Inaugural issue of the Journal of Neuroimaging in Psychiatry and Neurology
The United Scientific Group (USG) has published a new peer reviewed open access journal “Neuroimaging in Psychiatry and Neurology”. Professors Rajendra D. Badgaiyan, MD and Kenneth Blum, Ph.D. have been selected as Editor-in-Chief, and Co-Editor-in-Chief, respectively to develop a journal for rapid publication of key data, reviews and opinion related to neuroimaging. Even though a number of journals publish articles on neuroimaging, none of them provide exclusive platform for neuroimaging researchers and enthusiasts. There is, therefore, a need for a journal dedicated to neuroimaging research. To the investigators involved in neuroimaging research, this journal will provide a forum for discussion on challenges and opportunities to help advance the field. For those working in the fringes of neuroimaging, this journal will be an important resource for understanding basic concepts and cutting-edge technologies.
The Journal of Neuroimaging in Psychiatry and Neurology (JNPN) will publish four issues a year.
This inaugural issue of the JNPN (Volume 1, Number 1) focuses clinical and basic neuroimaging research in the areas relevant to psychiatry and neurology. Please, take a moment out of your busy schedule and review this first issue and consider submitting your work to the journal.
Inaugural Issue link: http://unitedscientificgroup.com/journals/neuroimaging-in-psychiatry-and-neurology/latest-articles/1
By including both clinical and basic neuroimaging research in the areas relevant to psychiatry and neurology, we hope to stimulate cross-disciplinary dialogue while making sure that the conditions that are on the intersection of the two disciplines get adequate attention.
To catch up with the rapid advances in neuroimaging research, we promise short turnaround time. A manuscript will receive initial peer-review and editorial decision within 2 weeks. Our goal is to publish accepted manuscripts within 4 weeks of initial submission.
We are doing our best to make this journal the most reliable resource for neuroimaging community and enthusiasts.