Pathology

ACTA CYTOLOGICA

With articles offering an excellent balance between clinical cytology and cytopathology, Acta Cytologica fosters the understanding of the pathogenetic mechanisms behind cytomorphology and thus facilitates the translation of frontline research into clinical practice. As the official journal of the International Academy of Cytology and affiliated to over 50 national cytology societies around the world, Acta Cytologica evaluates new and existing diagnostic applications of scientific advances as well as their clinical correlations.

TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY

Toxicologic Pathology is dedicated to the promotion of human, animal, and environmental health through the dissemination of knowledge, techniques, and guidelines to enhance the understanding and practice of toxicologic pathology. Toxicologic Pathology, the official journal of the Society of Toxicologic Pathology, will publish Original Research Articles, Symposium Articles, Review Articles, Meeting Reports, New Techniques, and Position Papers that are relevant to toxicologic pathology.

SCIENCE & JUSTICE

Science & Justice provides a forum to promote communication and publication of original articles, reviews and correspondence on subjects that spark debates within the Forensic Science Community and the criminal justice sector. The journal provides a medium whereby all aspects of applying science to legal proceedings can be debated and progressed. Science & Justice is published six times a year, and will be of interest primarily to practising forensic scientists and their colleagues in related fields.

POLISH JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY

Polish Journal of Pathology is an official magazine of the Polish Association of Pathologists and the Polish Branch of the International Academy of Pathology. For the last 18 years of its presence on the market, it has published more than 360 original papers and scientific reports, often quoted in reviewed foreign magazines. A new extended Scientific Board of the quarterly magazine comprises people with recognized achievements in path morphology and biology, including molecular biology and cytogenetics, as well as clinical oncology.

PATHOLOGY RESEARCH AND PRACTICE

Pathology, Research and Practice provides accessible coverage of the most recent developments across the entire field of pathology: Reviews focus on recent progress in pathology, while Comments look at interesting current problems and at hypotheses for future developments in pathology. Original Papers present novel findings on all aspects of general, anatomic and molecular pathology. Rapid Communications inform readers on preliminary findings that may be relevant for further studies and need to be communicated quickly.

PATHOLOGY INTERNATIONAL

Pathology International, official peer-reviewed publication of the Japanese Society of Pathology publishes articles of scientific excellence in human and experimental pathology and occasionally features an invited review on a topical issue. Each month the Editor selects articles that are provided to readers free of charge.

PATHOBIOLOGY

Pathobiology offers a valuable platform for the publication of high-quality original research into the mechanisms underlying human disease. Aiming to serve as a bridge between basic biomedical research and clinical medicine, the journal welcomes articles from scientific areas such as pathology, oncology, anatomy, virology, internal medicine, surgery, cell and molecular biology, and immunology. Published bimonthly, Pathobiology features original ­research papers and reviews on translational research.

NEUROPATHOLOGY

Neuropathology is a bi-monthly multidisciplinary international journal sponsored by the Japanese Society of Neuropathology. As a service to reader and authors the journal offers a range of features such as Early View articles available prior to issue publication. The journal has an education section which aims to foster increased communication of clinical issues amongst practitioners. Authors can submit manuscript via ScholarOne Manuscripts. Manuscripts of 5 pages or less are exempt of page charges.