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Path to Publish - the monthly AJP newsletter

The recent ASIP annual meeting at Experimental Biology in Orlando, FL, featured a career development and mentoring lunch on the topic of “Giving and Responding to Critical Evaluations of Manuscripts and Grants”, which included Editor in Chief of The American Journal of Pathology, Martha Furie.  Main tips included- be thorough, be constructive, and be on time

 
 

Editor's Choice

Potential Biomarkers for Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma Identified by Long Noncoding RNA Profiling in the Aqueous Humor

 
 
ASIP Member Review
Liver Regeneration after Acetaminophen Hepatotoxicity: Mechanisms and Therapeutic Opportunities
 
 
Open Access
Sost Haploinsufficiency Provokes Peracute Lethal Cardiac Tamponade without Rescuing the Osteopenia in a Mouse Model of Excess Glucocorticoids
 
Spexin/NPQ Induces FBJ Osteosarcoma Oncogene (Fos) and Produces Antinociceptive Effect against Inflammatory Pain in the Mouse Model
 
Association of High miR-182 Levels with Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
 
 
AJP in the News
Mobilizing the lymphatic system may help combat obesity-induced metabolic syndrome
   
   

Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor–D (VEGF-D) Overexpression and Lymphatic Expansion in Murine Adipose Tissue Improves Metabolism in Obesity  

 

This article is also an Editor's Choice selection for April and is therefore FREE online to all readers!

Did you know…

The ASIP annual meeting also included the Editorial Board meeting for The American Journal of Pathology.

 

Some highlights from AJP’s year:

 

-13% increase in total number of submissions.

 

-Submissions received from 47 different countries.

 

-Acceptance rate <39%

 

-Time to first decision for fully reviewed manuscripts- 36 days

 

-35 days from acceptance to online publication.

 

-Expanded scope!  AJP now considers Foundational studies that incorporate deep learning, digital pathology, and artificial intelligence.

 

 

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April 2019

 
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