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HemOnc Today launches new subspecialty publication, Cell Therapy Next
- 30 Nov 2018

SLACK Inc., the publisher of HemOnc Today, has announced the launch of a new subspecialty publication, Cell Therapy Next. The publication will debut at the American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting&Exposition on December 1-4, 2018 in San Diego. The publication is set to print six times a year.

Cell Therapy Next will lay the groundwork in explaining how cellular therapy has developed and why many believe this could be a paradigm shift in the treatment of a range of cancers. As the publication continues, it will track the state of the science, providing updates on the clinical development of new agents and the results of clinical trials. The publication will also provide updates on late preclinical research and the results of efforts to bring this treatment strategy to solid tumors.

Cell Therapy Next will serve as a practical guide for the clinician, with articles and information on selecting the ideal patient, educating patients on the complex treatment process, managing side effects and the risk profile of these new agents.

Cell Therapy Next is set to launch at the American Society for Hematology annual meeting December 1-4 in San Diego.

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McGill Professors/MUHC RI scientists launch new Point-Of-Care Testing super collection on infectious diseases on ScienceOpen
- 30 Nov 2018

Research network ScienceOpen has announced six new collections on Point-Of-Care Testing technologies curated and organised by a team led by Dr. Nitika Pant Pai, a tenured Associate Professor at McGill University in the Department of Medicine and a Research Scientist at the MUHC Research Institute, as active contributions to the mission of open science medicine research for a positive global impact in healthcare. Her trainees, Anna De Waal, Alexie Kim, Nandi Belinsky, joined her in curating this collection.

Point-Of-Care Testing (POCT) technologies have revolutionised testing for many infectious diseases by providing a much faster access to test results, allowing for rapid results and - where integrated in clinical settings - help expedite clinical decision making. Dr. Nitika Pant Pai emphasized the importance of POCT for expanded access, rapid clinical decision making for all key infectious diseases (HIV, STDs, NTDs, tuberculosis) and also for antimicrobial resistance detection and surveillance globally.

To further open scientific research and access to all the information on POCT for HIV/STBBI/NTDs/AMR and to encourage people to get tested, Dr. Pant Pai has been the collection editor of 'Point-Of-Care Testing for HIV' on ScienceOpen since 2017. Now, she is taking the POCT project on ScienceOpen a step further by launching a super collection 'Point-Of-Care Testing for Infectious Diseases' that features six new Point-Of-Care Testing collections for HIV Self-Testing, antimicrobial resistance (AMR), Hepatitis, neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and Tuberculosis.

Every collection on ScienceOpen is assigned a CrossRef DOI, becoming a part of the editor's ORCID record. Using the professional networking platform MyScienceOpen, editors can then comment and write editorials on each collection, and invite any researcher to publicly review an article in their collection. Collection editors can also trace how their collection is performing by tracking the number of articles, views, peer reviews, recommendations, social media activity, and the overall Altmetric score presented in the summary statistics.

Dr. Madhukar Pai, Professor McGill University and Director of McGill International TB Center, joins the initiative as the lead Editor of the TB collection.

ScienceOpen highlights the new Point-Of-Care collections in its research discovery environment of over 49 million articles and records as a successful researcher-led initiative to optimize the scientific and social impact of medical study in this field.

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IOP Publishing expands journal portfolio with three new journals
- 29 Nov 2018

IOP Publishing, the publishing company of the Institute of Physics, has announced that the first content has been published in three new additions to its journal portfolio - Electronic Structure, JPhys Energy and Plasma Research Express. The three journals were launched to cater to the needs of specific research communities.

The first issue of Electronic Structure contains articles from six countries using both experimental and computational techniques, covering topics from 2D materials to magnetism. Among the articles is one co-authored by editorial board member Prof. Steffen Duhm, from Soochow University in China.

JPhys Energy's first issue features papers by teams from China, Australia, Brazil, the USA, and the UK. Prof. John Irvine, from the University of St Andrews (UK) serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the journal.

Reflecting the journal's intended reach and inclusive editorial policy, the first content in Plasma Research Express includes papers from Brazil, Russia, the USA, Ukraine, Romania and Belgium, which collectively cover a mixture of experimental and theoretical work on several representative topics in plasma science. Prof. Hae June Lee, from Pusan National University, Republic of Korea, serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the journal.

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RSNA to launch three new peer-reviewed radiology journals in 2019
- 28 Nov 2018

RSNA 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 editorial content.

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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Federation University Australia launches institutional data repository by Figshare
- 23 Nov 2018

Federation University Australia recently launched its institutional data repository, available at federation.figshare.com.

Faculty and Higher Degree by Research students will be able to upload supplemental research data and non-traditional research outputs in order to receive a citable DOI and track usage metrics. The University will also be able to import data published by Federation University Australia researchers in the Public Library of Science (PLoS) Figshare data repository into the institutional data repository.

Researchers will also be able to create Figshare project spaces around existing research projects, allowing for collaborative uploading of data and a public page to showcase the outputs of that particular project. An example of a Figshare project at Federation University Australia can be found at https://figshare.com/projects/Federation_University_s_Bush_Medicine_Project/56045.

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