Associate editor vacancy at Radiography journal

Apply by 13 September for role

Published: 21 June 2021 Researchers

The new associate editor (clinical imaging) will be part of the editorial leadership team at Radiography and will undertake a range of operational and strategic duties. Your specific portfolio of work will be commensurate with your knowledge and expertise and agreed with the editor-in-chief.

You will normally be appointed by the publisher, Elsevier, for a term of three years, though this may be extended on an annual basis by mutual agreement.

Your primary role is to be responsible for guiding selected manuscripts through the peer- review process and making editorial decisions on behalf of the editor-in-chief. 

You will be a member of the Editorial Leadership Team and Editorial Board and will participate in board meetings and exchanges in person, where possible, or via teleconferencing.

In conjunction with the Editorial Board, you will contribute to and/or source guest editorials, podcasts, invited commentaries and review articles from key contacts in your geographical region/subject area.

You will work alongside the editor-in-chief to put into operation agreed Editorial Board strategic plans to maintain and improve the journal’s standards and reputation.

Full details are available on the SoR website. Please email expressions of interest and your CV to the editor-in-chief, Professor Julie Nightingale, at [email protected] by noon on 13 September.