Are you heading to San Diego for Experimental Biology 2014 this week? Here’s what you need to know!
Scroll down for a free chapter from Cellular and Molecular Pathobiology of Cardiovascular Disease!
- Who: 14,000+ scientists and exhibitors representing six sponsoring societies & multiple guest societies
- What: lectures, workshops, poster sessions, and exhibits across the fields of anatomy, physiology, pathology, biochemistry, nutrition, and pharmacology
- When: April 26-30, 2014
- Where: San Diego, California
- Looking for fun in San Diego during EB 2014? Check out this site exclusively for meeting attendees!
Elsevier Booth #710
Be sure to check out the virtual floor plan of the exhibit hall so you know how to get to our booth!
Stop by our booth to browse some of our newest and most popular journals! Learn more about the new open access journal, MethodsX. This journal publishes customized scientific methods that give researchers credit for the adaptations made to existing technical protocols, making them available to the global scientific community.
Do you want to write for Elsevier? On Tuesday, April 29th, from 1:00-2:00pm, we will host a “Meet the Acquisition Editor” session for those interested in publishing with us and to answer questions regarding current projects.
We will be showcasing six new books in the biomedical and life sciences that are sure to catch your eye!
- Cellular and Molecular Pathobiology of Cardiovascular Disease by Monte Willis, Jonathon Homeister and James Stone
- Conceptual Breakthroughs in Evolutionary Genetics: A Brief History of Shifting Paradigms by John Avise
- Aging: Oxidative Stress and Dietary Antioxidants by Victor Preedy
- Handbook of Nutrition, Diet and the Eye by Victor Preedy
- Neural Crest Cells: Evolution, Development and Disease by Paul Trainor
- Transporters in Drug Discovery and Development: Detailed Concepts and Best Practice by Yurong Lai
Cellular and Molecular Pathobiology of Cardiovascular Disease, edited by Monte Willis, Jonathon Homeister and James Stone offers translational coverage of cardiovascular physiology, pathophysiology, and molecular pathology. The first chapter of this book discusses the molecular basis of cardiac development. We invite you to read through this chapter and let us know what you think!
Bonus: Monte Willis has also authored two blog posts with us at SciTech Connect!
- Titin Regulation of Cardiac Stiffness: Molecular Mechanisms of Diastolic Dysfunction
- A Fold in Time: Cardiac Dysfunction, Cellular Distress & the Need for Future Therapies