should we write something about the medical side of ours? free papers in HIMED journal, Fwd: We welcome your manuscripts
I just received this invite to submit papers. I did not read them to be
Open, but they are free (as in beer, if beer was any healthy) at least.
Well, they are a bit blank, still.
Anyway, only following it with half an eye, I am excited about the progress
the medical side of Debian Med is doing over the last few months. Certainly,
there is an audience for a larger writeup of the current situation and
what we all think to achieve over the next year to bring genotyping
(with bioinformatics) and phenotyping (medical informatics) closer together.
Any takers? I do not care if it is this journal or another. The writing
should just be done by someone more involved in the preparation of the
medical informatics side of ours.
Health Informatics and Medical Research Journal (HIMED) is an international,
peer review, scientific journal. It will be published quarterly and interest in
health informatics, bioinformatics, epidemiology and biostatistics. All related
topics are welcome. Full length research papers, as well as scientific reviews
will be published in the journal. Furthermore, the journal publishes book
reviews, technology reviews, editorials, brief software reports and finally
HIMED will be totally free of charge (no submission fee, no printing fee, open
access) journal. The online tracking system of journal, Scopemed, is an open
access indexing and online manuscript submission, review and tracking system.
You can visit our web site ( http://www.himedjournal.org) or our online
submission system (http://himed.scopemed.org/) for more information.
We welcome your manuscripts at HIMED (Health Informatic and Medical Research)
Journal. You can submit a new manuscript by http://himed.scopemed.org/.