Wiley Launches New Journal – Regeneration
Wiley is thrilled to announce the launch of a new open access journal solely dedicated to regeneration and repair together with a team of high profile international editors – Regeneration. Regeneration is a peer-reviewed, open access journal dedicated to the publication of papers covering regeneration and tissue repair in animals and plants.
Against the backdrop of basic research in developmental biology, and in conjunction with the ascendancy of stem cell biology, the time is ripe to explore the next frontier: natural and assisted healing and regeneration. The goal of the editors and publishers of Regeneration is to provide the first dedicated venue for research related to repair and regeneration in its many forms, and in all relevant species.
With an aging population in the Western world, a growing need for replacing organs is irrevocable, which has put emphasis on the need of increasing and enhancing research in regeneration and repair. Funding to the field has increased in recent years in most countries to further improve and grow the research and it is our hope that Regeneration will be instrumental in communicating these vital results to the community in the future.
The journal’s Editor-in-Chief is Susan V. Bryant, Research Professor and Associate Vice Chancellor for Research in the Department of Developmental and Cell Biology, University of California, Irvine. Susan is supported by a diverse and internationally prominent Editorial Board of established scientists who have devoted their careers to regeneration and repair.
The journal will publish articles under the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) License, allowing authors to comply with Open Access Mandates. Authors are invited to submit articles via the journal’s online submission site, or ask the editorial office for more information about whether their article is suitable for this new journal.
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