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Editor in the Spotlight – Professor Mira Petrovic

Mira Petrovic is research professor at Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA), Girona, Spain and Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies (ICREA), Barcelona, Spain. She is an environmental analytical chemist with expertise in analysis of trace organic emerging contaminants in environmental samples, and study of these contaminants’ fate and behavior in the aquatic environment and […]

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Editor in the Spotlight – Professor Anthony P.F. Turner

The journal Biosensors and Bioelectronics was co-founded by Professor Anthony P.F. Turner and two colleagues in 1985. It was initially simply called Biosensors, but the name was expanded in 1991 to encompass the emerging area of Bioelectronics. They chose Elsevier as a publisher for their journal because of the company’s excellent reputation for precision, high […]

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Editor in the Spotlight – Dr. Maddy Parsons

  Dr. Maddy Parsons is a Reader in Cell Biology in the Randall Division at King’s College London. She started her lab 9 years ago following the award of a prestigious Royal Society University Research Fellowship. Upon its completion, she was awarded tenure at King’s. In addition to being highly experienced in biochemical, cell and […]

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Editor in the Spotlight: Nancy S Redeker of Heart & Lung

Nancy S Redeker, PhD, RN, FAHA, FAAN, is the Editor of Heart & Lung: the Journal of Acute and Critical Care, a position she has held since 2011. She served as Associate Editor from 2009-2011. Dr. Redeker is the inaugural Beatrice Renfield Term Professor in Nursing at Yale School of Nursing – Yale University, where […]

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Editor in the Spotlight video compilation

In our regular Editor in the Spotlight Q&A, seasoned editors share their views on a broad array of publishing topics. We have gathered together just some of their responses in this two-minute video – we hope you will find them useful. To view the video full screen, simply click on the  icon in the video […]

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Editor in the Spotlight – Lynn E DeLisi of Schizophrenia Research

Dr. Lynn E DeLisi, MD, is a psychiatrist in the VA Boston Healthcare system and cares for very acutely ill psychotic patients. She is also a Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, where she teaches residents and directs several research projects, the majority of which are on schizophrenia. She is a founding editor of […]

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Editor in the Spotlight: Mirjam Cvetič of Physics Letters B

Mirjam Cvetič is Fay R. and Eugene L. Langberg Professor of Physics at the Department of Physics & Astronomy at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA; an institution with which she has had a primary affiliation since 1987. Her research encompasses broad areas in fundamental particle theory, including gravitational physics in string theory (with her […]

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Editor in the Spotlight: Professor Robert W. Staiger

Robert W. Staiger is the Stockwell Professor of Economics at The University of Wisconsin.  He served as co-Editor of Journal of International Economics from 1995 through 2009, and became co-Editor-in-Chief (with Charles Engel, University of Wisconsin) in January 2010. Staiger’s research focuses on international trade policy, rules and institutions, with a particular emphasis on the […]

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Editor in the Spotlight: George Tsokos of Clinical Immunology

Clinical Immunology publishes original research on the molecular and cellular bases of immunological disease. It is the official journal of FOCIS (the Federation of Clinical Immunology Societies), the preeminent association for clinical immunologists. George C. Tsokos, MD, a Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Chief of Rheumatology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, […]

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