Below is a transcript of the testimonial by Dr. Kara Fitzgerald, from the Institute for Functional Medicine in Federal Way, Washington, about her experience publishing the paper, “Potential reversal of epigenetic age using a diet and lifestyle intervention: a pilot randomized clinical trial,” with Aging.
Dr. Kara Fitzgerald:
I am thrilled with our study being accepted into the journal Aging. I think it’s the perfect home for it.
The process of submitting and our peer review journey was actually, it was actually a lot of fun! I found our peer reviewers, they really move our study forward and help us to articulate our findings and inquisitive, appreciative of what we’ve done. And so that whole piece of it was good.
Dr. David Sinclair actually suggested that Aging would be the right home for us and I couldn’t agree more.
What else? It’s open access. I think open access is essential. Having our study behind a paywall and inaccessible to other scientists and just the community who might be interested in the longevity research that’s happening, particularly this, which is a diet and lifestyle program so, it’s something that people could actually do if they wanted to. We want that available. So I’m all for open access.
I enjoyed working with Aging. I thought that they were good across the board. And I just appreciate David’s recommendation that we go here.
Click here to read the full study published by Aging.
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