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The European Association of Neuro-Oncology (EANO) and Society for NeuroOncology (SNO) the are pleased to announce that their journal, Neuro-Oncology Practice, is now fully indexed in PubMed Central® (PMC). All content published in Neuro-Oncology Practice, starting with the first issue, has been deposited in PMC and is now discoverable through PubMed®. PMC is a free archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM).
Indexing in PMC and discoverability via PubMed provides increased access to articles for the scientific and clinical communities, and marks its continued success, high-quality articles, and the diversity and excellence of the editorial board and authors. The Journal can be accessed here: https://academic.oup.com/nop (includes Advance Access articles), and can also be accessed on the PMC site here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/journals/2697/
“It has been great to partner with SNO, EANO and OUP to grow the journal and provide the neuro-oncology community with valuable resources pertinent to patient care,” said Dr Susan Chang, Editor in Chief of Neuro-Oncology Practice and Professor of Neurological Surgery at the University of San Francisco, CA, United States, “I know authors and readers will be happy that articles from Neuro-Oncology Practice will be discoverable via PubMed.”
Published in partnership with Oxford University Press, Neuro-Oncology Practice focuses on the clinical aspects of the subspecialty for practicing clinicians and healthcare specialists from a variety of disciplines including physicians, nurses, physical/occupational therapists, neuropsychologists, and palliative care specialists, who have focused their careers on clinical patient care and who want to apply the latest treatment advances to their practice.
For more information and to submit a manuscript for consideration, visit https://academic.oup.com/nop and follow the journal via Twitter at https://twitter.com/neuroonc and at https://twitter.com/eanoassociation
Neuro-Oncology Advances is an open access journal published by OUP, in partnership with the Society for Neuro-Oncology (SNO) and the European Association of Neuro-Oncology (EANO). Neuro-Oncology Advances is intended to expand the scope and spectrum of what Neuro-Oncology journal covers. NOA is an inter-disciplinary journal encompassing basic, applied, and clinical investigations in all research areas as they relate to cancer and the central nervous system. It provides a single forum for communication among neurologists, neurosurgeons, radiotherapists, medical oncologists, neuropathologists, neuroradiologists, and researchers together with educators. For more information, visit: https://academic.oup.com/noa.
September 19 - 22 in Lyon, France
Find all abstracts of the EANO 2018 in the oral sessions of the online programme!
To download the entire scientific programme click here!
What are the best assets we have in neuro-oncology? In my view these are the multidisciplinary collaboration, scientific strengths, and focus on development of young neuro-oncologists. The present issue of the WFNOS Magazine provides great examples of these highlighted features of neuro-oncology. The review dives deep into immunotherapy for brain tumors.We lean on the structure and vision of well-established national societies in Australia and China, but also get the chance to understand the challenges of building a new society for neuro-oncology in a nonprivileged area of the world.In this issue of the magazine we will have opinion papers on the value of brain tumor epigenetics, as well as on the role of radiation therapy in combined modality therapies with a focus not only on the classical approaches but also radiosensitization and immunotherapies.
We wish all of you great personal and academic successes in the upcoming month and novel insights into neuro-oncology provided at one of the upcoming national or international meetings.
With best regards and joyful reading,
Wolfgang Wick, EANO President
Nino Chiocca, SNO President
Table of Content
- Challenges and Next Steps for CAR T-Cell Therapy for Glioblastoma
- Alliance A071401: Molecularly driven trial in meningiomas
- COGNO News and Activities
- The Developing Chinese Society of Neuro-Oncology
- Observations from the Sub-Saharan Africa Neuro-Oncology Meeting
- The Sub-Saharan Africa Neuro-Oncology Collaborative (S-SANOC) Planning Meeting
- First EANO Winter School in Athens: Complications of Primary and Secondary Brain Tumors
- 2017 Society for Neuro-Oncology Annual Meeting Update
- FOCUS ON: Long-Term Neurovascular Complications in Cancer Patients
- Clinical case discussion Multimodal Response Assessment in a Patient with Anaplastic Glioma: Tumor Or No Tumor?
for reading the entire Volume 3 (2018) Issue 1, please click here
The president of the Chinese Society of Neurooncology, Prof. Chen, invited a delegation from EANO to the East meets West dialogue on Neurooncology. We have been actively involved in the program and attended a Board Meeting in order to discuss future interaction.
One of the goals of the European Association of Neuro-Oncology is to broaden the network of Neuro-Oncology and to support Neuro-Oncologists in their (inter-) national research projects.
We are proud to be able to offer 2018 several grant and award opportunities:
- Young Investigator Travel Scholarships for the EANO 2018 Meeting
- EANO Poster Awards for the best posters presented
- Vienna Medical Academy Award for the best oral presentation for clinical
- EANO Presentation Awards for best oral presentations
- EANO Lifetime Achievement Award
- Young Investigator Travel Scholarships to attend the SNO Meeting
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