The 4th Editorial Board Meeting of Artificial Intelligence Surgery Successfully Held

Published on: 4 Feb 2024 Viewed: 390

On January 31, 2024, the 4th Editorial Board meeting of Artificial Intelligence Surgery (AIS) took place online, making another successful gathering. Thirty Editorial Board members, renowned for their strong academic backgrounds, actively participated in the session.

Commencing the meeting, Prof. Andrew A. Gumbs, the Editor-in-Chief of AIS, summarized the journal's achievements in 2023. He expressed his heartfelt gratitude to all Editorial Board members for their contributions. Subsequently, Prof. Andrew A. Gumbs elaborated on the journal’s development plans and current challenges. Several board members also proactively put forwarded some professional and insightful suggestions to the Publisher. Our Editorial Office extends sincere gratitude for the invaluable contributions and suggestions from all participants.

Towards the meeting’s conclusion, Prof. Xin Wang, an esteemed Editorial Board member from West China Hospital, Sichuan University, China, presented his proposal for the development of AIS and outlined his significant upcoming collaboration plans with fellow Editorial Board members.

Figure 1. Prof. Xin Wang’s Proposal Presentation

Some highlights from the AIS Editorial Board Meeting:

Figure 2. Best Article Awards for Prof. Elyan and Dr. Taher

Figure 3. Best Service Award for Prof. Lugaresi

Our Editorial Office expresses profound appreciation to the esteemed members of our Editorial Board. Your invaluable insights and perspectives have been instrumental in driving academic excellence and fostering innovation within our journal. The unwavering commitment to scholarly pursuits demonstrated by each member has significantly contributed to the advancement of our publication.

Guided by the exceptional leadership of our Editor-in-Chief and bolstered by the continuous support of our dedicated Editorial Board, AIS is poised for remarkable achievements in the year 2024. Your collective expertise and commitment to the highest standards of academic rigor will undoubtedly propel AIS to new heights, reinforcing its position as a leading platform for cutting-edge research and scholarly discourse.

Editor: Zoey Han
Language Editor: Catherine Yang
Production Editor: Yan Zhang
Respectfully Submitted by the Editorial Office of Artificial Intelligence Surgery

Artificial Intelligence Surgery
ISSN 2771-0408 (Online)
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