2021: The Year in Experimental Medicine
A collection highlighting our continuing interest in original findings in disease pathogenesis and therapeutic opportunities. Ten research articles published in 2021 that were of greatest interest to our readers are highlighted. The papers were selected by the editorial team based, in part, on the number of requests for PDF and full-text HTML versions of an article in the first three months after publication.
This year marked the 125th anniversary of the Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM). Since its inception in 1896, JEM has been a leader in publishing outstanding and enduring studies in medical biology and has greatly contributed to the fields of immunology, cancer biology, neuroscience, cardiovascular biology, host-pathogen interaction, and stem cell biology. Throughout the year, we have been thrilled to celebrate this incredible milestone with a variety of special articles and features which are collected together in the anniversary center.
We thank our authors for contributing to JEM, our reviewers for contributing their time and expertise to ensure the publication of quality science, and our readers for their interest and continued support of JEM. We hope you enjoy this collection and invite you to explore additional special collections. We also invite your feedback on Twitter @JExpMed. Sign up to receive announcements via email. Visit our Instructions for Authors or contact the Editorial office.