Friday, August 5, 2016

APS-Select August 2016

AJP-Lung was very happy to have a very important article chosen this month for the prestigious APSselect. Click on the title to go directly to the paper

Congratulations go out to:

E-cigarette use results in suppression of immune and inflammatory-response genes in nasal epithelial cells similar to cigarette smoke

Elizabeth M. Martin, Phillip W. Clapp, Meghan E. Rebuli, Erica A. Pawlak, Ellen Glista-Baker, Neal L. Benowitz, Rebecca C. Fry, Ilona Jaspers

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Giessen Scholarship Award Winners

AJP-Lung would like to following receipients of our first  travel scholarship to attend Welcome to the 14th Annual Retreat of the International Graduate Programme in Molecular Biology and Medicine of the Lung

Dr. Yoko Ito, National Jewish Health, University of Colorado Denver
Dr. Andrea Frump, Indiana University School of Medicine

Please view the link here to view the program: Retreat Programme

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

AJP-Lung Behind the Scenes

AJP-Lung would like to recognize our excellent team that works behind the scenes to make this the best pulmonary journal published.  Ellyn Kestnbaum is our journal Supervisor who works tirelessly after your paper is accepted until it is published.  Mona Trang  worked for us for many years in the peer review department but has recently retired.  We were very lucky to have Daniel Pisconte come on as our peer review Coordinator.  He is always invaluable in helping out with manuscript submissions.  We are very fortunate to have these individuals on our AJP-Lung team and appreciate them very much.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

AJP-Lung loves meeting authors at the ATS meeting.

Our Editor in Chief,  Dr. Sadis Matalon, had the privilege of meeting some recently published authors at the annual ATS Meeting.
Three authors of the paper below are in the group picture - Dr. G. Florova,  S. Karandashova (a MD/PhD student and M. Chamiso (a first year student of UT Health Northeast recently accredited MS Biotechnology Program).

Dose dependency of outcomes of intrapleural fibrinolytic therapy in new rabbit empyema models Andrey A. Komissarov, Galina Florova, Ali O Azghani, Ann Buchanan, Jake Boren, Timothy Craig Allen, Najib M. Rahman, Kathleen Koenig, Mignote Chamiso, Sophia Karandashova, James Henry, Steven Idell

Dr. Matalon was also very pleased to meet two first year students of the Biotechnology Program  at University of Texas Health Science Center: R. Girard and A. Fergis. And of course, Dr. Tucker,

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

AJP-Lung welcomes new statistical consultant

Please join us in welcoming our newest member to the AJP-Lung team.  Charity Morgan, PhD will take on the role as statistical consultant for the journal.  Dr. Morgan is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Biostatistics at The University of Alabama at Birmingham.  Her expertise will be invaluable to AJP-Lung.

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Message from the Editor in Chief

From Sadis Matalon, Editor in Chief, American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology

Dear Associate Editors, Consulting Editors, Editorial Board Members, Guest Editors and Contributors,

I am delighted to tell you that our 2015 Impact Factor has increased to 4.721.  This makes the American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology the highest impact journal publishing basic and translational research articles, reviews and perspectives on all aspects of pulmonary biology In addition, our number of submissions has increased steadily during the last three years.  I am grateful to our Associate Editors for their time and effort in selecting reviewers and carefully summarizing their comments in a succinct plan which informs authors of what they need to do for their manuscript to be considered for publication.  My most sincere thanks to our Managing Editor, Ms. Amy McEver, who makes sure that reviews are submitted on time and keeps the journal functioning very efficiently.  Many thanks to the Editorial Board members and guest reviewers for their service to our journal and the pulmonary community.  These days, everybody has too many grants to write and finding additional time to review manuscripts is not an easy task.  Nevertheless the reviews are of the highest quality and usually on time (Amy makes sure of this).  Finally, my thanks to all contributors who trusted us with their manuscripts.  It is my hope that the review process always improves the quality of the science and increases its impact.

My promise is that we will spare no effort to keep on increasing the quality and impact of the American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology.  We welcome your submissions as well as your thoughts of how to reach new heights.

With best regards

Sadis Matalon

 Sadis Matalon, Ph.D., Dr.Sc. (Hon.) | Distinguished Professor,
Alice McNeal Endowed Chair | Vice Chair and Director,
Division of Molecular and Translational Biomedicine
Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine
Director, Pulmonary Injury and Repair Center
UAB | The University of Alabama at Birmingham
BMRII 224 | 901 19th St. S. | Birmingham, AL 35294
P: 205.934.4231 |

Editor-in-Chief | American Journal of Physiology –
Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology    Impact Factor: 4.721

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

2015 Impact Factor Announced

 We are pleased to announce that our 2015 Impact Factor has risen to


Thank you to all of our editors, editorial board and reviewers that helpe us accomplish this achivement.

For a list of all all American Physiological Society's Impact Factors, please click HERE