[open-science] Fwd: Open Network Biology is now accepting submissions
wilbanks at creativecommons.org
Fri Jul 22 18:00:05 BST 2011
ONB will accept models of disease, and the data that underly them, as
first-order publication objects (in addition to traditional articles).
Please circulate to biological communities to let them know.
(disclosure, i am an editorial board member and founder of ONB)
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Subject: Open Network Biology is now accepting submissions
Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2011 10:58:50 +0100
From: Jenny Withers <Jenny.Withers at biomedcentral.com>
To: Open Network Biology Editorial <editorial at opennetworkbiology.com>
Dear Editorial Board members,
I hope this email finds you well. I am writing to let you know that Open
Network Biology (http://www.opennetworkbiology.com/) is now accepting
_disease_biology> . Iain Hrynaszkiewicz, Journal Publisher, and I will
be working closely with Eric to find the best ways to grow the journal
and welcome your suggestions for journal development.
Your affiliations are listed on the website
<http://www.opennetworkbiology.com/about/edboard> ; please let me know
if your affiliation changes. To identify the best opportunities for
journal promotion and to attract submissions, please let me know if you
are attending any conferences this year that are relevant to Open
Network Biology. We would be grateful of any help you can provide in
raising awareness of the journal amongst your colleagues; I have
attached a PowerPoint slide for the journal which you can include in any
presentations you may be giving.
I'd also like to remind you that submissions from the Editorial Board
Please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to working
Journal Development Editor
236 Gray's Inn Road
London, WC1X 8HB
T: +44 (0)20 3192 2710
E: jenny.withers at biomedcentral.com
VP for Science
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