Tracey Depellegrin Connelly

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This is the last ‘‘hard copy’’ issue of this journal. After much research and discussion, the GSA Board of Directors has decided to make Genetics an online-only journal, effective January 2010. This change will not affect our editorial process or the journal’s content. We admit to some sadness in reporting this turn of events because we will miss having(More)
Genetics is evolving. About a year ago, the Editorial Board was reorganized, following the 2006 redesign of the look and presentation of the journal. The editors and staff have since made great strides in modernizing Genetics, and we wish to share those advances with you—our readers and authors. We render decisions faster than ever: the average time from(More)
We are proud to present the inaugural issue of G3: Genes j Genomes j Genetics, an open-access journal published by the Genetics Society of America (GSA). The journal’s team of over 60 associate editors and 4 section editors, all practicing scientists—your peers—have come together to form a new, open-access journal with a unique mission and vision. The(More)
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