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About Pulmonary Cell News


Given the recent advances in the ability to model the airway epithelium in an air-liquid interface tissue culture system, we launched Pulmonary Cell News in 2012 to support the communication of great science in the field of pulmonary disease and lung carcinoma research at the cellular level. Every week, our editors hand-select the most recent, top scientific journal articles and industry press releases relevant to the pulmonary cell research field for inclusion in the latest issue of Pulmonary Cell News, providing a free, reliable resource to keep scientists current with their field. We keep researchers up-to-date with the latest advancements in pulmonary research and news, while saving them valuable time.


Each issue of Pulmonary Cell News features an expertly compiled selection of the most relevant, high quality research and review articles released within the last two weeks from high impact scientific journals, ensuring the most up-to-date research coverage from around the globe. The Publications section of the newsletter features research articles examining the development, characteristics and behaviors of airway epithelial cell types in relation to respiratory diseases such as COPD and asthma, as well as applications such as toxicity testing and preclinical drug development using cultured airway epithelial cells. Also included is a distinct section featuring research into lung carcinoma at the pulmonary cell level, including examinations of malignant lung tissue cells and the progression, metastasis and treatment of lung cancer. Additionally, we keep scientists current with business and regulatory affairs related to lung tissue research with the Science, Industry and Policy News sections of Pulmonary Cell News, which provide the latest press releases and policy news stories from research institutions as well as the biotech and pharma industries. Finally, the Events and Jobs sections keep the scientific community up-to-date with relevant conference announcements and career postings in the field of pulmonary research.


Pulmonary Cell News is quickly gaining international exposure with individuals interested in lung research, including members of the academic community, as well as medical professionals and people working within the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. In addition to weekly email newsletters, the @Pulmonary_News Twitter feed is a great way to keep current with daily updates of interest to the pulmonary cell research field. Finally, we also give researchers the opportunity to showcase their recently published work by submitting research and review papers examining respiratory disease, lung carcinoma or other pulmonary cell related topics, as well as press releases, events and jobs, to our editorial team for possible inclusion in Pulmonary Cell News at no cost.
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