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Benefits of publishing in Cell Genomics

Benefits of publishing in Cell Genomics

Open. Collaborative. Pioneering. Explore all the benefits of publishing with us. 

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Aims & Scope

Genetics, genomics and genome technology, and their applications in basic, molecular, biomedical, clinical, and social sciences.

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Meet the experts who share our mission of advancing genomics and its impact on biomedical science, precision medicine, and global and ecological health.

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Cell Genomics

Cell Genomics–a Cell Press gold open access journal–publishes cutting-edge, multi-disciplinary research at the intersection of genomics and the life sciences.

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We offer a welcoming venue for authors and an indispensable resource for geneticists in all disciplines with research, datasets, and methods that has current utility and paves the way for the future. We support authors throughout the publication process with an approach that includes editorial guidance, production expertise, and marketing outreach to ensure that the research we publish is seen by a broad, diverse community of researchers in all disciplines of genomics.

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Laura M. Zahn, Editor-in-chief

Laura is an evolutionary geneticist whose research was multidisciplinary and focused on how selection and evolution impacts reproduction and development. She joined Cell Press after 15 years as an editor for Science, where she was responsible for papers in genetics and genomics.

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