30 December 2021
We are Pleased to Announce the Launch of Our New Website!
We have introduced a new website as of 30 December 2021. The old website is shutdown from now on, no information updated. Please visit the new website for up-to-date information: https://www.imrpress.com/journal/EJGO Welcome to our Journal’s newly improved website, upgraded with many enhancements and new features. We are very excited to share a few of our favorites with you! International Layout Design! The journal's webpages refer to the international product features in many aspects during the design process, giving you a more comfortable visual experience. “For Authors”—It should be easy for our Authors! A dedicated For Authors menu takes authors through the journey of author guidelines, submission process and instructions, with a direct link to the submission page. Article Features Galore! The new site has many new features to enhance the readers’ experience as well as highlighting the important work of our authors. Opportunities for further dissemination now exist using social media tools and real-time analytics such as: "Downloads" PDF on a list of articles page provides real-time analytics of the number of downloads for each article. Integrate PlumX to show the PlumX indicators of the article more clearly. Full text quick navigation. Article level abstract page. Recommend Articles byAuthor - provides a list of articles by clicking on the author's name. Details on how to cite an article in various formats. New article view XML format for articles published 2019 and later provide: - Simpler and cleaner way to view an article. - Main body text of an article is separated from the references and tables/figures. We hope you enjoy the new site and find it as valuable as we have in providing a world class scholarly publication. Do you have any questions or feedback? We would love to hear from you! The IMR Press Technical Team email@example.com
24 December 2021
Continuous Article Publishing (CAP)
Beginning with Volume 43 (2022), European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology (EJGO) will adopt a "Consecutive Article Publication (CAP)" publication model. CAP means that each article, after peer-review and acceptance, will be published immediately in an issue. The internal pagination of each article begins on page 1, rather than a continuous pagination of articles throughout a volume. In addition, each article has a unique Article Citation ID number, which replaces the page numbers in the citation. This change allows the article to be published online immediately in its final form and the whole publication time becomes shorter.
22 November 2021
New Online Submission System
Dear authors and reviewers, We are glad to inform you that for the greater convenience of our authors and reviewers, we have upgraded our online submission system (https://jour.ipublishment.com/imr/access/login). The new submission system is now in operation and the old one will be invalid from 6 May 2021. As these two systems could not be intercommunicated, you may submit your articles or referee reports via the new one. If there's any question or requirement during the manuscript processing, please feel free to contact the EJGO Editorial Office (EJGO@imrpress.com). We apologize for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your continuous support. EJGO Editorial Office European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology 26 April 2021
22 November 2021
The new collaboration between “3rd International Conference on Gynecology and Obstetrics” & European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology
"3rd International Conference on Gynecology and Obstetrics" Time: August 11-12, 2021 Paris, France Theme: Current progress and future risks for Gynecology and Obstetrics Website: https://obstetrics-gynecology.healthconferences.org/
22 November 2021
Acknowledgement to Reviewers of European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology in 2020
The editors of European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology want to extend gratitude and recognition to the many scientists who contributed as reviewers in 2020. Your efforts greatly improved not only individual manuscripts but the quality of the journal. Apology is offered to any other reviewer whose name has been inadvertently omitted. Ahmed M. Abbas Iman Halvaei Tufan Oge Linda Fabris Diego Abbenante Hyung Soo Han Tsuyoshi Ohta Francesco Fanfani Ahmed Abdel Jitti Hanprasertpong Akihito Okazaki Sanja A. Farkas Feras Abu Saadeh David Hardisson Toshiyuki Okumura Angela Feraco Michael Abiodun Adeyanju Nuri Baris Hasbal Carlos-Manuel Ortiz-Mendoza Federico Ferrari Ida Bagus Putra Adnyana Yasunori Hashiguchi Vlad Padureanu Helder Ferreira Ottavia Agrifoglio Masaharu Hata Ana Sofia Pais Joana Ferreira Alshymaa A. Ahmed Yuichiro Hatano Jose Palacios Hortensia Ferrero Badr Eldeen Ibrahim Ahmed Angelika Hausser Stefano Palomba James Ferriss Shimaa Abdalla Ahmed David Hawkes Marco Palumbo Gerald Feuer Arvind Ahuja Thais Heinke Manoj Pandey Markus C. Fleisch Gulzhanat Aimagambetova Limor Helpman Anna Maria Paoletti Tina Fonnes Serra Akar Fernando Heredia Alexandros Papachristofilou Christelle Forcet Kemal S. Akbarov Emily Hinchcliff Rene Pareja Fabien Forest Babatunde O. Akinwunmi Robert L. Hollis William H. Parker Natalia Forno-Bell Angela T. Alleyne Neil Horowitz Rashmi Patnayak Elena Fountzilas Aurora Almadori Ismet Hortu Regis Paulinelli Kamil Musa Fram Mohamed I. M. Amer Mohamed M. Hosni Basilio Pecorino Crystal Freeman Antonios Anagnostopoulos Shih-Min Hsia Nicolas Penel Michael Friedrich Smriti Anand Mary M. Hunter Carlos Perez-Guzman Claudio Fuentes Sánchez Anneke Andriessen Christos Iavazzo Vasilios Pergialiotis Katja N. 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22 November 2021
2021 EJGO Young Investigator Award Named for Professor Antonino Onnis
Dear Colleagues, Professor Antonino Onnis, was the founder of EJGO. To honor the memory of Professor Onnis, for his leadership, unwavering dedication, and significant impact on women health, and to improve academic exchange and provide our best support to the academic community, the EJGO established these award series and grants. Professor Antonio Onnis was full professor at the University of Padua and Director of Gynecology and Obstetrics at the second chair in Verona from 1969 to 1974 and at the first chair in Padua from 1974-1998 when he retired. During his long academic career, the main field of his research was oriented to gynecological oncology in all aspects of the discipline: early detection, diagnosis and treatment. Examples of important topics that hes studied include the lymphatic drainage of gynecologic cancer, the development of innovative surgical techniques particularly concerning the modulation of radicality in vulvar cancer and in tailoring radicality in cervical cancer. Furthermore, his clinical experiences in advanced ovarian cancer with the integration of debulking surgery and chemotherapy, and his early adoption of neoadjuvant chemotherapy constituted the prelude of further important development and international clinical trials. Professor Onnis was the Founding President of the Italian Society of Gynecologic Oncology (1978) and Founding President of the European Society of Gynecologic Oncology which was founded in Venice in 1983. His editorial activity is internationally recognized as founding editor and editor-in-chief of “European Journal of Gynecological Oncology”edited in Padua since 1981. The journal was the official publication of the European Society of Gynecologic Oncology for many years and Professor Onnis was the managing editor. The EJGO published the proceedings of the five International Meetings of Gynecologic Oncology helt in Venice including the proceedings of the first editions of the European Society of Gynecologic Oncology congresses in the 1980s and 1990s. The editorial activity of Professor Onnis also included the foundation of other journals as: Clinical and Experimenthal Obstetrics and Gynecology, Fetal Medicine, Journal of Gynecological Endocrinology. The scientific, academic, and editorial activity allowed him to obtain wide recognition in the scientific community all over the world. This award is aimed at recognition of young investigators’ contributions in the field of gynecological oncology and related topics. We are honored to announce the “2021 EJGO Young Investigator Award Named for Professor Antonino Onnis” for young investigators. This award will be given to 2 young investigators in recognition of their contributions in the field of gynecological oncology and related topics. We are now inviting nominations and applications for this Young Investigator Award Named for Professor Antonino Onnis. All nominations and applications will be evaluated thoroughly and selected by the journal’s Award Committee led by the Chair Professor Enrique Hernandez. Eligibility and Requirements: Candidates must make a significant contribution to the advancement of Gynecological Oncology; Must be below 40 years of age and have received their PhD no more than 10 years prior to 30 December 2021. Documents for Nomination or Application The following documents or information should be sent along with an email to the editorial office when asking for an application or proposing a nomination: Detailed and updated Curriculum Vitae of the candidate includinga list of publications (works that have been published or submitted for publication) A letter of nomination from a senior scientist that addresses the following: 1) A brief introductory statement of the nominee's accomplishments that led to the nomination 2) What is the research the nominee is conducting that is significant and why is it considered significant or recognized as especially promising A scanned copy of the PhD degree certificate Prizes: The winner will receive 1500 USD Opportunity to publish one paper free of charge in EJGO after peer review before the end of 2022 An officially signed Award Certificate Schedule: Open for nominations and applications: 30 June 2021 Nomination and application deadline: 30 September 2021 Winner announcement: Award awardee will be announced in 30 December 2021.
22 November 2021
2022 EJGO Best Paper Award Named for Professor Antonino Onnis
Dear Colleagues, Professor Antonino Onnis, was the founder of EJGO. To honor the memory of Professor Onnis, for his leadership, unwavering dedication, and significant impact on women health, and to improve academic exchange and provide our best support to the academic community, the EJGO established these award series and grants. Professor Antonio Onnis was full professor at the University of Padua and Director of Gynecology and Obstetrics at the second chair in Verona from 1969 to 1974 and at the first chair in Padua from 1974-1998 when he retired. During his long academic career, the main field of his research was oriented to gynecological oncology in all aspects of the discipline: early detection, diagnosis and treatment. Examples of important topics that hes studied include the lymphatic drainage of gynecologic cancer, the development of innovative surgical techniques particularly concerning the modulation of radicality in vulvar cancer and in tailoring radicality in cervical cancer. Furthermore, his clinical experiences in advanced ovarian cancer with the integration of debulking surgery and chemotherapy, and his early adoption of neoadjuvant chemotherapy constituted the prelude of further important development and international clinical trials. Professor Onnis was the Founding President of the Italian Society of Gynecologic Oncology (1978) and Founding President of the European Society of Gynecologic Oncology which was founded in Venice in 1983. His editorial activity is internationally recognized as founding editor and editor-in-chief of “European Journal of Gynecological Oncology”edited in Padua since 1981. The journal was the official publication of the European Society of Gynecologic Oncology for many years and Professor Onnis was the managing editor. The EJGO published the proceedings of the five International Meetings of Gynecologic Oncology helt in Venice including the proceedings of the first editions of the European Society of Gynecologic Oncology congresses in the 1980s and 1990s. The editorial activity of Professor Onnis also included the foundation of other journals as: Clinical and Experimenthal Obstetrics and Gynecology, Fetal Medicine, Journal of Gynecological Endocrinology. The scientific, academic, and editorial activity allowed him to obtain wide recognition in the scientific community all over the world. This award is aimed at recognizing two scholars who publish their excellent papers in EJGO. We are honored to announce the “2022 EJGO Best Paper Award Named for Professor Antonino Onnis” for original research or systematic review, meta-analysis articles submitted to EJGO from 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2022. All submitted papers will be evaluated thoroughly and selected by the journal’s Award Committee led by the Chair, Prof. Enrique Hernandez. We are now inviting nominations and applications for this Best Paper Award Named for Professor Antonino Onnis. Eligibility for the award: Systematic review or meta-analysis and original research articles submitted to EJGO from 1 July 2021 and 30 June 2022. Selection criteria: All submitted papers will be evaluated thoroughly and selected by the journal Award Committee according to the following criteria: Originality and innovation. The originality of contribution to knowledge with an emphasis on the paper’s innovativeness in one or more of, but not limited to; (a) theoretical development, (b) empirical results or, (c) strategies development. Significance. Significance of the paper to the research community of gynecological oncology. Writing Style. Quality of writing style in terms of accuracy, clarity, readability, and organization of the paper. Documents or Information for Nomination or Application Individuals interested in being considered for the award should provide the following information via email to the editorial office after their manuscript had been accepted for publication: Title of the manuscript and author names. Updated curriculum vitae Prizes: Each winner will receive 500 USD Opportunity to publish one article free of charge in EJGO after peer review before the end of 2023 An officially signed Award Certificate Schedule: Open for nominations and applications: 1 July 2021 Nomination and application deadline: 30 September 2022 Winner announcement: Best Paper awardees will be announced in 30 December 2022.
22 November 2021
The new collaboration between UGOS (SSGO) and European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology
About UGOS: Serbian Society of Gynaecological Oncology (https://ugos.rs/) is a voluntary, non-governmental, non-profitassociation founded in order to provide a multidisciplinary approach to improving treatment ofmalignant diseases of the female reproductive system. Our goals are both to achieve betteroutcomes of clinical care and to further academic work in this field.In order to achieve our goals we do the following:1. Help bring together and coordinate gynecologists and experts from other fields which areinvolved in the treatment of gynaecological malignancies.2. Develop diagnostic and treatment protocols for these malignancies.3. Help to standardise terminology and streamline the evaluation of diagnostic and therapeuticprocedures in this field.4. Stimulate basic and clinical research in order to improve our understanding of current issues inthe field.5. Cooperate with government organisations and representative bodies regarding organisationalissues in order to improve prevention and early detection of gynaecologic malignancies.6. Help the general population become familiar with prevention and early detection ofgynaecological malignancies.7. Organise education for experts who work in the field of gynaecologic oncology.8. Work with both domestic and international organisations which have a focus on similar issues.9. Organise academic meetings about current issues in the field.10. Organise visits and lectures of foreign expert.11. Print academic publications.
22 November 2021
Grateful Policy for Reviewer
We appreciate the efforts and time our peer reviewers contributed during the publication process of an article. It is reviewers’ effort to ensure the high quality of papers published in journals of IMR Press. Despite the reviewing work is often unseen and unrewarded, we are striving to recognize our reviewers who generously give their energy to serve for IMR Press. European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology 22 September 2020
22 November 2021
New Editors-in-Chief: Enrique Hernandez
Prof. Dr. Enrique Hernandez Appointed Editor-in-Chief of European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology We are pleased to announce that Prof. Dr. Enrique Hernandez is appointed as Editor-in-Chief of the journal European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology. Dr. Enrique Hernandez is a Professor and Chairman, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. His research has focused on clinical trials on gynecologic malignancies, evaluation and management of abnormal PAP smears, cervical cancer and its precursors. We are confident that the strong academic background and connections of the new Editor-in-Chief will raise the prestige and quality of European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology. European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology 20 May 2020
19 November 2021
International Conference on Oncology Research and Treatment
19 November 2021
International Conference on Cancer Science and Therapy