The Second Editorial Board Meeting of Metabolism and Target Organ Damage Held Successfully

Published on: 17 May 2023 Viewed: 249

The Second Editorial Board meeting of the journal Metabolism and Target Organ Damage (M&TOD) was successfully held online on May 10, 2023.

The meeting was chaired by Editor-in-Chief Prof. Amedeo Lonardo from Ospedale Civile di Baggiovara, Italy. Thirteen Editorial Board members from five countries attended the meeting, including our Honorary Editor-in-Chief Prof. Christopher D. Byrne from the University of Southampton, UK.

Agenda of the meeting:

1. Addresses by Editor-in-Chief and Honorary Editor-in-Chief;
2. The current progress of M&TOD in publication, Special Issues, webinars, interviews, Editorial Board, and so on;
3. Acknowledgment to the contribution of Editorial Board members;
4. Development plan in 2023 and problems we are facing;
5. Solutions and suggestions;
6. Free discussion.

At the beginning of the meeting, Editor-in-Chief Prof. Amedeo Lonardo welcomed all Editorial Board members and invited Honorary Editor-in-Chief Prof. Christopher D. Byrne to give a speech. After that, the assistant editor Jennifer Lee from the Editorial Office reported the progress of M&TOD.

During the interactive discussion session, experts actively participated and provided valuable suggestions, reaffirming their unwavering support for the advancement of the journal.

The Editorial Board and the Editorial Office members summarized the progress and achievements of the journal in 2022 and discussed the development plan for 2023. The successful Editorial Board meeting laid a solid foundation for M&TOD. The editors of M&TOD will uphold the mission of "Disseminating scientific research and promoting scientific innovation" to encourage research in metabolic and organ damage diseases and provide a professional academic dissemination platform with international educational influence.

Attendee list (in alphabetical order of surnames)

Respectfully submitted by the Editorial Office of Metabolism and Target Organ Damage

Metabolism and Target Organ Damage
ISSN 2769-6375 (Online)


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