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J Pathol Inform 2014,  5:31

Journal of Pathology Informatics thanks its reviewers


Department of Pathology, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Date of Submission20-May-2014
Date of Acceptance30-Jun-2014
Date of Web Publication28-Aug-2014

Correspondence Address:
Liron Pantanowitz
Department of Pathology, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA
USA
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Source of Support: None, Conflict of Interest: None


DOI: 10.4103/2153-3539.139711

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The Journal of Pathology Informatics (JPI) is now 4 years old and growing steadily. [1] The quantity and quality of informatics content in JPI has evolved considerably. Manuscript submissions have originated from both the USA (54%) and overseas (46%). To date, 129,644 people have visited our journal. There were 283,327 page views recorded by our publisher Wolters Kluwer. The number of online sessions has virtually tripled since JPI was launched [Figure 1]. The open access model JPI opted for has worked out well. Accordingly, most hits are for the full text HTML version of articles. The majority (78.5%) of these recorded online sessions have been linked to mobile devices (e.g. iPad).
Figure 1: Website visitors analysis from 2010 to 2014

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The success and reputation of JPI are attributed not only to the authors and the caliber of their work, but also to our peer reviewers. We are grateful for the erudite, constructive and timely peer reviews received for manuscripts submitted to JPI. Below is the list of superb peer reviewers we would like to thank.

List of JPI Reviewers

  • Abid Shah
  • Adrian Platts
  • Ajay Basavanhally
  • Alexander Borowsky
  • Alexis Carter
  • Anand Dighe
  • Anant Madabhushi
  • Andrew Evans
  • Andrew Georgiou
  • Andrew Post
  • Anil Parwani
  • Ashokkumar Patel
  • Beverly Faulkner-Jones
  • Brian Jackson
  • Bruce Beckwith
  • Bruce Friedman
  • Bruce Levy
  • Bryan Dangott
  • Cyrus Hedvat
  • Carol Rauch
  • Chakra Chennubhotla
  • Chet Andrzejewski
  • Ching Wei Wang
  • Christopher Naugler
  • Christopher Otis
  • Claudia Mello-Thoms
  • Clayton Wiley
  • Daniel Cowan
  • Daniel Rubin
  • Darrell Triulzi
  • Darren Treanor
  • Dave Parry
  • David Foran
  • David McClintock
  • David Wilbur
  • Donald Karcher
  • Drazen Jukic
  • Elizabeth Krupinski
  • Elena Brachtel
  • Enrique Terrazas
  • Eric Glassy
  • Gabriel Caponetti
  • Gaurav Sharma
  • George Birdsong
  • Giovanna Crisi
  • Gokhan Bilgin
  • Gustavo Rohde
  • Hal Weiner
  • Heike Varnholt
  • Heiko Spallek
  • Imam Yetik
  • Ioan Cucoranu
  • J. Mark Tuthill
  • James Brassel
  • James Harrison
  • James Linder
  • James Nichols
  • Janusz Szymas
  • Jason Hipp
  • Jeffrey Fine
  • Jeroen van der Laak
  • Jim Madory
  • Joel Saltz
  • John Gilbertson
  • John Madden
  • John Ozolek
  • John Pfeifer
  • John Sinard
  • John Tomaszewski
  • Jonas Almeida
  • Jonathan Freeman
  • Jonhan Ho
  • Kamran Badizadegan
  • Karen Quillen
  • Kei-Hoi Cheung
  • Keith Kaplan
  • Klaus Kayser
  • Laura Boucheron
  • Leona Ayers
  • Lewis Hassell
  • Liron Pantanowitz
  • Lydia, Contis
  • Marcial Garcia Rojo
  • Marilyn Bui
  • Mark Routbort
  • Mehrvash Haghighi
  • Metin Gurcan
  • Michael Becich
  • Michael Blechner
  • Michael Feldman
  • Michael Riben
  • Murat Dundar
  • Muthu Krishnan
  • Niazi M Khalid Khan
  • Olivier Lezoray
  • PK Ragu
  • Paul van Diest
  • Peter Yu
  • Philip Boyer
  • Raj Dash
  • Raja Seethala
  • Rajkumar Vajpeyi
  • Raymond Aller
  • Raymond Felgar
  • Rebecca Crowley
  • Richard Levenson
  • Richard Long
  • Robert Leif
  • Rodney Schmidt
  • Ronald Weinstein
  • Sajeesh Kumar
  • Sara Monaco
  • Sarah Dry
  • Seung Park
  • Shriram Jakate
  • Shuai Yuan
  • Shyam Visweswaran
  • Somak Roy
  • Stephen Hewitt
  • Stephen McKenna
  • Stephen Turney
  • Syed Muhammad
  • Sylvia Asa
  • Thomas Bauer
  • Toby Cornish
  • Ulysses Balis
  • Uma Chandran
  • Victor Brodsky
  • Vinod Shidham
  • Won-Ki Jeong
  • Walid Khalbuss
  • Walter Henricks
  • William Castellani
  • Xin Qi
  • Yu Chen
  • Yukako Yagi
  • Zachary Franco
  • Zhuang Zuo.


 
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1.Pantanowitz L, Parwani AV. Introducing the Journal of Pathology Informatics. J Pathol Inform 2010;1:1.  Back to cited text no. 1
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