PLoS Genetics, the peer-reviewed, open-access journal published by the Public Library of Science (PLoS), is getting ready for this year’s ASHG meeting (Philadelphia, PA, November 11-15), where you’ll find us at Booth 417 in the exhibition hall.
Here is a sample of our most viewed research articles:
- Genetic Variation and Population Structure in Native Americans
- Inferring Human Colonization History Using a Copying Model
- Life Span Extension by Calorie Restriction Depends on Rim15 and Transcription Factors Downstream of Ras/PKA, Tor, and Sch9
- Gene Expression Programs of Human Smooth Muscle Cells: Tissue-Specific Differentiation and Prognostic Significance in Breast Cancers
- Resolving Individuals Contributing Trace Amounts of DNA to Highly Complex Mixtures Using High-Density SNP Genotyping Microarrays
In addition, PLoS Genetics commissions Interviews, Reviews, and Perspectives of interest to the community.
On Booth 417 you can:
- Meet the Team—PLoS Genetics Editorial Board members Wayne Frankel (Editor-In-Chief), Greg Gibson and Manolis Dermitzakis (Section Editors), and Jane Gitschier (Interviews Editor) will be at Booth 417 at selected times to answer questions on PLoS, open access, the NIH Public Access Policy, and publishing your work in PLoS Genetics (see the board at the booth for further details). PLoS Staff Members Andrew Collings (Publications Manager) and Catriona Silvey (Publications Assistant) will also be on hand to answer your questions.
- Receive a FREE T-Shirt—We will be giving our 2008 t-shirt to delegates who sign up to receive free e-mail content alerts. This year’s shirt with its unique design is only available at this event, so be sure to call by, sign up, and claim yours while stocks last.
- Get FREE Buttons/Badges designed for our authors, Editorial Board members, readers, and supporters.
- Take-away fact sheets that showcase the Editorial Board and top papers and postcards to remind yourself and your colleagues why you should publish in PLoS Genetics.
We look forward to welcoming you at our booth at ASHG 2008.
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