On 13 Dec 2022, the 2nd online Editorial Board meeting of Journal of Environmental Exposure Assessment (JEEA) was successfully held. The meeting was chaired by the Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Stuart Harrad, from the University of Birmingham (UK).
Most of the Editorial Board Members attended the meeting to discuss the progress and development plan of JEEA. The meeting agenda includes the following:
1. Welcome speech and introduction of new Editorial Board Members;
2. 2022 journal annual report and acknowledgments to Editorial Board Members;
3. Emphasize the mission of running the journal, the pursuit of high-quality publication, and the development goal, etc;
4. The outlook and development plan for 2023;
5. Free discussion;
6. Closing statement.
During the meeting, Prof. Stuart Harrad presented the current progress of JEEA, including publication, citations, important events, and new Editorial Board Members. The development and progress of JEEA were shown in specific data, figures, and tables, which are contributed with the support of the Editorial Board Members.
Prof. Stuart Harrad also reported the development plan of the journal in 2023 from the following aspects: publishing plan, promotion policy, citation, conference cooperation, important database application, etc. Dr. Lisa Melymuk, Dr. Nikiforos Alygizakis, Dr. André Henrique Rosa, Dr. Mihalis Lazaridis, Dr. Noel J. Aquilina, Dr. Hongjun Mao and other members offered their suggestions and expressed their continued support for the development of the journal.
At the end of the meeting, Prof. Stuart Harrad gave a brief summary of the meeting and expressed his gratitude to all participants.
Here, the Editorial Office of JEEA would like to convey sincere gratitude and best wishes to all the Editorial Board members. JEEA will continue adhering to the principle of high-quality publishing, explore innovative academic topics, publish valuable academic research and advance the field of environmental exposure assessment. We believe that JEEA will be recognized and appreciated by a large audience of scholars in this field with the guidance and support of the Editorial Board Members.
Thanks for the support of the following participants at this meeting (in alphabetical order):
Stuart Harrad, from University of Birmingham, UK.
Editorial Board Members:
Ovokeroye Akpojevwe Abafe, from University of Birmingham, UK;
Nikiforos Alygizakis, from National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece;
Taicheng An, from Guangdong University of Technology, China;
Noel J. Aquilina, from University of Malta, Malta;
Suwanna Boontanon, from Mahidol University, Thailand;
Zhiguo Cao, from Henan Normal University, China;
Ann Marie Coggins, from National University of Ireland, Ireland;
Miren López de Alda Villaizán, from Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA-CSIC), Spain;
ETHEL ELJARRAT, from Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA), Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Spain;
Georgios Giovanoulis, from IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Sweden;
Rui Hou, from South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China;
Yufeng Jiang, from Lanzhou Jiaotong University, China;
Jun Jin, from Minzu University of China, China;
Boris Johnson, from University of Cartagena, Colombia;
Perihan Binnur Kurt-Karakus, from Bursa Technical University, Turkey;
Mihalis Lazaridis, from Technical University of Crete, Greece;
Nan Lin, from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China;
Hongjun Mao, from Nankai University, China;
David Megson, from Manchester Metropolitan University, UK;
Lisa Melymuk, from Masaryk University, Czech Republic;
Jake O’Brien, from The University of Queensland, Australia;
Giulia Poma, from University of Antwerp, Belgium;
André Henrique Rosa, from Universidade Estadual Paulista-Unesp, Brazil;
Fang Tao, from China Jiliang University, China;
Chongqing Wang, from Zhengzhou University, China;
Daqiang Yin, from Tongji University, China;
Junjie Zhang, from Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway;
Jianliang Zhao, from South China Normal University, China.
Respectfully submitted by the Editorial Office of Journal of Environmental Exposure Assessment.