cell & Bioscience as an Associate Editor but …
Dr Kuan-Teh Jeang, Associate Editor for Cell & Bioscience and Editor-in-Chief of Retrovirology (as well as editorial board member of BMC Biology and BMC Medicine) recently delivered the 2012 NIH George Khoury lecture. The George Khoury lecture is an NIH “named” lectures and represents a high recognition of scientific research. Previous Khoury lecturers included David Baltimore, Phil Sharp, Robert Tjian, Bert Vogelstein, Robert Weinberg amongst others. Dr Jeang spoke on his work regarding HTLV-1 and Adult T-cell leukemia. A videocast of his lecture can be accessed here.
Presentation made by the NIH Director for Intramural Research, Dr Michael Gottesman, to Dr Jeang at the Khoury lecture.
We are pleased to announce that Thomson Reuters (ISI) have accepted Cell & Bioscience for citation tracking and we will be expecting the journal to receive its first Impact Factor in June 2013. This is really a great a achievement for such a new journal and we see it as testament to the high quality articles that the journal is publishing.
We would like to thank all the authors who have submitted to the journal so far. Please do continue submitting to the journal to take advantage of a rapid peer-review process, immediate publication upon acceptance and indexing in PubMed and PubMed Central.
Cell & Bioscience are pleased to announce that they will be publishing a thematic series on the “Structure and mechanism of nanomotors in the cell” in 2013.
The thematic series which is edited by Dr Peixuan Guo is now open for submissions. Please contact Dr Guo if you are interested in contributing to the series.
The June SCBA newsletter is available at http://www.scbasociety.org/News/June-2012.pdf
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Our annual Ming K Jeang Award for Excellence in Cell & Bioscience, established this year, recognizes the excellence of research published in the journal in the past year. The following two winning articles, selected by a committee of internationally renowned Cell & Bioscience Editors, chaired by Dr Chris Lau, have been chosen for their innovation, high-quality execution and lasting contribution to the biosciences.
DNA vaccines delivered
by human papillomavirus pseudovirions as a promising approach for generating
antigen-specific CD8+ T cell immunity
Shiwen Peng, Barbara Ma, Shu-Hsia
Chen, Chien-Fu Hung, TC Wu
Cell & Bioscience 2011,
1:26 (28 July 2011)
Transient knockdown and
overexpression reveal a developmental role for the zebrafish enosf1b gene
Steve Finckbeiner, Pin-Joe …
The maintenance of genomic integrity in response to DNA damage relies on the intricate coordination of DNA repair, cell cycle progression, transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation and apoptosis. The DNA damage response pathways play a critical role in human health, as failure at any of these steps could lead to cancer and other diseases.
In a collection of reviews published in Cell & Bioscience today, guest edited by Dr Guo-Min Li, we attempt to define the most challenging questions concerning DNA damage response and repair, and to provide an overview of the latest advances in the field.
This is one of a number of exciting special issues to be published in Cell & …
Cell & Bioscience announces the establishment of the Ming K. Jeang Award for Excellence in Cell & Bioscience. The Award, consisting of $500 cash and a certificate, is funded by a generous donation from the Ming K. Jeang Foundation and intends to honor outstanding research papers published in Cell & Bioscience. All research articles published in Cell & Bioscience are qualified for consideration and a committee of editors will select two research articles published in the preceding year in Cell & Bioscience to receive the award.