Call for papers: Radioisotopes and radiochemistry in health science

Scientific Reports is welcoming original primary research articles for a special Guest Edited Collection in radiochemistry.

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Radioisotopes and radiochemical methods find broad application in environmental research and nuclear medicine.

Scientific Reports, a journal from the Nature Research family, is proud to welcome original primary research articles for our upcoming “Radioisotopes and radiochemistry in health science” Collection.

This Collection shall provide an overview on current advances and novel concepts in radioisotope science and applications relating to human health. As such this Collection will gather original radionuclide research for medical diagnostics and therapy, including isotope production and purification, radiolabelling and bioconjugation techniques. Submissions focused on isotope applications in environmental research are also welcome.

Submissions for this Collection will be open through the end of August 2019. More information about this Collection and how to submit a manuscript can be found here.

The Collection is Guest Edited by Dr Michael Ernst-Heinrich Fassbender who is a leading scientist in the fields of radionuclide production and purification with more than 20 years of experience. He received his PhD degree (Dr. rer. nat.) in chemistry and radiochemistry from the University of Cologne, Germany. After a two-year postdoc fellowship at iThembaLABS, South Africa, he joined the Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA, to take on technical, scientific and scholarly responsibilities within the US Department of Energy’s National Isotope Program. He has been an Editorial Board Member for Scientific Reports since 2017.

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Robbie Roe

Editorial Projects Coordinator, Scientific Reports, Nature Research

I joined Scientific Reports in September 2016 as a Publishing Assistant, before becoming a Senior Publishing Assistant in early 2018. Since March 2019, I have been the Editorial Projects Coordinator. I graduated from the University of Leicester in 2016, with a BSc in Natural Sciences.

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