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Editorial II CTT Vol. 1 No. 2

Cellular Therapy and Transplantation (CTT), Vol. 1, No. 2

Your Managing editor speaking


Since CTT is an open access journal, readers as well as authors can benefit enormously. How do authors benefit? You can link directly from your publication lists on the web to your CTT article. Your reader can click on a link that makes the article accessible immediately and without any cost barriers. This means that any web reader anywhere has access to your article and, without any extra effort, can cite your CTT article in their work. 

CTT articles are already being indexed in CAS and DOAJ, with more visibility measures to come.

It is a great pleasure for me to run this journal on the managerial and production side together with our Editorial Office team located in both Hamburg and St. Petersburg. Our production team, too, is a meeting point for different lines of thought and it is an exceptional experience to develop a scientific journal together in managerial and technological respects.

I wish to thank the following colleagues for helping us start off so well: bitfarmers.com (with Michael Hirdes, Gina Steiner and Michael Sendke), René Hornung, Liudmila Lashkouskaya, Viktoriya Levenko, Yana Onikiychuk, Melissa Pritchard, Jutta Roebers, Anna Starikova, and Oksana Zhebel.

If you as authors and/or readers wish to contribute any questions, suggestions or comments, these are highly appreciated. Feel free to contact me directly, thank you.

 

Claudia Koltzenburg
managingeditor@spam is badctt-journal.com