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Elsevier announces new editor for Cancer Genetics

7th December 2010

Elsevier has revealed that the Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics journal has changed its name and gained a new editor-in-chief.

The acclaimed publication will now be known simply as Cancer Genetics and will be edited by Dr Jaclyn Biegel, a professor of paediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Medicine.

According to Elsevier, the journal is set to broaden its scope and place a new emphasis on diagnostic applications, as well as the role of genetics in cancer research.

"I look forward to publishing a greater number of articles in the areas of genetic predisposition to cancer, personalised medicine and new diagnostic approaches," Dr Biegel commented.

She added that the present moment represents an "extraordinary time" for people working in the field of cancer genetics.

The journal has been published continuously since 1979 and 12 issues are produced each year.

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