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December 22nd, 2006
Dr. Taubman is particularly introduced in presenting research involving new technologies.
"One of the dangers for a journal is that it can settle into a niche in which it is a leader, and not move with important changes in science," Taubman said. "With that in mind, one of my priorities as editor will be to include studies, reviews and editorials that explore how new technologies are changing the field of vascular biology. How are proteomics and nanotechnology changing vascular medicine, for example? ATVB is a journal that is markedly increasing in international prominence, and my overall goal is to maintain that momentum by pursuing the inclusion of articles that will keep it at the cutting edge."
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