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European Journal of Radiology Open (EJR Open) is a new, online only, open access, peer-reviewed journal in Radiology. EJR Open offers the quality, rigor, and visibility you expect from its companion title, European Journal of Radiology, combined with the convenience of open access.
EJR Open will rapidly communicate the most up-to-date international diagnostic imaging research to Radiologists at all levels of training. It aims to publish high quality, evidence-based, original research articles as well as authoritative reviews in areas of special interest. The Journal will focus on state-of-the-art research in diagnostic imaging of human and animal subjects with the exclusive objective of translating this into clinical practice to improve patient outcomes.
EJR Open is the companion journal to the European Journal of Radiology. Edited by Professor Pascal Baltzer, EJR is an international journal which aims to communicate to its readers, state-of-the-art information on imaging developments in the form of high quality original research articles and timely reviews on current developments in the field.
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Meet the Editor-in-Chief/strong
Dr. Stefania Romano is the Editor-in-Chief of EJR Open.Dr. Romano is a Radiologist at the Department of Diagnostic Imaging at Santa Maria delle Grazie Hospital, Pozzuoli, Italy. Her main field of interest and scientific research is abdominal and gastrointestinal radiology in elective and emergency conditions.
In Support of equality, inclusion & diversity – Advances in European Journal of Radiology Open
European Journal of Radiology Open pledges its continuous commitment to improving diversity on the editorial team. As a first step in 2023, we will sought better gender balance and we are looking into better ethnical, minority, geographical representation of the scientific community. This sits within Elsevier’s broader ongoing inclusion & diversity efforts. Equity and inclusion in publishing is critically important for scientific excellence and innovation. We believe passionately in the power of an inclusive publishing environment, not only to do what is right, but to enrich, strengthen and advance us all.