Browse Journals and Peer-Reviewed Series
Journal of eScience Librarianship (Lamar Soutter Library)
The Journal of eScience Librarianship (JESLIB) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that advances the theory and practice of librarianship with a special focus on services related to data-driven research in the physical, biological, social, and medical sciences, including public health. JESLIB explores the many roles of librarians in supporting eScience and welcomes articles by contributors from all areas of the globe related to education, outreach, collaborations, policy, tools, and best practices. The journal includes peer-reviewed articles discussing topics such as research data management, librarians embedded on research teams, data services, data curation, and data sharing and re-use. Submissions covering both theoretical and practical applications are welcomed.
Now indexed in DOAJ, the Directory of Open Access Journals!
Neurological Bulletin (Neurology)
Neurological Bulletin is not accepting new submissions at this time. For inquiries, please contact Dr. William Schwartz.
Neurological Bulletin is a journal to promote scientific inquiry and reasoning for trainees in neurology and neuroscience, and the academic neurology community at large. The Bulletin publishes original investigations, case reports and case series, therapeutic trials, and timely reviews, written by students, residents, or fellows, with faculty as possible co-authors or mentors. Manuscripts that explore novel initiatives pertaining to neurological education are also encouraged. Letters to the editor regarding previous articles and on topics of concern to academic neurology will also be considered.
Psychiatry Information in Brief (Psychiatry)
Psychiatry Information in Brief is a journal devoted to the dissemination of behavioral health information. This journal focuses on translating research findings into concise, user-friendly information that is accessible to all. It incorporates an array of dissemination products including:
- Psychiatry Issue Briefs: Concise research findings with real-world recommendations and action items for providers and consumers of mental health services
- Research in the Works: Brief one page descriptions of on-going research at the UMass Department of Psychiatry
- Research You Can Use: Research findings from literature reviews, white papers, and other research aimed at busy providers
- Transitions RTC: Publications aimed at improving supports for youth and young adults with serious mental health conditions
View the latest issue! How to Speak Up and Be Heard: Self Advocacy by the Transitions RTC. Self Advocacy is the ability to speak up for yourself and for the things that are important to you. This tip sheet offers advice and gives examples of how to self advocate at home, at school, at work and in the community.
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The Journal of Global Radiology (Radiology)
The Journal of Global Radiology (JGR) is an open access, peer-reviewed specialized journal of radiology that acts as a source of education and motivation to initiate a dialogue on global issues related to access to medical imaging. JGR catalogues philosophical and scientific work that falls within the definition of Global Radiology.
The Journal of Global Radiology is now accepting submissions.
The editors welcome all submissions about Global Radiology, international radiology, radiology outreach, access to more cost-effective radiology, capacity building, and advocacy.
JGR publishes articles as they become available for publication following a thorough review process. Once enough material is received, the accumulated material is bundled as the next issue of the journal.
JGR does not charge subscription, submission, or author fees, and authors retain ownership of the copyright for their content.
UMass Center for Clinical and Translational Science Newsletter (University of Massachusetts Center for Clinical and Translational Science)
In July 2010, the University of Massachusetts received a $20 million NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA Grant # UL1TR000161) to create the University of Massachusetts Center for Clinical and Translational Science (UMCCTS), an academic home for clinical and translational science. The goal of the UMCCTS is to move laboratory discoveries into treatments for patients, to engage communities in clinical research, and to train a new generation of researchers. Through the center, we will facilitate greater efficiency and productivity of UMass investigators across campuses to enhance the public’s health. The monthly UMCCTS Newsletter provides its members with the latest news and announcements about resources, funding opportunities, seminars, events, and educational training.