New Study Identifies Myeloproliferative Phenotype

New study shows the possibility of establishment of a myeloproliferative phenotype using patient-derived iPSCs. Click for details!


StemJournal: Call for Papers

Submit your work to our open access journal. We welcome research articles, reviews, protocols, opinion articles – and more – for submission to StemJournal, as well as abstracts and poster reports for publication in StemMeets. Click for details!


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StemBook is a partner online publication to StemJournal, with both these open access platforms forming part of the IOS Press StemHub. StemBook has been a vital resource since 2008 and includes up-to-date information and curated news of the latest stem cell research. Click to visit the site!

About the Journal

StemJournal is an international, multidisciplinary publication for communicating outstanding stem cell research, including basic biology, clinical applications, disease modeling, computational and systems biology, and data science. It promises to be open to new scientific contributions from the many fields of research on stem cells.

The journal publishes original, peer-reviewed content covering a wide range of topics related to stem cell research, including Research Reports, Review Articles, Protocols, and more. This is an online journal that follows an open access model.


StemJournal co-editor-in-chief Chad Cowan
Chad A. Cowan
Harvard Stem Cell Institute, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center,
Boston, MA, USA
StemJournal co-editor-in-chief Niels Geijsen
Niels Geijsen
Leiden University Medical Center, Professor Developmental Biology and Regenerative Medicine,
Leiden, NL

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