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Latest Journal Citation Reports Shows Significant Impact Factor Increases for IOS Press Journals

Amsterdam, NL – IOS Press, an independent international publisher of scientific, technical, and medical (STM) journals and books, is pleased to announce significant increases in the Journal Impact Factors (JIFs) of two of its flagship journals in neurogenerative diseases. The Journal of Parkinson’s Disease JIF has increased by 7.5% to 5.568, positioning it in the first quartile of Neuroscience journals with a ranking of 62 among 270 journals in that category. The Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, the most highly cited journal devoted exclusively to this disease, rose by an impressive 14.4% to 4.472.

According to the 2020 Journal Citation Reports (Clarivate, 2021), IOS Press has achieved an overall JIF increase of close to 10% across the 28 journals covered.

Other top performers in health sciences disciplines include Biorheology, which rose by 110.9% to 1.875; Clinical Hemorheology and Microcirculation increased by 36.4% to 2.375; Cancer Biomarkers, with a JIF of 4.388, achieved a 27.7% increase; and NeuroRehabilitation with a JIF of 1.654 increased by 29.3%.

IOS Press would like to express its gratitude to our publishing community, the editors, reviewers, and authors for their invaluable contributions to the success that these journals have achieved. Journal Impact Factors remain one of the most widely accepted indicators of journal quality and impact. In computer science, another strong program within the IOS Press portfolio, notable journals include Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering, which now has attained a JIF of 4.827, and Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments, which rose 32% to a solid JIF of 2.105.


About IOS Press
IOS Press is headquartered in Amsterdam with satellite offices in the USA, Germany, India, and China and serves the information needs of scientific and medical communities worldwide. IOS Press now publishes about 90 international peer-reviewed journals and approximately 70 book titles each year on subjects ranging from computer science, artificial intelligence, and engineering to medicine, neuroscience, and cancer research.