has announced the launch of three new peer-reviewed journals - Radiology: Artificial Intelligence
, Radiology: Cardiothoracic Imaging
and Radiology: Imaging Cancer
- to be published in 2019. Radiology: Artificial Intelligence
was created as a home for
research into all the cutting-edge advances emerging in this area. This
title began seeking submissions on July 2 and has received about 75
submissions so far. The inaugural edition of Radiology: AI
will be published in the first quarter of 2019. The editor of the journal is Charles Kahn Jr., University of Pennsylvania. Radiology: Cardiothoracic Imaging
aims to bring research that is
being published in other specialties back to radiology. The outlet
opened for submissions on October 2 and has had 13 submissions so far.
RSNA aims to begin publishing this journal in the second quarter of
2019, edited by Suhny Abbara, University of Texas. Radiology: Imaging Cancer
will seek to build a community for
researchers working on cancers affecting various organ systems. The
journal, edited by Gary Luker of the University of Michigan, will open
for submissions next April with an eye on publishing its first issue
online in the third quarter of 2019.
The new journals will be bi-monthly, online-only publications presenting
six to eight articles per issue. The journals will be available free to
RSNA members and will combine original research articles with news and
Each of the three new journals launches with four deputy editors plus an
editorial board to guide manuscript review and selection.
RSNA's long track record of publishing may help the three new journals
find a fast track into PubMed, the National Library of Medicine's
indexing system, which has a rigorous application for inclusion. It will
take around three years for the new journals to build an impact factor.
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