Analytical Cellular Pathology


Analytical Cellular Pathology started in 1988, changed its name to Cellular Oncology between 2004 and 2009, and in 2010 readopted its original name and features an expanded scope.

IMPACT FACTOR: 4,169 (JCR '09) is calculated based on Cellular Oncology articles published in 2007-2008.

ISSN: 2210-7177
Volume 34-35; 12 issues
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Status Report: Last issue (volume 34:3) published 6 July 2011
Next issue (volume 34:4) scheduled for September 2011

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Editor-in-Chief
Stanley Cohen
University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey
New Jersey Medical School
185 S Orange Ave.
NJ 07103 Newark
USA
E-mail: cohenstan@verizon.net

Coordinating Editor
Marion C. Cohen
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
NY 11203 Brooklyn
USA
E-mail: cohenmarion@verizon.net

Associate Editors
Elaine Bearer
The University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM
USA
E-mail: ebearer@salud.unm.edu

Hilary Coller
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ
USA
E-mail: hcoller@princeton.edu

Walter Giaretti
National Cancer Institute
Genoa
Italy
E-mail: walter.giaretti@istge.it

Ronald H. Goldfarb
Sopherion Therapeutics, LLC
Princeton
USA
E-mail: rgoldfarb@sopherion.com

Richard Levenson
Brighton Consulting Group
Brighton, MA
USA
E-mail: rml@post.harvard.edu

Jonathan Reichner
Brown University
Providence, RI
USA
E-mail: jonathan_reichner@brown.edu

Thomas Ried
Genetics Branch/CCR/NCI/NIH
Bethesda, MD
USA
E-mail: riedt@mail.nih.gov

Gordon W. Stamp
Institute of Cancer Research
London
United Kingdom
E-mail: g.stamp@imperial.ac.uk

Ronald S. Weinstein
University of Arizona College of Medicine
Tucson
USA
E-mail: ronaldw@u.arizona.edu

Advisory Board
George Michalopoulos
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA
USA
E-mail: michalopoulosgk@msx.upmc.edu

Noel Rose
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD,
USA
E-mail: nrrose@jhsph.edu

Mark Tykocinski
Thomas Jefferson University
Philadelphia, PA
USA
E-mail: mark.tykocinski@jefferson.edu

 
Editorial Board
Niki J. Agnantis, Greece Hong Liu, USA
Sunil S. Badve, USA Calum MacAulay, Canada
Ulysses J. Balis, USA Anant Madabhushi, USA
Nick Barker, Netherlands William A. Muller, USA
Anna Batistatou, Greece Vasilis Ntziachristos, Germany
Stephen Boppart, USA Athanasios G. Papavassiliou, Greece
Rudolph Castellani, USA George Perry, USA
Frederick Coffman, USA Iver Petersen, Germany
Kenneth Cohen, USA Françoise Praz, France
Chris Contag, USA Pranela Rameshwar, USA
Thomas Cremer, Germany Jorge Reis Filho, UK
Barbara Croft, USA David Rimm, USA
Håvard E. Danielsen, Norway Stanley J. Robboy, USA
Barbara Detrick, USA Rosella Silvestrini, Italy
Robert J. Donnelly, USA Mark Sobel, USA
Fazel Famili, Canada Sudhir Srivastava, USA
Michael Feldman, USA Patrick Tan, Singapore
Helen Fernandes, USA Hans Tanke, Netherlands
Michael Ghadimi, Germany John E. Tomaszewski, USA
Françoise Giroud, France Sebastian Wachsmann-Hogiu, USA
Heike Grabsch, UK Adam Wax, USA
Joe W. Gray, USA Edgar Wingender, Germany
Meera Hameed, USA Fred S. Wouters, Germany
Parvez Haris, United Kingdom Yukako Yagi, USA
James F. Leary, USA Paul J. van Diest, Netherlands

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Aims and Scope 
Analytical Cellular Pathology focuses on the burgeoning applications of physical techniques to the study of cells, tissues, and organs in disease to elucidate pathogenesis and further translational research, enhanced diagnosis or prognostication as well as new and better therapies. Of particular relevance are studies that explore the ways that aberrant biochemical and molecular pathways are transduced into the physical processes that underlie pathogenesis. The journal aims to be appeal to an audience of pathologists, cell biologists, and biochemists as well as biomedical engineers by focussing on new applications of the rapidly evolving array of technologies. Papers should be based on novel concepts, novel methodologies or the novel use of existing methodologies that contribute to the study of pathologic processes rather than methodological details only. Approaches include tools as biomedical photonics, surface resonance phenomena, and impedance tomography, as well as new approaches for ultra-high resolution magnetic resonance, multispectral, hyperspectral, and vibrational mode analysis, and computational biology models. Hypothesis generating and hypothesis-testing observational studies are also welcome.
 
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