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Path to Publish- Focus on Impact

The 2017 citation metrics have been released and The American Journal of Pathology is pleased to have shown an impact factor increase for the first time in the last few years. Improving the impact factor has been a priority for the Editors and staff, and moving up slightly to 4.069 (from 4.057 in 2016) reflects the improvements made to article selection and review article solicitation over the last couple years. Remember to look to AJP when sourcing your next article!


Editor’s Choice - ASIP Member Submission

   

Increasing Cardiomyocyte Atrogin-1 Reduces Aging-Associated Fibrosis and Regulates Remodeling in Vivo

 
Short Communications
 
Human Streptococcal Necrotizing Fasciitis Histopathology Mirrored in a Murine Model
 
Immunolabeling of Cleared Human Pancreata Provides Insights into Three-Dimensional Pancreatic Anatomy and Pathology
 
AJP in the News
 
Researchers find a promising new approach for treating liver cirrhosis
 

Beneficial Effects of the Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor α/γ Agonist Aleglitazar on Progressive Hepatic and Splanchnic Abnormalities in Cirrhotic Rats with Portal Hypertension

 

**This article is also an Editor's Choice and free to all readers.**

 

Manuscript Prep

   

Thinking of submitting a Review or Mini-Review to The American Journal of Pathology? Parameters for these articles are: Reviews- maximum of 6,000 words, 100 references, and 4 tables or figures (one of which is mechanistic); Mini-Reviews- maximum of 4,000 words, 50 references, and 2 tables or figures (one of which is mechanistic). Submit your outline and CV to AJP_Editor@asip.org or ajp@asip.org for consideration.

Did you know…

 

The American Society for Investigative Pathology is pleased to welcome Dr. Asma Nusrat to the position of ASIP President.

 

Dr. Nusrat is a long-time member of the ASIP (joining in 2003) and has previously served the Society as a member of the ASIP Council, Chair of the Program Committee, and Co-Chair of the Vascular and Mucosal Pathobiology Scientific Interest Group. She also served as an Associate Editor for The American Journal of Pathology for a number of years.

Associate Editors from AJP also occupy the roles of ASIP President Elect (Dr. Dani Zander) and Vice President (Dr. Richard N. Mitchell).

The Journal is proud to have our editors represented within society leadership.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 2018

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