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December 2012 eNewsletter

Just Published: 2013 Annual Review Issue
Inflammation, Wound Repair & Fibrosis

Guest Editors:
Eric S. White & Alberto R. Mantovani

This 2013 Annual Review Issue of The Journal of Pathology offers an up-to-date glimpse of ongoing research in the fields of inflammation, wound healing, and tissue fibrosis, and highlights novel pathways and mechanisms that may be exploited to provide newer, more effective treatments to patients worldwide suffering from these conditions.

Download all the articles from the 2013 Annual Review Issue for free

You can also still enjoy the 2012 Annual Review Issue on The Cell Biology of Disease for FREE online.

Click here to read this issue now.


New Virtual Issue: Animal models of disease

Read the latest Virtual Issue from The Journal of Pathology:

Animal models of disease
Compiled and annotated by Prof Richard Poulsom

Read this virtual issue online or download the PDF.


Featured Articles This Month
Enjoy FREE access to the following papers

Quality really matters: the need to improve specimen quality in biomedical research

Autophagy in clear cell ovarian cancer, a potential marker for hypoxia and poor prognosis?

Stem cell research points the way to the cell of origin for intracranial germ cell tumours

Deciphering the epigenetic network in colorectal cancer


Announcement: RCPath Gold Research Medal

Congratulations to Katherine Hughes who was awarded the Royal College of Pathologists Gold Research Medal 2012 for her paper entitled Conditional deletion of Stat3 in mammary epithelium impairs the acute phase response and modulates immune cell number during post-lactational regression which was first published in January 2012 in The Journal of Pathology.

You can download the full article for free:
Conditional deletion of Stat3 in mammary epithelium impairs the acute phase response and modulates immune cell number during post-lactational regression

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Call for papers: Next generation sequencing studies with relevance to the understanding of disease mechanisms

The coupling of pathology with massively parallel sequencing studies provides a unique opportunity to further our understanding of the pathophysiological and pathogenetic mechanisms of human disease, a major interest of The Journal of Pathology.

The Journal is now soliciting submissions of primary research based on massively parallel sequencing taking advantage of novel insights into the genetic basis of human diseases, including but not restricted to, the identification of new genotype-phenotype associations and novel driver mutations, characterisation of patterns of genetic instability, and on the topic of intra-tumour genetic heterogeneity.

Read the full details here.

Use the Manuscript Submission Checklist for Authors

Submit your research for publication online at
mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jpath

   
2013 REVIEW ISSUE FREE ONLINE

EVENTS

Meetings noted with an asterisk (*) below are coming opportunities to meet the Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Pathology. Discuss possible submission, learn about the Journal and its review process, and much more.

2013 Pathological Society Winter Meeting - Joint Meeting with the Dutch Pathological Society*
January 8 − 9, 2013
Utrecht, The Netherlands

British Neuropathological Society Annual Meeting
January 13 − 15, 2013
London, United Kingdom

US and Canadian Academy of Pathology*
March 2 − 8, 2013
Baltimore, MD, USA

American Association for Cancer Research*
April 6 − 10, 2013
Washington, DC, USA

54th Japanese Society of Neuropathology Annual Meeting
April 24 − 26, 2013
Tokyo, Japan


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