Inside Nature Nanotechnology, an editor’s view
Nature Nanotechnology was launched in October 2006 with the aim of publishing the most significant results in fundamental aspects, applications and implications on nanomaterials. In my presentation I will provide an overview of what the journal looks for in the field of nanomedicine and bioimaging, and I will give insight into the editorial process and some tips and tricks for submitting to our journal.
Christine Horejs received her MSci and PhD in nanobiotechnology from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria, studying protein conformations and self-assembly using biophysical and theoretical approaches. She then joined the lab of Molly Stevens at Imperial College London, UK, investigating the extracellular matrix and cell–material interactions. In 2015, she moved to the Karolinska Institute, Sweden, conducting in vivo studies of anti-fibrotic biomaterials. In September 2017, she joined the Nature Reviews Materials team as an Associate Editor, and since July 2019 she is a Senior Editor at Nature Nanotechnology, where she is primarily responsible for nanomedicine and nanobiotechnology.
She has been invited to IBEC by Xavier Trepat