Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part B: Magnetic Resonance Engineering


Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part B: Magnetic Resonance Engineering

Publisher: Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

Magnetic Resonance Engineering is an international journal devoted to the
publication of original investigations concerned with the hardware and
software of the engineering and physics aspects of magnetic resonance
instrumentation. Articles concerned with both clinical and analytical
systems are within the scope of the journal.

The target audience are those who are professionally concerned with signal
transduction in magnetic resonance. This includes researchers form the
academic, industrial, governmental and medical communities who are involved
in building new equipment or in modifying existing devices.

Although the majority of the articles are likely to be related to medical
applications, submission of articles containing non-medical or analytical
applications are encouraged. When appropriate, a reasonable attempt should
be made to make the articles comprehensible to engineers in other fields,
for example, acoustic engineers and those engaged in all forms of

Magnetic Resonance Engineering publishes four types of articles:

Research Articles. Full research papers should be as concise as possible,
without sacrificing documentation of results. For studies on humans, a clear
statement must be provided on the use of informed consent, and that the
study was conducted after Human Experimentation Review by the relevant

Pedagogical/Review Articles. Pedagogical articles must not only be
scientifically sound, but must also have an exceptionally clear pedagogical
approach and delivery. Review articles should be concise and be critical
assessments of a rapidly developing area. For both of these types of
articles special reviewers will be solicited, and authors must contact the
Editor-in-Chief concerning the suitability of the subject before submitting
a manuscript.

Notes. Articles containing pertinent and interesting observations, and
reports on new observations or studies that do not justify a full research
article will be considered for the Notes section. Length should not exceed
4000 words (3 printed journal pages.) These articles will undergo full peer

Letters to the Editor. Comments on published papers and controversial issues
will be considered for publication as Letters to the Editor. Letters may be
peer reviewed.

ISSN 1043-7347

Manuscript submission via online system at:


Daniel D. Traficante
NMR Concepts
4 Corr Way
East Greenwich RI 02818-1246


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Current Issue: Volume 31B Issue 2 - April 2007

Date: 3 July 2007

Original posting date: 
Tuesday, July 3, 2007
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