About the Journal
The peer-reviewed monthly journal, Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine (ASEM) provides contact with physicians, life scientists, bioengineers, and medical specialists working in both basic medical research and in its clinical applications. It is the most used and cited journal in its field. It is distributed to more than 80 nations.
We're changing our name!
Starting with the January 2015 issue, Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine will become Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance. We'll have a new cover and a whole new look to go with our new name. This change is meant to align the title of the journal more closely with the research and articles we publish.
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Available online: September 2014
; Upcoming issue table of contents: October 2014
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Letters to the Editor, You're the Flight Surgeon/Resident Case Reports, etc.
The journal from 2003 (Vol. 74) to present is available online through Ingenta Connects. The Mira archives contains articles from 1929 (Vol. 1) to 2002 (Vol. 73) of the journal.
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Editor-In-Chief: Frederick Bonato, Ph.D.
Assistant to the Editor: Debra Sventek, B.S.
Pamela C. Day, B.A.
Assistant to the Managing Editor:
Rachel Trigg, B.A.