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From Your New Editor It is with a combination of both great enthusiasm and humility that I assume the role of Editor‐in Chief of our Clinical Cytometry Journal. I am extremely excited about where our understanding and technology is at the present time and what directions I believe we are collectively headed in, with respect to our cumulative efforts to improve the technology and as a result, clinical care. At the same time, I find that the quantity of biotechnical and medical information available to us is overwhelming, and the capacity of one person to fully grasp and appreciate it all remains clearly without possibility. It is with this daunting reality that I am both pleased and honored to have the combined assistance of our Deputy and Associate Editors, members of the Editorial board and ad‐hoc reviewers to bring the very best in Clinical Cytometry submissions to our readership. I also want to thank the International Clinical Cytometry Society, whose elected leadership has placed this Journal in my trust, as well as the members of the European Society for Clinical Cell Analysis that considers our Journal its official forum for publication. I hope the relationship between these two societies and other ancillary groups throughout the world grow even stronger and synergize as we together move forward. The transition period for Doris Regal, our new Managing Editor and myself has also been aided by the generous support and guidance of Jinnie Kim of Wiley‐Blackwell as well as the experienced insights of other staff at Wiley. Finally, I want to formally acknowledge and warmly thank both Chuck Goolsby and Nancy Starks for their years of dedication, wisdom and expert service in running our Clinical Cytometry Journal. On behalf of the entire Journal team and the International Clinical Cytometry Society, I want to extend our collective very best wishes for their future happiness and plans! Both Chuck and Nancy's professional mentorship combined with their extraordinary personal friendship has been astoundingly generous and most appreciated! Frederic Preffer*, * Boston, MA, December 2011. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Cytometry Part B Wiley

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