StemJournal is an international, multidisciplinary publication for communicating outstanding stem cell research, including basic biology, clinical applications, disease modeling, computational and systems biology, and data science. It promises to be open new scientific contributions from the many fields of research on stem cells. The journal publishes original, peer-reviewed content covering a wide range of topics related to stem cell research, including research reports, review articles, protocols, and more. This is an online journal that follows an open access model – visit at stemjnl.org. View the full Aims & Scope on the journal website here.
StemJournal is a sister publication to the stem cell community portal StemBook – visit at stembook.org. StemJournal and StemBook are the first components in IOS Press' forthcoming StemCellHub (more details soon; read our related press releases, here & here).
Laurence Daheron, PhD
Winston Hide, PhD
Agnete Kirkeby, PhD
Kristen Brennand, PhD, Icahn School of Medicine, USA
Editorial Advisory Board
James A. Adjaye, PhD, Heinrich Heine University, Germany
For the first year of publication (Volume 1), the article processing charges are drastically reduced (by 80%) to US$300 / EUR260 per published paper. More details here.
Details about the IOS Press Open Access policy can be obtained at: IOS Press Open Library®
The full instructions to authors & submission guidelines are available on the journal website here.
Tissue Engineering Applications Combining Biomaterial Scaffolds with Stem Cells Will Facilitate Delivery of Targeted Therapies
24 Apr 2019 - Amsterdam, NL – StemJournal, a new open access, peer-reviewed journal published by IOS Press, announces publication of its inaugural article, “Combining Stem Cells and Biomaterial Scaffolds for Constructing Tissues and Cell Delivery” by Stephanie M. Willerth, PhD, and Shelly E. Sakiyama-Elbert, PhD. This timely overview of the available biomaterials for directing stem cell differentiation as a means of producing replacements for diseased or damaged tissues is a comprehensive update of the classic review published in StemBook in 2008....
17 Dec 2018 - Amsterdam, NL – IOS Press, an international publisher providing content for scientific, technical and medical communities, is proud to announce the relaunch and revitalization of StemBook, an online open access forum and discussion platform for the stem cell research community. It features a collection of content covering a range of topics related to stem cell biology written by top researchers in the field. The stembook.org site is being refreshed with new content that will be expanded and updated regularly. Enhanced functionality will also be introduced soon....