Visit booth #215 to discover all about the resources we offer for stem cell researchers
[Posted by Carmel McNamara, IOS Press]
Amsterdam, NL – We are pleased to announce that StemJournal – and its whole family of publications in StemHub – will be represented at the International Society for Stem Cell Research Annual Meeting (ISSCR 2022), taking place June 15–18 in San Francisco. Be sure to visit us at the IOS Press booth #215 to meet the team and pick up an exclusive limited-edition souvenir copy of the journal. As it is an online-only publication, we do not usually issue publish print editions – except for this one time! Numbers are limited, so be sure to plan your trip early in the event to be sure of picking up a copy.
We are very pleased to participate as an exhibitor ISSCR 2022, which is a significant event on the stem cell calendar and is co-sponsored by STEMCELL Technologies.
Together with an outstanding international Editorial Board, the StemJournal team believes that it is important to provide a forum for studies that use stem cells to develop novel therapies and perhaps even cures for people suffering from devastating diseases. The journal’s aim is to keep pace with developments in this fast-moving field by publishing integrative biomedical research on stem cells. The key priority is to publish open access content and top quality research in stem cell biology, including translational research and clinical application, disease modeling, computational and systems biology, and data science.
Via the IOS Press exhibition booth #215, you will be able to pick up a collection of papers that were specially selected for the ISSCR event to highlight content published in StemJournal – from review articles, to research reports to position papers and poster reports. We are seeking new submissions to the journal and we offer authors a fast, fair, and thorough peer review process, and rapid online publication. We also support the publication of preprints in bioRxiv and medRxiv through the journal’s StemRxiv portal, making submission to either of these preprint databases a simple click away.
The journal is also strongly aligned with StemBook, co-publishing new content, from protocols to seminal or topical. Together, these open access publications also form the backbone of the StemHub platform – with its newly-launched website.
Together with the growing StemHub, our vision is to build a community for all stem cell researchers to share ideas and advance the field to developing the cures of tomorrow. We are excited about the future of StemJournal and look forward to receiving your submissions!