PLOS Medicine’s Senior Research Editor Clare Garvey interviews Elaine Mardis and Marc Ladanyi, Guest Editors for our Special Issue on the Actionable Cancer Genome Elaine Mardis is co-Director of the McDonnell Genome Institute and Robert E. and
This World Health Day the theme is “Beat Diabetes”, the PLOS Medicine editors are excited for the upcoming Special Issue on Diabetes Prevention. It’s World Health Day 2016, and this year’s theme is “Beat Diabetes”. The
The PLOS Medicine Editors announce a Special Issue on Cancer Genomics to be guest edited by Dr. Elaine Mardis and Dr. Marc Ladanyi. Submissions are now being accepted ahead of the deadline of July 8.
Update: the submission deadline for the Special Issue on Diabetes Prevention has been extended to March 18. The PLOS Medicine Editors announce a summer Special Issue on Diabetes Prevention to be guest edited by Prof.
Mark J. Siedner of Harvard Medical School and John D. Kraemer of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, Georgetown University, discuss the impact of the delayed global response to the Ebola epidemic.
Liberian medical student Gondah Lekpeh gives us his perspective from the front lines of the Ebola outbreak. On July 22 of this year, the Liberian Minister of Health informed us and the world that the
Today sees the launch of our re-vamped homepages for PLOS Medicine, PLOS Pathogens and PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. They’ve been designed to give easy access to all recently published work, and to better incorporate some
Peter J. Hotez, Co-Editor-in-Chief of PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, and Larry Peiperl, Chief Editor of PLOS Medicine, on a new PLOS Collection that highlights a shift in current thinking about global health. This week PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases
As 2014 begins we’d like to thank those who made it possible for the PLOS Medicine Group journals to serve the scientific community and the public in 2013, in particular our dedicated and insightful peer
This Week in PLOS Medicine: HIV Transmission during Early Infection, Impact of Police Activities on Drug Users, and Data Sharing in a Humanitarian Organization
This week PLOS Medicine publishes the following new articles: Erik Volz and colleagues use HIV genetic information from a cohort of men who have sex with men in Detroit, USA, to dissect the timing of