About the Journal
Aims and Scope
The Journal of Radiology and Imaging Diagnosis (JRID) presents up-to-date coverage on radiology and imaging practices worldwide, covering all aspects of theory, research, and translation of the diverse disciplines around Medical Imaging research and diagnosis. JRID is devoted to advancing diagnosis of medical conditions centered on advanced quantitative imaging technologies. The journal encourages original research, expert review of image generation and clinical assessment of X-Rays, MRI and PET scans at the forefront of advancing the translation of biomedical discovery into a novel or enhanced standard of care.
The Editorial Committee actively pursues to be a leading source of essential knowledge through promoting excellence in the novel, state-of-the-art methods, and technologies on lesion detection and activity quantitation.
This journal provides insights into medical imaging and diagnostics, which yields physical and biomedical advancements in the early detection at a rapid pace through the use of superior analytical, and instrumental techniques. The JRID is particularly interested in receiving manuscripts that illustrate original investigations in image acquisition, formation, image processing, image understanding and applications.
JRID aims at an audience of clinicians at all levels of training including radiology trainees, newly qualified imaging specialists and the experienced radiologist committed to get most updated and meaningful progress across the broad spectrum of science and innovation in information, engineering, clinical technologies and techniques in all medical imaging settings.
Core areas of interest for JRID include innovation on biomedical imaging devices, breakthroughs on digital image acquisition, transmission, storage, display, interpretation as well as visualization and modeling.
JRID goal is to facilitate publication and circulation of novel advancements in the fields of X-Ray, Visible, thermography, infrared imaging and a wide-ranging exchange between digital image acquisition, transmission, storage, display and interpretation and modern imaging techniques.
The journal pursues well-defined papers, which showcase merit, originality, applicability, technology readiness level, focus, and appeal to the readership. Diagnostic radiologists, medical physicists, oncologists, lead technicians, molecular biologists, imagenologists are among the contributors of articles to JRID.
JRID employs a rigorous peer-review and editing process to assess manuscripts for integrity, importance, novelty, and scientific accuracy.
Call for submissions
The Journal of Radiology and Imaging Diagnosis publishes articles of original, primary science that have clinical relevance, and physical and biomedical advancements in the early detection, diagnostics through medical imaging
The Editors efforts to publish original high-level scientific articles, communications reports that combine radiological technology, magnetic resonance imaging with translational and clinical applications. Similarly, JRID is interested in insights into new biomedical imaging technologies used in diagnosis and articles whose topic is relevant in the translation of innovative research into clinical applications. Moreover, proposals for prospective reviews and letters to the editor are welcome.
Fields covered and integrated by The Journal of Radiology and Imaging Diagnosis
- 3D (modeling, display)
- Algorithms for tomographic reconstruction (e.g. CT and MRI)
- Archiving and information lifecycle management
- Biomedical applications of biomedical imaging
- Biomedical imaging devices (image acquisition and formation)
- Brain Imaging and Behavior
- Breast Thermography
- Cardiovascular Imaging
- Clinical Imaging
- Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging
- Clinical Positron Imaging
- Computer Vision and Image Understanding
- Computer-aided diagnosis and quantitative image analysis
- Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics
- Content-based image retrieval
- Contrast Media & Molecular Imaging
- Digital image acquisition, display, transmission, interpretation, and storage
- Digital pathology
- Image perception and observer performance
- Image processing and deep learning
- Image-enabled electronic medical records
- Imaging & Microscopy
- Imaging physics
- Imaging vocabularies and ontologies
- Integrating mobile technologies
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
- Mathematical Imaging and Vision
- Medical Image Analysis
- Molecular Imaging and Biology
- Network integrity and data security
- Pattern recognition (Image understanding)
- Picture archiving and communications systems (PACS)
- Quality assurance
- Radiation dose management
- Real-Time Imaging
- RIS, HIS and other clinical information systems
- Temporal analysis (Image understanding)
- Transmission and visualization
- Ultrasonic imaging
- Visible, thermography, infrared Imaging (image acquisition and formation)
- Visualization and modeling
- Workflow and process modeling and simulation