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Drugs in R and D

, Volume 11, Issue 4, pp 289–290

First Online: 27 November 2012 Download fulltext PDFarticle-actions-inline- id=-article-actions-inline- data-component=-article-actions-inline->Dear Reader

As we reach the final issue of Drugs in RandD for 2011, we hope that you have found the articles published throughout the year to be both interesting and informative. The editors and publishing staff have appreciated the high quality of content contributed to the journal this year and look forward to keeping you up to date with topical issues in the field of research and development in 2012.

The high quality of Adis Journals was further recognized in the new ISI impact factors IFs for 2010, with the majority of our titles making strong IF gains over 2009. Drugs in RandD 1.707, re-launched in 2010 as Adis’ first fully open-access MEDLINE-indexed journal, increased by 26%. The most impressive gains were made by Sports Medicine 5.072, with a 63% increase making it the highest ranked title in its field, and PharmacoEconomics 3.44, increasing by 34% to become the leading health outcomes research journal. Other stand-out performers include CNS Drugs 4.497 and BioDrugs 4.192, with increases of 16% and 20%, respectively.

Another significant milestone was reached by The Patient: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research, with the journal achieving MEDLINE indexing this year. The Patient was launched by Adis in 2008 as the first journal dedicated to the needs, values and role of patients in healthcare decision making.

Last, but not least, we would like to say a big thank you to all the authors who have contributed articles to Drugs in RandD in the last 12 months. Without their hard work and diligence we would not have been able to publish the journal. The quality of published articles also reflects the significant time and effort dedicated by the peer reviewers who ensure that we continue to publish content of the highest possible standard. In addition to the members of our Honorary Editorial Board, we would like to thank the following individuals who acted as referees for articles in Drugs in RandD in 2011:

J. Agarwal, India

T. Bacun, Croatia

Marc Bardou, France

Mehmet Borazan, Turkey

Andrea Calcagno, Italy

N.A. Calcutt, USA

Luigi Celio, Italy

Stephen J. Clarke, Australia

H. Deshpande, USA

N. DiRenzo, Italy

N.J. Gibson, USA

Stefan Glück, USA

M. Goldman, USA

K. Hayashi, Japan

O. Heikinheimo, Finland

R.C. Hermida, Spain

N. Hunfeld, the Netherlands

Y. Kawano, Japan

Philippe R. Koninckx, Belgium

Charles J.L. la Porte, Canada

Shiu Kum Lam, China

M. Laryea, Germany

Andrew Latchman, Canada

Judith Lees, Australia

Y. Liang, China

Annika Malmstrom, Sweden

Mark J. McKeage, New Zealand

Stephan Meckel, Australia

G. Mijnhout, the Netherlands

F. Ng, Hong Kong

S. Oto, Turkey

Jose-Alberto Palma, Spain

Irene Pecorella, Italy

Ismene I.L. Petrakis, USA

Henry A. Punzi, USA

Bernhard Resch, Austria

Ana Ricobaraza, Spain

Brian I. Rini, USA

Christos Rizos, Greece

Stefano Rusconi, Italy

A. Sadato, Japan

Koravangattu Sankaran, Canada

M. Schul, USA

Robert Steigerwalt, Italy

Yi-Wen Tsai, Taiwan, Province of China

Yang Wang, China

D.G. Warr, Canada

George E. Woody, USA

P.K. Yeung, Canada

We look forward to your continued support in 2012 and to bringing you first-class content from around the globe. With best wishes from the staff of Drugs in RandD and all at Adis, a Wolters Kluwer business.

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