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Brain and Spine Journal announces Special Topic Issue on Thoracolumbar Spine Trauma

09 Jun 2023

In a bid to further advance research and knowledge in the critical field of spinal trauma management, the Brain and Spine Journal has announced an upcoming Special Topic Issue (STI) on "Thoracolumbar Spine Trauma." Led by distinguished guest editors Frank Kandziora, Cumhur Oner, Klaus Schnake, and Alexander R. Vaccaro, this special issue is poised to consolidate cutting-edge research and innovations in spinal trauma care.

Submission Deadline: 31 December 2023

Researchers and medical professionals are invited to seize this unique opportunity to contribute to the Special Topic Issue, which promises several compelling reasons to participate:

  1. Global Visibility: Articles featured in Special Issues receive extensive exposure on ScienceDirect, providing researchers with a global platform to showcase their work.

  2. High Impact: Special content articles often garner significantly more downloads and citations compared to regular issues, enhancing the impact of the research.

  3. Networking: Contributors will have the chance to engage with experts from diverse fields, fostering collaboration and facilitating the exchange of knowledge and ideas.

  4. No APC Fees: To encourage widespread participation, all processing charges are waived for this Special Topic Issue, making it an accessible opportunity for researchers.

  5. Rigorous Review: Each submission will undergo thorough peer review to ensure the highest standards of quality and originality are met, maintaining the journal's reputation for excellence.

Frank Kandziora and Wilco Peul, Editors-in-Chief of the Brain and Spine Journal, expressed their gratitude to the research community for their contributions in shaping the future of spinal trauma management. They emphasized the critical role of this Special Topic Issue in advancing the field and improving patient care.

"Seize the opportunity and submit now!" urged Kandziora and Peul, underlining the importance of this collaborative effort in addressing the challenges and opportunities in thoracolumbar spine trauma research.

For researchers and healthcare professionals eager to make a significant impact on spinal trauma management, the submission deadline of 31 December 2023, marks a crucial date.

For more information on submission guidelines and the submission process, please visit the Brain and Spine Journal's website. Don't miss this chance to be part of a transformative journey in spinal trauma research.

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