Frequency: 4 issues/year; ISSN: 2045-8932; E-ISSN: 2045-8940
Editors-in-Chief: Jason X.-J. Yuan, MD, PhD and Anna Hemnes, MD
Pulmonary Circulation, an official journal of the Pulmonary Vascular Research Institute, is an international, peer-reviewed medical research journal focused on publishing original research, review articles, case reports, and guidelines and consensus articles exclusively in the fields of the pulmonary circulation and pulmonary vascular disease.
Mission and scope
There is a great need in the medical research community around the world for up-to-date, cutting edge information on the latest research in the largely understudied field of pulmonary vascular disease. Pulmonary Circulation’s mission is to publish basic, translational and clinical research in the hope of increasing survival rates and developing new therapeutic approaches for pulmonary hypertension and other pulmonary vascular diseases worldwide. The journal brings a diverse range of research, techniques, and case studies to a wide readership of specialists to improve patient care and treatment outcomes.
Pulmonary Circulation provides a unique venue to publish novel findings and advanced discoveries on lung vascular biology, pulmonary vascular disease, lung injury and right heart failure, with the ultimate goal of increasing survival rates for pulmonary hypertension and other cardiopulmonary and vascular diseases worldwide, and developing new therapeutic approaches for the diseases. The journal is a forum for scientific discussion and debate between clinicians and researchers from all over the world.
Open access and rapid publication
Pulmonary diseases occur worldwide and it is especially important to us to reach our colleagues in less developed countries. Articles published in Pulmonary Circulation are fully Open Access and free to read with no paywall. Manuscripts are published within two days of being accepted and published articles are available on PubMed. Already, clinicians around the world have grown to rely on Pulmonary Circulation as their source for critical research which helps them stay abreast of new discoveries in the field of pulmonary circulation and pulmonary vascular disease.