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American Heart Association Journal Circulation
American Society of Hematology
American Physiological Society
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences
Bridge Street Films
Brooks/Cole | Cengage Learning
Duke University Medical Center
Erasmus MC Rotterdam
Garland Science|Taylor & Francis Group
Graphic World Publishing Services
Leiden University Medical Center, Dept. of Toxicogenetics
Max F. Perutz Laboratories GmbH
McGraw Hill Higher Education
Princeton University, Dept. of Molecular Biology
Queensland Institute of Medical Research
Swiss Tropical Institute
Thompson Steele, Inc.
University of Alabama at Birmingham
University of Chicago, Dept. of Microbiology
University of Pennsylvania, Dept of Physics and Astronomy
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
UNC School of Medicine
University of Washington, Dept. of Microbiology
Wilson Learning Company
Yale University School of Medicine
I’m sitting outside, happily paging through the new Edition, and I just had to send off a note of thanks and appreciation for your remarkable contributions. I love them all–even the more whimsical bits–and I truly see you as our “fifth author”. Without the clarity and consistency of the figures, I suspect no matter how well written, it would be confusing or vague to our students.
Author — Principles of Virology 4e
Fox Chase Cancer Center
First, let me tell you how pleased we are with your work for Circulation! It’s fantastic. Everybody loves it. You definitely drill down into a figure to reveal its important intent, and you make it attractive in the process. Plus, you’re fast! It’s great to work with you.
American Heart Association Journal “Circulation”