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ISSN (e): 2468-8304

Distinguishing Features:

  • Promotes Open Science [poster -> preprint -> paper]
  • Publishing charge of only US$300 with waiver possibilities
  • Esteemed International Editorial Board
  • Promotes equity, diversity and inclusivity
  • Supports early career researchers: First authors of published papers are invited to join the Advisory Board
  • Reviews and Protocols are cross-posted in StemBook, with significantly increased page views and citations
  • Possibility to submit preprints to BioRxiv and medRxiv and subsequently seamlessly submit preprint for peer review in StemJournal
  • Fast peer review and fast online publication
  • Encourage resource exchanges [e.g. Divvly]
  • ‘Editor’s Choice’ papers are highlighted in StemBook
  • Wide social media visibility and press release options


StemJournal co-editor-in-chief Niels Geijsen
Niels Geijsen
Leiden University Medical Center
Professor of Developmental Biology and Regenerative Medicine
The Netherlands
StemJournal co-editor-in-chief Giorgia Quandrato
Giorgia Quandrato
Keck School of Medicine of USC, Health Sciences Campus
Assistant Professor of Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine
Los Angeles, California