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PLoS Biology, the leading open access journal in the biological sciences, features works of exceptional significance in all areas of biological science, from molecules to ecosystems, including work at the interface with other disciplines, such as chemistry, medicine, and mathematics.


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  • PLoS Biology—Journal Features

  • Professional editorial team, led by Chief Editor Theodora Bloom PhD.

  • Extensive editorial board, headed by Academic Editor-in-Chief, Jonathan A. Eisen, PhD.

  • Unsurpassed service to authors with an innovative editorial model that combines professional editors and external academic experts.

  • An emphasis on rapid publication without sacrificing rigorous, constructive peer review.

  • Funder-compliant—published articles are deposited in PubMed Central and then cited in PubMed.

  • Reaching beyond the traditional research community with additional materials ideal for science educators, students, policymakers, patients, and the interested public.

  • Outstanding press coverage—articles regularly feature in high-profile international news outlets and blogs.


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Editorial Board

Academic Editor-in-Chief: Jonathan A. Eisen

Editorial Board Members: Anurag Agrawal, Julie Ahringer, Shizuo Akira, Richard W. Aldrich, Goran Arnqvist, James Ashe, Anthony D. Barnosky, Nick H. Barton, Konrad Basler, Michael Bate, Peter B. Becker, Peer Bork, Lon Cardon, James C. Carrington, Lars Chittka, Joanne Chory, Jeffrey Dangl, Frans B. M. de Waal, Joseph L. DeRisi, Andy Dillin, Andy P. Dobson, Ford Ebner, Sean Eddy, Thomas Edlund, Thomas Gordon Egwang, Jonathan A. Eisen, Steve Elledge, Steve P. Ellner, Michael Emerman, Manfred Fahle, Susan M. Gasser, Mikhail S. Gelfand, Richard A. Gibbs, Margaret A. Goodell, Douglas R. Green, Bryan T. Grenfell, James E. Haber, Hiroshi Hamada, William A. Harris, Paul Harvey, Nicholas Hastie, R. Scott Hawley, Anders Hedenström, Joseph Heitman, Daniel Herschlag, Winston Hide, David M. Hillis, Brigid L.M. Hogan, Fred Hughson, Tim Hunt, Laurence D. Hurst, Jerry Joyce, Jim Kadonaga, Laurent Keller, Christopher Kemp, Chaitan Khosla, Joel Kingsolver, Thomas B.L. Kirkwood, Tom Kornberg, Mark Krasnow, Arthur D. Lander, Andre Levchenko, Michael Lichten, Susan L. Lindquist, David J. Lipman, Edison T. Liu, Michel Loreau, Georgina M. Mace, Philippa Marrack, Alfonso Martinez Arias, Rowena G. Matthews, Markus Meister, Bénédicte Michel, Emmanuel Mignot, Tom Misteli, Nancy A. Moran, Craig Moritz, David Nemazee, Eric Nestler, Mohamed A. F. Noor, Roel Nusse, Steve O’Rahilly, Svante Pääbo, Nipam Patel, David Pellman, David Penny, Carlos Peres, Gregory A. Petsko, Lennart Philipson, Dietmar Plenz, Hidde L. Ploegh, Walt V. Reid, Callum Roberts, Richard J. Roberts, Sarah Rowland-Jones, Gerry M. Rubin, Mick D. Rugg, Ueli Schibler, Manfred Schliwa, David S. Schneider, Matthew P. Scott, Idan Segev, Ben Sheldon, Daniel Simberloff, Kai L. Simons, Mandyam V. Srinivasan, Derek L. Stemple, Charles F. Stevens, Bill Sugden, Sally Temple, Janet Thornton, Chris Tyler-Smith, Leslie Ungerleider, Joan Valentine, Matt van de Rijn, Antonio Vidal-Puig, Herbert W. Virgin, Matt Waldor, Peter Walter, Gary E. Ward, Detlef Weigel, Jonathan S. Weissman, Marv Wickens, Kenneth H. Wolfe, Phillip D. Zamore, Robert Zatorre, Huda Y. Zoghbi.


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PLoS Biology is published by the Public Library of Science (PLoS.org), a nonprofit organization committed to making the world’s scientific and medical literature a public resource.

Everything we publish is freely available online throughout the world, for anyone to read, download, copy, distribute, and use (with attribution). Barrier-free, open access and no permissions required.


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