19 December 2018
Thanks for celebrating with us!
Visitors to our website are no doubt aware that JAD celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2018! Over the course of 20 years, our journal has published more papers on Alzheimer's disease (AD) than any other journal and received more citations than any other AD-focused journal. To mark this special occasion, we published an open access special anniversary issue in March. Featuring 35 review articles covering 20 years of AD research, plus personal perspectives from researchers in the field. Read all about the issue here, or skip direct to the content via this link.
In our anniversary year, a landmark issue of JAD (Volume 64, Supplement 1) was also published that highlights the latest advances in AD research and focuses on the future promise for therapeutic breakthroughs. In compiling this special issue of 40+ articles, the editors have utilized a combination of scientometric evaluations to determine the most promising new approaches, as well as soliciting insights from leaders in each of the major areas of Alzheimer’s disease research. Read more about this issue here.
This issue is also available in a special edition hardcover book!
Order your print copy before end of 2018 to get a discount
(use code at checkout: 20%AIAD2018)
This year has also been about getting out and meeting many of our authors and readers. The main event was AAIC in Chicago in July, where Editor-in-Chief George Perry shared JAD stories at our booth with delegates from near and far.
It was also where the announcement of this year's Alzheimer Award winner was announced. Greg Kennedy is pictured with Dr Perry at the JAD Editorial Board meeting in Chicago.
As we now say farewell to our 20th anniversary year, we invite you to view the celebratory publication that was compiled as a commemoration (we still have a few left in the office if you wish to have a print copy, just get in touch!). You can view the PDF file by clicking the visual below, or go here.