AAAAI Journals Increase Impact Factors, Remain #1 and #2 in Allergy

Lang
Dear Colleagues,
 
The 2018 impact factors have been released and I am proud to share that The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (JACI) and The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice (JACI: In Practice) remain number one and two respectively in the "Allergy" category of the Journal Citation Reports published by Clarivate.
 
Even more impressive is that both journals again had impact factor increases! The new impact factors are 14.110 for JACI and 7.550 for JACI: In Practice. These are remarkable numbers, especially considering how young of a journal JACI: In Practice still is.
 
As you know, an impact factor is a performance benchmark among scholarly publications that measures how often its contents are cited over a particular period. Each AAAAI journal's new impact factor counts the number of citations in 2018 of articles that were published in 2016 and 2017.
 
There is also an "Immunology" category of the Journal Citation Reports published by Clarivate. I'm also proud to share the news that JACI remains number six in this category and JACI: In Practice is now number 17 (versus number 21 last year).
 
On behalf of the AAAAI Board of Directors, congratulations to the JACI and JACI: In Practice teams, including JACI Editor-in-Chief Zuhair K. Ballas, MD, FAAAAI; JACI: In Practice Editor-in-Chief Michael Schatz, MD, MS, FAAAAI; JACI Deputy Editors David P. Huston, MD, FAAAAI, and Rachel L. Miller, MD, FAAAAI; JACI: In Practice Deputy Editors Robert S. Zeiger, MD, PhD, FAAAAI, and Scott H. Sicherer, MD, FAAAAI; all of the JACI Associate Editors; and JACI: In Practice Associate Editor David A. Khan, MD, FAAAAI. We also congratulate the journals' respective editorial boards, editorial offices and all of the authors and reviewers who help fill our journals with high quality content.  
 
Please join me in celebrating our extraordinary journals!
 
Sincerely,
David M. Lang, MD, FAAAAI
AAAAI President
president@aaaai.org
 
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