Journal of Neuroimaging
Copyright (c) by the American Society of Neuroimaging
Edited By: Joseph C. Masdeu, Editor-in-Chief
Online ISSN: 1552-6569
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ASN- Promoting the Highest Standards of Neuroimaging in Clinical Practice for Quality Patient Care...
As a member of the American Society for Neuroimaging (ASN), you'll be part of an international, professional organization of neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists, and other neuroscientists who are dedicated to the advancement of any technique used to image the nervous system. You'll have the opportunity to share ideas and viewpoints with colleagues and to become involved in the process of creating guidelines for the performance of different neuroimaging procedures in the workup of patients with neurological disorders.
Wiley and the American Society of Neuroimaging are pleased to announce the increase of the Journal of Neuroimaging Impact Factor, to 1.818.
The Journal of Neuroimaging offers coverage of clinical neurological aspects of MRI, Neurosonology, Carotid Ultrasound, and other neuroimaging modalities.
As of this year, the Journal of Neuroimaging is now available online-only, in electronic form. This decision was made to improve the quality of its provision to authors and readers and enhance the standing of the journal.
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