Following the successful launch of Epigenetics & Chromatin earlier this year, a special print issue containing some of the first articles will be available at the forthcoming Keystone Symposium ‘Epigenetics, Development & Human Disease’ (Breckenridge, Colorado; Jan 5th-10th).
Although only a recent addition to BioMed Central’s online open access journals, Epigenetics & Chromatin has already published a number of high quality articles, including a groundbreaking publication from the Brockdorff lab which was highlighted in a mini-review by Barbara Panning in Journal of Biology.
Epigenetics & Chromatin co-Editor-in-Chief, Steven Henikoff, will give the Keynote Address on the opening evening of the symposium. Over the course of the meeting Editorial Board members William Kelly, Amanda Fisher, Barbara Meyer and Timothy Bestor will each chair a session of lectures.
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