Lasers in Medical Science, Photodiagnosis & Photodynamic Therapy
Editor-in-chief: Keyvan Nouri
ISSN: 0268-8921 (print version)
ISSN: 1435-604X (electronic version)
Journal no. 10103
Lasers in Medical Science (LIMS) is the official journal of the European Laser Association. This has established itself as one of the leading international journals in the rapidly expanding field of the medical applications of lasers and light. LIMS publishes peer-reviewed papers covering the use of lasers and other non-laser light applications including, but not limited tothe following medical specialties:
Hyperthermia of Tumors
In addition to technical papers on:
The development of new laser and non-laser light devices
Light delivery systems
Sensors to monitor laser effects
Basic lasers-tissue interactions
Modelling of laser-tissue interactions
Keep up to date on the latest clinical, experimental and technological aspects of medical lasers.
Biomedical Engineering Citation Index, BIOSIS, Current Contents/Clinical Medicine, Current Contents/Life Sciences, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, Medical Documentation Service, Pascal (INIST/CNRS) Research Alert, Science Citation Index and SCISEARCH
Impact factor: 2.4 (2013)
Reduced rate subscriptions are offered to all BMLA and ELA affiliated societies. Subscribe through the BMLA secretariat.
Photodiagnosis and Photodynamic Therapy
Elsevier are very pleased to continue the affiliation of PDPDT (Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Keyvan Moghissi, Yorkshire Laser Centre) with the BMLA. This is an international journal for the dissemination of scientific knowledge and clinical developments of photodiagnosis and photodynamic therapy in all medical specialities. PDPDT is already internationally recognized as a high-quality publication of interest to all specialists working in this field. The journal has been accepted by Thomson Reuters (Journal Citation Index/Impact Factor) and Medline (PubMed).
As well as being the Official Journal of the European Platform for Photodynamic Medicine, PDPDT has recently also affiliated with the International Photodynamic Association.