September Cover Art
Characterizing brain tissue by assessment of the distribution of anisotropic microstructural environments in diffusion-compartment imaging (DIAMOND), by Benoit Scherrer, Armin Schwartzman, Maxime Taquet, Mustafa Sahin, Sanjay P. Prabhu and Simon K. Warfield
September Editor’s Picks
Virtual population-based assessment of the impact of 3 Tesla radiofrequency shimming and thermoregulation on safety and B1+ uniformity, by Manuel Murbach, Esra Neufeld, Eugenia Cabot, Earl Zastrow, Juan Córcoles, Wolfgang Kainz and Niels Kuster. Link to audioslides.
Anomalous T2 relaxation in normal and degraded cartilage, by David A. Reiter, Richard L. Magin, Weiguo Li, Juan J. Trujillo, M. Pilar Velasco and Richard G. Spencer. Link to audioslides.
Virtual Issue on Diffusion MRI
Virtual Issues of Magn Reson Med are retrospectively assembled Tables of Contents with links to previously published Magn Reson Med articles. Our latest Virtual Issue on the topic of Diffusion: From Microstructure to Clinical Application. It is available at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)1522-2594/homepage/virtual_issues.htm#DiffusionMRIVI
This Virtual Issue coincides with the ISMRM Workshop on “Breaking the Barriers of Diffusion MRI ” to be held in Lisbon, Portugal from 11–16 September 2016.
This Virtual issue was assembled by Workshop Organizers Mara Cercignani PhD, Brighton & Sussex Medical School Brighton, UK, Maxime Descoteaux PhD, Sherbrooke University Sherbrooke, QC, Canada, Tim Dyrby PhD, Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre, Denmark, Christopher Hess MD PhD, University of California San Francisco, CA, USA, and Alexander Leemans PhD, University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Publons available for reviewers
Our publisher, Wiley, is partnering with Publons, a new service dedicated to supporting improvements in peer review. Publons provides documentation of review service in a format that can be included in CVs and funding applications. Magn Reson Med will be integrating this service into ScholarOne over the coming months. Enrollment is completely optional. For more information, please see: https://publons.com/
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Closing soon: YIA submissions for the 2017 ISMRM Annual Meeting in Honolulu
Our ManuscriptCentral/ScholarOne site is still open for manuscript submissions in conjunction with the 2017 I.I. Rabi Award until the submission deadline of 14 September 2016. For more information about the YIA competition, please see: https://www.ismrm.org/YIA/
OnlineOpen 25% Discount for ISMRM Members
Magn Reson Med is very pleased to continue to offer its standard publication option: No page charges, including color pages in print.
Some authors, institutions, or funding agencies however, prefer or require papers to be freely and immediately available for download by anyone, regardless of their subscription status, i.e., Open Access. For those authors, Wiley offers an author-paid publication option called OnlineOpen. This option is only available for accepted papers, so if an author makes this choice it has absolutely no bearing on the peer-review process or any editorial decision.
We are pleased that our publisher is offering ISMRM Members a 25% discount on OnlineOpen fees for their Magn Reson Med papers. The author applying for the discount must be a current ISMRM Member. More information is available by clicking on the OnlineOpen link on the Magn Reson Med homepage.
Full Issue PDFs
Full Issue PDFs are now available for download. Please follow the link available at the journal home page: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)1522-2594
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