Epigenetics & Chromatin, a new open access journal, has launched with Frank Grosveld and Steven Henikoff as co-Editors-in-Chief. The Editors-in-Chief are supported by an Editorial Board comprised of internationally recognized experts in the field of epigenetics. Based on the positive response the journal has already received from the community both Editors-in-Chief are extremely optimistic about… Read more »
Monthly Archives: October 2008
There are only a few more days left to nominate a deserving scientist for the 2008 Retrovirology prize. Please read the editorial below for further instructions on how to nominate for the prize and the approaching deadline. Recognizing mid-career productivity: the 2008 Retrovirology Prize, call for nominationKuan-Teh JeangRetrovirology 2008, 5:80 (11 September 2008)[Abstract] [Full Text] [PDF] [PubMed]… Read more »1
Retrovirology editors Ben Berkhout and Kuan-Teh Jeang spoke at the International Conference on Fundamental and Translational Research on HIV/AIDS: Global Perspectives held October 5-8, 2008 in Mumbai. India. Shown in the picture below are Berkhout and Jeang with an Indian friend in full local costume.
Journal of Biomedical Science is to become an open access journal published by BioMed Central. The journal is indexed in MEDLINE and Web of Science and has an Impact Factor of 2.02. It is now accepting submissions via its new BioMed Central website and will publish its first open access articles in January 2009. Journal… Read more »
With nearly 45% of all deaths in the developed world caused by chronic inflammatory and fibrogenic disorders the launch of Fibrogenesis & Tissue Repair couldn’t be more significant; Fibrogenesis & Tissue Repair is the first journal dedicated solely to the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of fibroproliferative disorders. Massimo Pinzani (Editor-in-Chief), an internationally renowned expert in the… Read more »
Today we are unveiling the new logo for Genome Biology. Genome Biology provides a comprehensive information source for biology in the post-genomic era. As we prepare for the future and the upcoming launch of our new sister journal Genome Medicine we are revitalizing the Genome Biology website and today unveil a new logo and color… Read more »