It is 2.530, the new (2013) SCI impact factor of Asian Journal of Andrology
We would delightedly report that the 2013 SCI impact factor of Asian Journal of Andrology (AJA, http://www.asiaandro.com) has increased from 2.140 to 2.530, according to the latest Journal Citation Reports(c) published by Thomson Reuters. With strong and steady growth, AJA gets its rank of 2nd in the category of andrology.
We are gratified by our 2013 Impact Factor, which is a significant achievement and implies the increased recognition of our journal by the scientific community in this field, and the improved quality of the articles we have published. We are proud that the findings of our publications, to some extent, contribute to the scientific communication across the field of andrology.
Most sincerely, we would like to thank the utmost support and efforts from our committed and enthusiastic Editor-in-Chief, editorial board members and editorial team, our fair and knowledgeable reviewers, our devoted guest editors and contributors for special issues, our dedicated authors and readers, our sponsors, our publisher, and anyone who have continuously supported and assisted us in making this progress possible.
Asian Journal of Andrology is proud to celebrate 15 years (1999–2014) of contribution in the field of Andrology in this June. The journal’s achievements reflect hard work for all of you. Together we will strive to continually improve the journal, and look forward to continued growth in coming years!
We warmly look forward to your further support and your excellent and groundbreaking manuscripts for publication in our journal. We welcome submissions spans the field of men’s health. For information for submission, please visit http://www.asiaandro.com/ep2-1.asp.
Editorial Office of Asian Journal of Andrology
30 July 2014