What Experts Say About Us

involved in. Yan-Jiang Wang
The editorial board is a well organic entity which provides the appropriate and effective comments, suggestions and materials to the authors as well as the reviewers in a kind, rapid and respective way in every project which I have gotten involved in.
Yan-Jiang Wang, MD, PhD
Department of Neurology,
Center for Clinical Neuroscience Daping Hospital,
Third Military Medical University,
Chongqing, China
Gaoping Zhao
ATM has great educational value. Systematic reviews are provided by this issue, involving current important, and the hottest topics ,which may inspire both clinicians and laboratory investigators.
Gaoping Zhao, PhD
Department of Gastrointestinal Surgery,
Sichuan Provincial Peoples Hospital,
Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China
Luigi Sabatini
As an orthopaedic and trauma surgeon, I have found this journal of particular interest in many subjects involving my fields of expertise, from basic science to surgical techniques. As Guest Editor of the journal, I appreciated the way in inviting authors, in soliciting in a kind and rapid way.
Luigi Sabatini
Unit of Orthopaedics and Traumathology,
Hospital San Luigi Gonzaga Orbassano, University of Turin,
Torino, Italy
Jin-Tai Yu, MD, PhD
As an associate Editor-in-Chief of ATM, I am proud to say that the journal is very unique in its incorporation of several different formats and reader participation. Having had first-hand experience with the editorial team and office I can honestly say that all contact and interactions have been close, fluid and efficient. Thanks to its hard working editors and staff, the journal has a very high production rate, publishing many high quality articles every month.
Jin-Tai Yu, MD, PhD
Memory and Aging Center,
Department of Neurology,
University of California, San Francisco, USA
Sunil Krishnan
The panel of contributing authors has been consistently excellent and the quality of the systematic reviews is always outstanding. The journal sits at the interface of disciplines as diverse as gastroenterology, medical oncology, radiation oncology, surgical oncology, tumor pathology and tumor biology; bringing people from different specialties together under one umbrella. This is all the more necessary when disciplines do not overlap in terms of researcher cross-training or vocabularies and terminologies.
Sunil Krishnan, MD
MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, USA
Johnny Yap
Modern oncology care demands multi-disciplinary specialty approach. This approach is the gold standard for gastrointestinal oncology care in both academic and clinical settings. This journal embraces such a high standard and ideal by inviting field leaders as authors and guest editors to share their expertise and knowledge. In addition to its excellence in clinical coverage, the journal also emphasizes the importance of translational research and its practical application in optimizing patient management for both academicians and clinicians. The journal is a high-quality publication with a high citation record. It is invaluable to have a publication for readers to use as a resource for update-to-date information and ideas.
Johnny Yap, MD
Editorial board member, Journal of Gastrointestinal Oncology;
Radiation Oncology Division,
CCS Oncology – A Surgical, Medical, and Radiation Oncology Group, USA