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The American Physiological Society and The Physiological Society Partner with Wiley on New Open Access Journal
Susan Wray, Liverpool, UK Named Editor-in-Chief and Thomas Kleyman, Pittsburgh, USA, Named Deputy Editor-in-Chief
BETHESDA, Md. (Dec. 13, 2012)—John Wiley & Sons, Inc., The Physiological Society (TPS), and The American Physiological Society (APS) announced today their partnership to publish the new open access peer-reviewed journal, Physiological Reports, which will launch early next year.
Physiological Reports will offer peer-reviewed research across all areas of basic, translational and clinical physiology and allied disciplines for physiologists, neuroscientists, biophysicists and clinicians. The journal will serve as the first fully open access online-only journal for The American Physiological Society and The Physiological Society, and joins their combined prestigious portfolio of peer-reviewed print and online subscription-based scientific journals, such as the American Journal of Physiology, The Journal of Physiology, and Experimental Physiology.
Susan Wray Named Editor-in-Chief and Thomas Kleyman Named Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Susan Wray, Ph.D., University of Liverpool, UK, is a Professor and former Head of the Department of Physiology at the University of Liverpool, and is a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences. Her research focuses on the physiology of smooth muscle and how it contracts. She has served in various roles on the Editorial Boards of The Journal of Physiology and Experimental Physiology. Thomas Kleyman, M.D., University of Pittsburgh, USA, is Professor and Chief, Renal-Electrolyte Division at the University of Pittsburgh. His research has been devoted to renal physiology. Dr. Kleyman has served as Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Physiology - Renal Physiology for the last five years.
Philip Wright, Chief Executive of The Physiological Society said, "This represents a landmark for The Physiological Society launching its first new journal in over 100 years and we are delighted to be doing this in partnership with The American Physiological Society. Most importantly this is an OA journal that will be run by two of the world’s leading physiological societies for its members and for physiologists around the world."
Martin Frank, Executive Director of The American Physiological Society, said, "The time was right for both The American Physiological Society and The Physiological Society to create an open access journal to meet the evolving needs of our joint constituencies. It is very gratifying to know that both Societies are able to join together to create this journal, which will serve the needs of the international community of physiologists."
Jackie Jones, Publisher for Physiological Reports, Wiley, added, "We are very enthusiastic about this new venture with The Physiological Society and The American Physiological Society. We are looking forward to extending our existing relationships with both societies by developing Physiological Reports into a successful, high quality journal."
The journal will publish articles under the Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) License enabling authors to be fully compliant with open access requirements of funding organizations. All articles will be published as fully open access on Wiley Online Library and deposited in PubMed Central immediately upon publication.
A publication fee will be payable by authors on acceptance of their articles. The first 100 papers accepted for publication will be published free of charge. Authors affiliated with, or funded by, an organization that has a Wiley Open Access Account can publish without directly paying any publication charges.
About The American Physiological Society
The American Physiological Society is a non-profit organization devoted to fostering education, scientific research, and dissemination of information in the physiological sciences. The Society, founded in 1887, has more than 11,000 members, most of whom have doctoral degrees in physiology and/or medicine, or other health professions. The Society publishes 13 peer-reviewed journals which can be viewed online at http://www.the-aps.org/mm/Publications/Journals. Contact: Martin Frank at MFrank@The-aps.org or +1.301.634.7118
The American Physiological Society is a non-profit organization devoted to fostering education, scientific research, and dissemination of information in the physiological sciences. The Society, founded in 1887, has more than 11,000 members, most of whom have doctoral degrees in physiology and/or medicine, or other health professions. The Society publishes 13 peer-reviewed journals which can be viewed online at . Martin Frank at or
About The Physiological Society
The Physiological Society brings together over 3000 scientists from over 60 countries. Since its foundation in 1876, its Members have made significant contributions to our knowledge of biological systems and the treatment of disease. The Society promotes physiology and supports those working in the field by organizing world-class scientific meetings, offering grants for research, collaboration and international travel, and by publishing the latest developments in its two leading scientific journals, The Journal of Physiology and Experimental Physiology. For more information please visit http://www.physoc.org. Contact: Philip Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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