Medical Informatics Insights to become Biomedical Informatics Insights

Posted Tue, Dec, 30,2008

For 2009 Medical Informatics Insights, an open access journal published by Libertas Academica, will be renamed Biomedical Informatics Insights. The Editor in Chief, Dr John Pestian, writes:Historically, there have been multiple groups devoted to the science of informatics: biological and medical. The biological group, known as bioinformatics, is interested in the computational needs posed by bio...

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Another three journals indexed by CAS

Posted Mon, Dec, 22,2008

CAS has accepted another three open access journals published by Libertas Academica for indexing: Cell & Tissue Transplantation and Therapy Clinical Medicine: Therapeutics Immunology and Immunogenetics Insights Libertas Academica now has 40 journals indexed by CAS.  ...

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Two more journals indexed by CAS

Posted Mon, Nov, 24,2008

CAS has accepted two more Libertas Academica open access journals for indexing:Cancer Growth and MetastasisNutrition and Metabolic InsightsThis brings the total journals indexed by CAS to 37....

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Publishing in leading journals and the winner's curse

Posted Fri, Oct, 17,2008

PLoS Medicine recently published Why Current Publishing Practices May Distort Science by Neal S Young, Omar Al-Ubaydli, and John Ioannidis. The article is facinating and I recommend it to anyone who publishes work in scientific journals.Their argument starts with the observation that for researchers the ultimate accolade is to have work published in leading journals like Science and Nature becau...

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An interview with Dr Greg Stuart

Posted Thu, Oct, 02,2008

This interview is with Dr Greg Stuart, Editor in Chief of Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment, and a member of the Department of Psychology at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Tom: What would you say is the primary focus of your research effort (and how do you refer to your 'sub-area')? Dr Stuart: My research addresses a broad spectrum of factors that are relevant to the eti...

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New Editor in Chief for Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment

Posted Fri, Sep, 26,2008

I'm pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Gregory Stuart to the position of Editor in Chief of Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment. Dr Stuart replaces Dr John Curtin who was forced to step down owing to pressure of other work commitments, and who has taken a position on the journal's Editorial Board.Dr Stuart joined the Department of Psychology at the University of Tennessee-Knoxv...

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