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PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE
Pakistan Journal of Nuclear Medicine (PJNM) aims to contribute towards research and education of physicians in the field of nuclear medicine and allied sciences. The journal shall provide a platform for publishing and disseminating scientific and clinical contributions of the nuclear medicine community nationally and provides an opportunity for exchange of information and collaboration with the international nuclear medicine community at large.
The journal welcomes a wide variety of publication formats including editorials, state-of-the-art review articles, original scientific and clinical research papers, case reports, interesting scans, letters to the editor etc.
PJNMed is the official journal of Pakistan Society of Nuclear Medicine.
The Asia Oceania Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Biology is a publication of the Asia Oceania Federation of Nuclear Medicine and Biology (AOFNMB). This is one of the initiatives of the AOFNMB for the promotion of nuclear medicine education in the region. This Journal is sponsored by Nuclear Medicine Research Center of Mashhad University of Medical Sciences. This peer reviewed free journal covers all aspect of nuclear medicine including clinical, preclinical, radiopharmacy and medical physics and has no processing or publishing costs.
The Journal of Nuclear Medicine is a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal published by Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging that covers research on all aspects of nuclear medicine, including molecular imaging. The journal is abstracted and indexed in Science Citation Index, Current Contents/Clinical Medicine, Current Contents/Life Sciences, BIOSIS Previews, and MEDLINE/PubMed. According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2016 impact factor of 6.646, ranking it 5th out of 125 journals in the category “Radiology, Nuclear Medicine & Medical Imaging”
The European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (EJNMMI) is a peer-reviewed medical journal published by Springer. It is the official journal of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine. It covers the field of nuclear medicine, including dosimetry, radiation biology, radiochemistry, radiopharmacology, molecular imaging probes, reporter gene assays, cell trafficking, targeting of endogenous gene expression, and antisense methodologies. According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2016 impact factor of 7.277. (Wikipedia)
The journal remains of primary interest to practitioners in the field of nuclear medicine but also reports on original work relating to physics, dosimetry, radiation biology, radiochemistry and pharmacy. Original material examines the field of molecular imaging probes, reporter gene assays, cell trafficking, targeting of endogenous gene expression and antisense methodologies. The Journal publishes in-depth reviews of topical interest, short communications, controversies, interesting images and letters to the Editor.
The World Journal of Nuclear Medicine is sponsored by the World Association of Radiopharmaceutical and Molecular Therapy (WARMTH), WARMTH is an incorporated charity, registered in the United States of America. WARMTH encourages the use of radionuclide therapy to reduce human disease with a particular emphasis in delivery of that care in the developing world. There is a common desire to educate and share knowledge across both developed and developing nations. WARMTH has no editorial control over the WJNM but it’s governing board appoints the editor in chief and provides financial support.
Nuclear Medicine Communications, the official journal of the British Nuclear Medicine Society, is a rapid communications journal covering nuclear medicine and molecular imaging with radionuclides, and the basic supporting sciences. As well as clinical research and commentary, manuscripts describing research on preclinical and basic sciences (radiochemistry, radiopharmacy, radiobiology, radiopharmacology, medical physics, computing and engineering, and technical and nursing professions involved in delivering nuclear medicine services) are welcomed, as the journal is intended to be of interest internationally to all members of the many medical and non-medical disciplines involved in nuclear medicine. In addition to papers reporting original studies, frankly written editorials and topical reviews are a regular feature of the journal.