Prestigious journal role for Centenary Deputy Director


Centenary Institute’s Professor Chris Semsarian, Deputy Director and Head of the Molecular Cardiology Program, has been invited to be the new editor-in-chief of the prestigious science journal ‘Circulation: Genomic and Precision Medicine’.

“I’m excited to take on the editorship of the leading cardiovascular genomics journal in the world, at a time when there are phenomenal advances in genomics and precision medicine approaches,” Prof Semsarian said.

“My vision is for the journal to be the ’go-to‘ journal for the latest, state-of-the-art research studies in the field of cardiovascular genomics and precision medicine, with an expanding readership to encompass more general cardiologists, geneticists and other allied health professionals.”

More information on the appointment can be found here.

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