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We are proud to announce a new cross-journal thematic series between Springer Nature’s Clinical Epigenetics and Epigenetics Communications, guest edited by Renata Z. Jurkowska, Frank Johannes and Tomasz K. Wojdacz. This series was inspired by vibrant discussions at the inaugural edition of the Clinical Epigenetics & Epigenetics Communication International Conference (CLEPIC) in June 2022 in Poland and will cover the latest advances in epigenetic research, ranging from basic epigenetic mechanisms across different organisms to applied clinical epigenetics.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
Epigenetics of Disease
Epigenomic Approaches across the tree of life
Computational Analysis of Epigenomes
Epigenetics in Development and Ageing
We accept original research articles, reviews, perspectives, and opinion articles. For our recently launched Epigenetics Communications journal, we explicitly welcome well-executed studies that showcase and discuss alternative conclusions/interpretations of well-established epigenetic phenomena, as well as technically sound studies that “fail” to prove a scientific hypothesis (so-called “negative data”). Altogether, we aim for this Series to provide a comprehensive reference work of the many exciting developments in the field.
Inquiries can be made to Renata Z. Jurkowska (firstname.lastname@example.org), Frank Johannes (email@example.com) and Tomasz K. Wojdacz (firstname.lastname@example.org).