Rejuvenation Research: first issue is out

Aubrey de Grey ag24 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk
Fri Jun 11 06:58:28 EST 2004


The first issue of Rejuvenation Research has just been published.

Rejuvenation Research is a relaunch of the Journal of Anti-Aging
Medicine, coinciding with my taking over as Editor-in-Chief from
Michael Fossel.  It will publish the highest-quality research in
all areas of biology relevant to expediting the development of a
real cure for human aging, including stem cell therapy, tissue
engineering, gene therapy and many other areas not conventionally
covered by biogerontology journals, as well as areas that are
more conventionally classified as biogerontology.  It will also
feature extensive analysis of the social context of such work.

A fuller description of the aims and scope of RR is contained in
the editorial to the first issue, which I thank the publishers,
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. of New York, for allowing me to post at my
website:

   http://www.gen.cam.ac.uk/sens/firsted.pdf

The quality that can be expected of this journal is best shown by
the calibre of its editorial board, which consists of established
leaders in all relevant areas.  See below for a link to the list
of board members.

I hope you will consider either taking out a personal subscription
or, if you are a member of an academic institution, recommending
them to take out an institutional subscription.  Or both, of course!
Subscribers can access the journal online shortly after publication;
I am told that issue 1 will be online by the end of this week.

Relevant URLs:

Journal home page (including subscriptions):
   http://www.liebertpub.com/rej/default1.asp

Editorial Board:
   http://www.liebertpub.com/pagedisplay/editorialboard.asp?id=127

Table of Contents:
   http://www.liebertpub.com/pagedisplay/Toc.asp?id=127

Instructions for Authors:
   http://www.liebertpub.com/pagedisplay/Manuscripts.asp?id=127

Any queries or comments regarding RR are of course welcome.

Aubrey de Grey




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