Greetings from the GS Editorial Office! We wish you a happy and fruitful 2021!
In order to meet the increasing demand for gland-focused articles, Gland Surgery (GS) will begin publishing 12 issues per year in January 2021.
According to the latest Journal Citation Reports (JCR), GS has attained its latest impact factor update for the 2019 citation year: 2.190.
We are pleased to announce to our readers that Gland Surgery (GS) has attained its latest impact factor update for the 2019 citation year: 2.190.
AME Publishing Company entered an official partnership with Publons, a product of Clarivate Analytic Company (which owns Web of Science, EndNote, ScholarOne, among many others), as of April 2020.
With a commitment to openness and accountability, and to increase the level of transparency throughout our peer review process, our editorial office has decided to implement a transparent peer review process as an option for all manuscripts submitted to GS from March 19, 2020.
2019 Annual Report of GS
Application of the CARE Guideline as reporting standard in Gland Surgery
The first Impact Factor for Gland Surgery: 1.922
2018 Annual Report of GS
Gland Surgery is indexed by SCIE: The Best Ending of 2018
Report of Gland Surgery (2017)
GS Annual Report (2016)
AME Publishing Company successfully closed Series A funding of 4 million USD
GS Annual Report (2015)
Join GS in the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Clinical Congress 2015 in Chicago
Gland Surgery, being peer-reviewed and open-accessed since its launch in 2012, is now formally indexed by PubMed Central (PMC), a free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM). All articles of Gland Surgery will be searchable in PMC within one month.
The editorial team of Gland Surgery is attending the following conferences in 2014. Your joining us will be warmly welcomed.
Breast conservation therapy has largely replaced mastectomy as the surgical treatment of choice for early stage breast cancer. Minimally invasive techniques have also developed a lot in the recent two decades.
Given the very high incidence of cervical lymph node metastases in differentiated thyroid cancer (DTC), neck dissection plays more and more important roles in DTC treatment strategies.
The editorial team of Gland Surgery will attend the ASTRO 2013 Annual Meeting at Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, September 22nd to 25th.
The Editorial team of Gland Surgery will exhibit at ASCO’s 49th Annual Meeting at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois, from May 31 to June 4, 2013.
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