The American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology invites nominations for the “Best original research paper published in AJP-Lung between 2014-2016 by a junior author (Assistant Professor, Instructor, Post-doctoral fellow or graduate student.) The nominee must be either first or senior author and in the opinion of the nominator, contributed significantly in the inception and conduct of this project. Please submit a nomination stating the importance of this paper in the field as well as the contributions of the first author to Dr. Sadis Matalon, Editor AJP-Lung (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a copy to Ms. McEver (email@example.com) by January 30, 2017. All applications will be reviewed by the Editor and Associate Editors who will chose the winner by secret ballot. The winner will receive $500 and a certificate of appreciation at the EB 2017 meeting.
AJP-Lung would like to following receipients of our first travel scholarship to attend Welcome to the 14th Annual Retreat of the International Graduate Programme in Molecular Biology and Medicine of the Lung
Dr. Yoko Ito, National Jewish Health, University of Colorado Denver
Dr. Andrea Frump, Indiana University School of Medicine
AJP-Lung would like to recognize our excellent team that
works behind the scenes to make this the best pulmonary journal published.Ellyn Kestnbaum is our journal Supervisor who
works tirelessly after your paper is accepted until it is published.Mona Trangworked for us for many years in the peer review department but has
recently retired.We were very lucky to
have Daniel Pisconte come on as our peer review Coordinator.He is always invaluable in helping out with
manuscript submissions.We are very
fortunate to have these individuals on our AJP-Lung team and appreciate them
Our Editor in Chief, Dr. Sadis Matalon, had the privilege of meeting some recently published authors at the annual ATS Meeting.
Three authors of the paper below are in the group picture - Dr. G. Florova, S. Karandashova (a MD/PhD student and M. Chamiso (a first year student of UT Health Northeast recently accredited MS Biotechnology Program).
Please join us in welcoming our newest member to the AJP-Lung team. Charity Morgan, PhD will take on the role as statistical consultant for the journal. Dr. Morgan is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Biostatistics at The University of Alabama at Birmingham. Her expertise will be invaluable to AJP-Lung.