Molecular Oncology Accepted into Thomson Reuters Index
Amsterdam, 25 February 2009 – Molecular Oncology (MOLONC), published by Elsevier on behalf of the Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS), has been accepted by Thomson Reuters™ (formerly ISI), for inclusion in the Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch), Biosis Previews and Biological Abstracts.
MOLONC (published 6 times a year from January 1, 2009) highlights new discoveries, approaches, as well as technical developments, in basic, clinical and discovery-driven translational research. The first issue of MOLONC was published in June 2007 and has been managed from its inception by Prof. Julio E. Celis, Director of the Institute of Cancer Biology at the Danish Cancer Society in Copenhagen and Editor-in-Chief of Molecular Oncology.
“This is an excellent development, and demonstrates the high calibre of the journal. The editors are dedicated to making this journal a key source of ground-breaking research in this very exciting and stimulating field”, said Julio Celis.
Eleftherios P. Diamandis, Division Head of Clinical Biochemistry in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology at the University of Toronto in Ontario, Canada and a member of the Editorial Board of MOLONC commented, “This is a major milestone. I have no doubt that MOLONC will become a key journal in the field”
Anne Kitson, Senior Vice-President Life Sciences, at Elsevier added, “This is an exceptional achievement for a journal that is just 18 months old in this fast-moving and highly competitive field. It is indeed recognition of the exemplary work of our highly prestigious editor-in-chief, Julio Celis and his dedicated editorial board members.”
FEBS having pioneered the creation of scientific publication forums for European life scientists by its two leading journals, the FEBS Journal and FEBS Letters, is happy to see the progress of its third journal Molecular Oncology.
The 2009 Impact Factor will be the first Impact Factor for MOLONC. Coverage starts from Volume 1, 2007.
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