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Thursday January 23, 2020

The Editorial Board of Clinical & Translational Immunology is looking for early and mid-career ASI investigators to act as Guest Editors for the journal. Guest Editors will be responsible for coordinating theme-specific Special Features of Clinical and Translational Immunology for 2020-21 which can include primary research papers and/or comprehensive reviews. 

If you are interested in acting as Guest Editor, please email the Clinical & Translational Immunology Editorial Office ([email protected]) with the potential title of the theme and a list of potential contributors to this Special Feature. In addition, please include brief CVs (no more than two pages) of the proposed Guest Editor(s).

Here are some suggestions for potential themes for Special Features. We welcome other suggestions as well.

  • Immunometabolism
  • Gene editing and immunotherapy
  • Innate immunity in cancer and infection
  • Mucosal immunity
  • Vaccine technologies for 21st century
  • Neoantigen discovery and targeting in cancer
  • Ageing and immune regulation
  • Immune monitoring in clinical settings
  • Cancer microenvironment and immunotherapy
  • Genetic basis of Immunodeficiencies
  • Clinical application of HDAC inhibitors
  • Ageing and immune regulation
  • Epigenetics and Immune Regulation
  • Autoimmune diseases and Immune interventions
  • Combination Immunotherapies

Recent Special Features from CTI

  • Unconventional immunity: the role of γδT cells in host defence and disease
  • Cell and Gene Therapy
  • Endoplasmic Reticulum and Oxidative Stress in Immunopathology
  • Microbiota and immune cell crosstalk: dialogues across health and disease
  • Regulatory T cell heterogeneity

We look forward to hearing from you,
Rajiv Khanna, CTI Editor-in-Chief

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