About this Research Topic
Recognizing the future leaders in red blood cell physiology is fundamental to safeguarding tomorrow's driving force in innovation.
This Research Topic will showcase the high-quality work of up-and-coming researchers in the early stages of their careers. These are researchers within 10 years of their PhD or MD completion across the entire breadth of red blood cell physiology, and present advances in theory, experiment and methodology with applications to compelling problems.
All Rising Star researchers will be suggested by the editorial office and established Editors within our board in recognition of their influence on the future directions in their respective fields. While future innovations in red blood cell physiology are yet to be discovered, this Research Topic will give the community a hint at whom to follow.
This Research Topic is part of the Rising Stars in Physiology Series. Other titles in the series are:
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Future Directions in Cardiac Electrophysiology
Please note: Contributions to the collection are meant for selected early-career researchers only, so please inform the Editorial Office at email@example.com if you would like to be considered for participation in this collection. Different Article Types can be submitted to the Research Topic including Original Research, Review, Mini-Review, Brief Research Report, Perspective articles, among others. You can find detailed information here.
Keywords: red blood cell, erythropoiesis, anemias, blood types
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