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Dr. Matthew Miles and Dr. Hayley Gershengorn named Editors-in-Chief for CHEST Pulmonary and CHEST Critical Care -

During the CHEST Annual Meeting 2022, the American College of Chest Physicians (CHEST) has announced Matthew Miles and Hayley Gershengorn as the editors in chief to launch and lead two new open access journals.

Set to launch in early 2023, the journals, CHEST Pulmonary and CHEST Critical Care, will contain specialized research in pulmonary and critical care medicine and join the flagship journal CHEST® in the college’s portfolio.

Dr. Miles, the Editor in Chief of CHEST Pulmonary is Associate Professor of Medicine in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine with Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist and the Wake Forest School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, NC, where he maintains an active clinical practice in general pulmonology and critical care medicine. He holds a Master’s in Education and Curriculum Development from the University of Cincinnati and is Director of the Wake Forest Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine fellowship program.

Dr. Gershengorn, the Editor in Chief of CHEST Critical Care, is a Professor of Clinical Medicine in the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine, where she works as a medical intensivist. She serves as Medical Director of Data Quality Analytics and Critical Care Quality for the University of Miami Hospital and Clinics. Dr. Gershengorn’s research program focuses on the allocation of ICU resources and the impact such allocation has on the outcomes of critically ill patients.

Peter Mazzone, Editor in Chief of the flagship journal CHEST, will oversee both positions.

Similar to the flagship journal, CHEST Pulmonary and CHEST Critical Care will accept submissions of original research, reviews, case reports and commentaries, with enhanced emphasis on medical decision-making, implementation science, health services delivery, quality improvement, cost-effectiveness analysis, policy reports, study design and more. With the new journals, readers will have additional sources of high-quality research, with the benefit of open-access.

First launched as Diseases of the Chest in 1935, the journal CHEST distributes the latest original research, practice management guidance, editorials, reviews and letters. Originally focused on tuberculosis, the journal CHEST has continually evolved to serve clinicians and their patients as the fields of pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine grow and change over time.

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