Spearheaded by Drs. Anil Parwani and Liron Pantanowitz from UPMC, a new journal dedicate to the field of pathology informatics has been started. Thank you to Anil and Liron for your vision.
The Journal of Pathology Informatics (JPI) is an open access peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the advancement of pathology informatics. This is the official journal of the Association for Pathology Informatics (API). The journal aims to publish broadly about pathology informatics and freely disseminate all articles worldwide. This journal is of interest to pathologists, informaticians, academics, researchers, health IT specialists, information officers, IT staff, vendors, and anyone with an interest in informatics. We encourage submissions from anyone with an interest in the field of pathology informatics. We publish all types of papers related to pathology informatics including original research articles, technical notes, reviews, viewpoints, commentaries, editorials, book reviews, and correspondence to the editors. All submissions are subject to peer review by the well-regarded editorial board and by expert referees in appropriate specialties.
About the association
Association for Pathology Informatics (API): http://www.pathinformatics.org
The mission of the Association for Pathology Informatics (API) is to promote the field of pathology informatics as an academic and a clinical subspecialty of pathology. The association supports advances in the field of pathology informatics through research, education, scientific meetings, and through communications.
Staying in touch with the journal
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