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Daniel J Klionsky
Editor-in-Chief - Autophagy
16.016* Impact Factor | 15.1 CiteScore | 2.351 SNIP
Ranked Q1 in Cell Biology Journal Citations Reports Category, Autophagy publishes research on autophagic processes, to advance understanding of the connection between autophagy and human health and disease.
A cell biologist, Klionsky is renowned for his pioneering contributions to the understanding of autophagy, the process by which cells break down to survive stress conditions such as starvation, and the role autophagy plays in cancer, neurodegenerative diseases and other areas of human health. A California native, he joined the U-M faculty in 2000.
Working with baker’s yeast cells, Klionsky characterized the protein pathways and signaling mechanisms by which a cell senses and responds to its environment. He also identified the cytoplasm-to-vacuole targeting pathway, a type of selective autophagy. His lab was the first to demonstrate endoplasmic reticulum stress-induced autophagy and autophagy in zebrafish.
Klionsky established the unified autophagy-related nomenclature for the field in 2003. He edited the first textbook on the topic and is founding editor of the journal Autophagy. The holder of two patents, Klionsky has edited five books, published more than 340 research papers, and given more than 140 invited talks.
The first biologist to win the National Science Foundation Director's Award for Distinguished Teaching Scholars, Klionsky also co-chaired the first Gordon Research Conference and Keystone Symposium focused on autophagy.
Editor-in-Chief - Virulence
5.882* Impact Factor | 9.0 CiteScore | 1.711 SNIP
Ranked Q1 in the Infectious Diseases and Microbiology Journal Citation Reports categories, Virulence is a fully open access journal publishing on microbial pathogenicity, the infection process and host-pathogen interactions to address new infectious challenges
Tyler runs a cosmopolitan, multidisciplinary group taking a genomics led approach to tackling problems associated with a variety of (water borne and vector borne) microbial diseases supported by grants from the Wellcome Trust, the European Commission (Framework VI, VII, Horizon 2020 and Interreg) and the British Council for networks of research and collaboration across Europe, South America and Africa. He has served as an NTD expert to the European Commission and is an advocate for solutions to these diseases through his current role as the general secretary of the British Society for Parasitology.
His interest is focused at achieving an understanding of pathogen virulence - how and why new virulent lineages emerge and why some are profoundly affected by an infection which can be asymptomatic in others. His approach has been to utilize discoveries of specific pathogen biology and genetics from his laboratory to inform innovation and validation of novel diagnostics and therapeutics and public health approaches to tackling the diseases.
He has also been a proponent and pioneer of Open Access Publication and is a modernizer of effective communication and publication for research in communicable disease to enable access of the key scientific literature by scientists and clinicians in the more impoverished countries most affected by infectious disease.
Editor-in-Chief - All Life
2.000* Impact Factor | 0.9 CiteScore | 0.924 SNIP
All Life is a broad scope open access journal publishing research from across the life sciences to further the global priorities outlined by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Led by a team of international experts across subject-led sections, the journal aims to accelerate progress and innovation by providing a platform for reaching policymakers and professionals to improve quality of life worldwide.
Dr Amar Abderrahmani is Professor of Cell and Molecular Biology at the University of Lille.
His PhD from the Pasteur Institute focused on molecular genetics and his research interests cover a broad range of topics within cell and molecular biology, including apoptosis, insulin resistance, metabolism and metabolic diseases.
As Editor-in-Chief of All Life he leads a team of international academic experts.
*Journals Citation Reports®, Clarivate Analytics, 2021