27 June 2018

Pulmonary Circulation receives its second Impact Factor of 2.283

We are delighted to announce that our flagship journal Pulmonary Circulation received its second Impact Factor of 2.283 on 26 June 2018.

This is an improvement of nearly 5% from last year's Impact Factor of 2.178, indicating that our journal is increasingly seen as an outlet for high quality research by our authors.

Pulmonary Circulation is now ranked 37/59 journals (up from 40th) in Respiratory Systems, and 65/128 (up from 69th) in Cardiology.

Congratulations to the Editorial team!

We would also like to thank our publisher Sage for their strong support in the journal.

Having achieved our first Impact Factor of over 2.0 in 2017 after just six years, we are delighted that it has increased further in this latest release. This is a testament to the support and belief of our community of Authors, Readers, Reviewers, and Editorial Board. A big thank you for your continued support.
Nick Morrell Chief Editor, University of Cambridge
Our second Impact Factor of 2.283 is a positive trajectory and we hope we can maintain the trend. We will aim to increase our citations from distinguished journals in the field and and publish more high-quality research articles on lung vascular pathobiology, right heart failure, lung injury, sepsis and ARDS, and paediatric pulmonary hypertension.
Jason Yuan Chief Editor, University of Arizona


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