• This year’s monthly themes are designed in the style of antique German calendar vignettes – taking us back to pastoral times, when each month had its own special significance for agricultural cycles and seasonal festivals.

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ESR Albert L. Baert Editorial Fellowship 2018

The European Radiology Private Foundation announces the application period of the ESR Albert L. Baert Editorial Fellowship in 2018. This editorial fellowship programme aims to provide training in editorial skills, such as manuscript evaluation, manuscript editing, organisation of peer review, manuscript production and publishing, including electronic publication.

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Prof. Yves Menu appointed new Editor-in-Chief

The European Society of Radiology (ESR) announces Prof. Yves Menu of Hôpital Saint Antoine, Paris, as the new Editor-in-Chief of its scientific journal European Radiology. Menu will take over from Prof. Maximilian F. Reiser, from Munich, who steps down from the...

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A must read before you submit (and even write) a scientific manuscript

It is so common that excellent research is rejected because the authors did not prepare correctly the manuscript! Very few come with a correct discussion, which is the most commonly read part of the paper, altogether with the abstract and the illustrations.
Scientific papers are published in order to be understood. Never forget that.

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Radiomics, radiogenomics : imaging phenotypes and gene expression in HCC

This study, though preliminary, shows that there is some correlation between a combination of imaging features (imaging phenotype) and genotype for the definition of aggressive disease. We need to be prepared for these analyses comprising multiple imaging traits because they may be helpful in the evlautaion of the prognosis, and therefore in making personalized decisions.

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