Kevin A. Roth, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Alabama at Birmingham
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The American Journal of Pathology (AJP) is the leading global forum for reporting quality original research on cellular and molecular mechanisms of disease. Impact Factor: 4.602
AJP is the official journal of the American Society for Investigative Pathology, and publishes high-quality, original papers on the cellular and molecular biology of disease. The editors accept manuscripts that advance basic and translational knowledge of the pathogenesis, classification, diagnosis, and mechanisms of disease, without preference for a specific analytic method. High priority is given to studies on human disease and relevant experimental models using cellular, molecular, animal, biological, chemical, and immunological approaches in conjunction with morphology.
The American Journal of Pathology is the most cited journal in the field of Research Pathology.
To celebrate the founding of ASIP's parent society, the American Society for Experimental Pathology (ASEP), and 100 years of FASEB affiliation, ASIP is sponsoring The American Journal of Pathology (AJP) Centennial Project to highlight significant scientific discoveries published in AJP (the official journal of ASIP) and its predecessor journals, The Journal of Medical Research and the Journal of the Boston Society of Medical Sciences. Beginning with the April 2012 issue, AJP will publish articles in a special AJP Centennial section of each issue, highlighting important articles, scientific topic areas, and advances in experimental pathology that have occurred during the past 100+ years. We hope that these articles will illustrate the breadth of ASIP's scientific impact, provide new insights on old issues, and generate enthusiasm for attending the ASIP 2013 Annual Meeting and Centennial Celebration at Experimental Biology 2013 in Boston, Massachusetts.