Announcing the inaugural recipients of the ASCI’s mid-career awards:
- Marian W. Ropes, MD, Award: Wendy S. Garrett, MD, PhD
- Louis W. Sullivan, MD, Award: Duane A. Mitchell, MD, PhD
New Active and International members elected for 2023
We are proud to announce the winners of our 2023 Young Physician-Scientist Awards and our 2023 Emerging-Generation Awards
Next in the 2022-2023
ASCI Scientific Sessions:
May 17, 2023, 9-10 am Eastern:
This event will be moderated by Benjamin D. Humphreys, MD, PhD, 2023-2024 ASCI President, Chief of the Division of Nephrology and the Joseph Friedman Professor at Washington University in St. Louis, and member of the Board of Scientific Counselors for the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
ASCI Perspectives: Latest video
From the JCI Editor: New Impact Factor and launch of Research Letters
On behalf of the Journal of Clinical Investigation’s Editorial Board, I am humbled by the opportunity to serve the ASCI and to have the privilege of determining the cutting-edge biomedical research published by the Journal. I am delighted to share with you that the JCI’s latest Journal Impact Factor (IF) is 19.456, representing a 24% increase from the previous year. Our sister journal, JCI Insight, has also increased its IF, which now stands at 9.484. This strong performance highlights the strength of our authors’ articles and reflects the importance of our mission to understand the basis of human disease. We are grateful to our authors for entrusting us with their work, to our reviewers and consulting editors for their dedication to maintaining the highest standards, and to the prior editorial team at Johns Hopkins for their expert leadership during the unprecedented challenges of the pandemic. These successes affirm the ASCI’s voice and the critical role of societies in the publishing landscape.
Advocating for the physician-scientist community
The ASCI is a member of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology and Research!America. These organizations work to promote increased federal funding and sound science policy through direct Congressional advocacy and member participation.