Cancer Informatics

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Editor in Chief

J. T. Efird

Dr Efird completed his Doctorate in Epidemiology (Biostatistics Concentration) at Stanford University School of Medicine.  He is a Professor at the School of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Newcastle, where he also serves as Chairperson of Public Health Statistics and Director of the Programme in Predictive Analytics and Outcomes Research.  Dr. Efird’s research interests include biomarker research, genetic epidemiology, cancer informatics, brain tumours, soft-tissue sarcomas, and HPV-related cancers.  Dr. Efird has over 200 publications in scientific journals and proceedings which have received >7000 citation (h-index=42).

The Role of the Editor in Chief

The editor in chief is responsible for editorial decision-making on papers submitted to the journal.  The editor in chief is also responsible for editorial matters that include but are not limited to journal supplements, the journal's aims and scope, the editorial board and volunteer peer reviewer pool, editorial assessment of video abstracts, assignment to published papers of endorsements, and for consulting on pre-submission inquiries from authors.

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It is my pleasure to describe my positive experience with your journal. First of all, it is important to me as a corresponding author, to always be kept informed of every steps of publication processes. Further, responses from editorial team to my queries have been always prompt. Different suggestions provided by reviewers and editors are very insightful to improve the presentation of our work in different perspectives. Overall, I am willing absolutely to ...
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