Double celebration for Adis Journals

Two leading medical journals from Adis are celebrating 20 years of publishing this year having already published more than 2,900 articles between them.

CNS Drugs covers many aspects of the drug treatment of neurological and psychiatric disorders. Co-editor, Kate Palmer, was involved in the initial development of the journal and has held the editorship since the first issue, a position she now shares with her colleague Sue Pochon. Kate stated:

“We have to thank all of the authors who have contributed to the journal over the last 20 years. They have generously set aside time in their busy schedules to prepare papers, and without their hard work and diligence we would not have been able to publish such a successful journal. The quality of published articles also reflects the significant time and effort dedicated by the peer reviewers and the Editorial Board, to whom we are also very grateful”.

Jamie Croxtall took on the role as Editor of BioDrugs in 2012 and has already seen the journal grow quite significantly:

“Last year the Adis journals were integrated into the Springer production systems which meant that we were able to increase our capacity, publish more content in each issue and reduce publication times. This is great news for our readers as it means they get faster access to a broader range of content”.

Both journals continue to go from strength to strength and are well-recognized and utilized by researchers across industry, healthcare and academia. They are also indexed in all major biomedical databases.In recognition of the journals reaching this significant milestone, the Editors have each compiled a list of key articles which you will be able to access for free, for a limited time only. To download the collections, please visit the pages for CNS Drugs or BioDrugs on Adis.com

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