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Physica Medica: European Journal of Medical Physics
Physica Medica, European Journal of Medical Physics, publishing with Elsevier from 2007, provides an international forum for research and reviews on the following main topics:
Measuring Systems and Signal Processing
Education and training in Medical Physics
Professional issues in Medical Physics.
Contributions on other topics related to Applications of Physics to Biology and Medicine and in particular related to new emerging fields such as Molecular Imaging, Hadrontherapy, System biology, Nanoparticles and Nanotechnologies, etc. are strongly encouraged.
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EFOMP, AIFM and the whole Editorial team of Physica Medica – European Journal of Medical Physics (EJMP), are happy to announce that Iuliana Toma-Dasu will be the new Editor-in-Chief, starting January 2021 when Paolo Russo will step-down from his role after 8 years.
Professor Iuliana Toma-Dasu is
Head of Medical Radiation Physics, Department of Physics, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden
Medical Radiation Physics Group Research Leader, Department of Oncology and Pathology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
MSc in Physics, „Alexandru Ioan Cuza“ University, Iasi, Romania
MSc in Medical Radiation Physics, Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden
PhD in Medical Radiation Physics, Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden
Board Certified Hospital Physicist in Sweden
Focus Issue "FRPT 2021 Invited Papers"
Physica Medica - European Journal of Medical Physics,, will publish in September 2022 a Focus Issue containing invited papers selected from the presentations at the FLASH Radiotherapy and particle therapy conference - FRPT 2021 (FRPT 2021 - International FLASH Radiotherapy & Particle Therapy Conference (frpt-conference.org). The Focus Issue will be coordinated by a group of Guest Editors selected among the conference organisers and nominated by the Editor-in-Chief, led by Dr. Andreas Schüller (PTB, Germany). The submissions will be peer-reviewed according to the evaluation rules of EJMP. Deadline for submission of invited contributions: 31 March 2022.
Focus Issue “ECMP 2020"
Physica Medica - European Journal of Medical Physics, will publish in 2022 a Focus Issue containing selected papers from contributions to ECMP 2020 (European Congress of Medical Physics, 16-19 June 2021). Soon after the Conference, contributing authors, selected by a group of Guest Editors nominated by the Editor-in-Chief, will be invited to send electronically their manuscript, via the EJMP website, for the peer-review process according to the strict evaluation rules of EJMP. There will be no page charges for this Focus Issue which will contain fully reviewed regular papers (not Proceedings papers). Authors might wish to select the Open Access option and corresponding publication fee. Deadline for submission of invited contributions: 31 January 2022.
Towards quantitative MRI for the clinic
Physica Medica - European Journal of Medical Physics, will publish in August 2022 a Focus Issue entitled “Towards quantitative MRI for the clinic” focused on methods for standardisation, accuracy, reproducibility and harmonisation in MRI.
Pathological conditions often cause alterations in tissues, whose intrinsic physical parameters can be measured by different Magnetic Resonance (MR) techniques. The presence of such alterations on images has been extensively used as indications of disease; however, to classify alterations as biomarkers of disease, it is necessary to introduce quantitative measurements in the clinical setting placing great emphasis on clinical validation and planning techniques using MRI . More