Forthcoming Topics • Chordate evolution and the origin of craniates • Angiogenesis: new insights and therapeutic potential • An anatomical appraisal of the skulls and teeth of Tsar Nicholas Romanov and family • Guiseppe Sterzi, neuroanatomist and medical historian Aims & Scope The New Anatomist is a bimonthly, peer-reviewed, magazine-style section of The Anatomical Record that connects, through the disciplines of anatomy, diverse scientific fields such as cell biology, development, physical anthropology, evolutionary biology, and neuroscience. Its engaging reviews, articles, and tutorials focus on topics of current interest to anatomists and general bioscientists alike—from cutting-edge research to technology breakthroughs, all presented with lively text and accessible illustrations. This unique journal also provides readers with interviews, news, and views of the field from scientific, social, and political arenas. We encourage Letters to the Editor in an effort to provide an accessible forum for debate on conroversial issues. Articles are by invitation only. However, if you have a topic you feel is suitable for the Journal, please contact the Managing Editor (see inside front cover).