The Journal of Pathology: Clinical Research
© John Wiley and Sons Ltd and The Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland
Edited By: C Simon Herrington
Online ISSN: 2056-4538
Associated Title(s): The Journal of Pathology
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Simon Herrington graduated in biochemistry from the University of Cambridge in 1982 and medicine from the University of London in 1985. He trained in Internal Medicine (MRCP 1988) and then became a CRC clinical research fellow in the Nuffield Department of Pathology, University of Oxford, receiving his DPhil in 1991. He was then appointed clinical lecturer in pathology in Oxford where he completed his training in clinical cellular pathology, gaining the MRCPath in 1994. He was appointed clinical senior lecturer and consultant in pathology at the University of Liverpool in 1995 and was promoted to a personal chair in 1999. In 2003, he was appointed to the chair of Pathology at the University of St Andrews, moving to the Chair of Pathology at the University of Dundee in 2010. He also works as a consultant pathologist, specialising in gynaecological pathology. He is a member of the Cancer Research UK science funding committee, sits on the Board of the Association for International Cancer Research and is Past-President of the International Society of Gynecological Pathologists. He has been on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Pathology since 1995, serving as Editor-in-Chief from 2002-2008.
Simon became Editor of the Journal of Pathology in 2014, to which The Journal of Pathology: Clinical Research is a sister publication. He will serve as Editor of both titles to ensure their parallel development.
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The Journal of Pathology: Clinical Research is a new Open Access journal from The Pathological Society and Wiley. It is now open for submissions.
The focus of The Journal of Pathology: Clinical Research is the publication of studies that illuminate the clinical relevance of research in the broad area of the study of disease. The Journal welcomes investigative diagnostic, prognostic, and biomarker studies with clear clinical relevance, that advance our understanding of the mechanisms of human disease. In general, hypothesis-driven studies that are appropriately powered and validated will be preferred. As well as original research papers, the Journal seeks to provide rapid publication in a variety of other formats, including editorials, review articles, commentaries and perspectives and other features, both contributed and solicited.
In determining content, the primary considerations are excellence, relevance and novelty. As a journal of The Pathological Society, it seeks to reflect the broad scientific interests of the Society’s membership but its ethos, authorship, content and purpose are those expected of a leading publication in the international scientific literature.
Reasons to publish with The Journal of Pathology: Clinical Research:
• High standard, rigorous peer review
• Rapid publication
• Open Access – published articles are licensed under Creative Commons and authors are the copyright holder
• Compliant with open access mandates
• Indexed by PubMed Central and PubMed
• Promotion and publicity of quality research
• Wiley’s tradition in publishing excellence