BMC Biology Editorial Board Interest Form
Please complete this form if you are interested in becoming an Editorial Board Member for BMC Biology. We will contact you if your expertise meets the needs of the journal. The in-house editors will use your information only for the purposes of identifying new editorial board members. Please contact us at if you would like us to remove your information from our records. For general information about BMC's commitment to protecting personal data, see our privacy policy:

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Research areas *
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Areas of expertise *
As an Editorial Board Member you will be asked to handle papers that may be outside of your immediate research topic, but are within your field. For instance if you are a cell biologist working on the endoplasmic reticulum you might be able to handle papers dealing more broadly with vesicular transport, membranous organelles, membrane structure/assembly, transport proteins, protein or lipid synthesis or degradation etc. Please let us know which areas of expertise would you be comfortable handling within your field.
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