Call for New Editor-in-Chief

The Journal of Orthopaedic Research – Spine (JORS) was established in 2018 by the Orthopaedic Research Society (ORS) in order to offer a platform to focus on basic and translational orthopaedic research of the spine. The Journal is a leading peer reviewed, open access forum for the publication of premier spine studies focused on the biological basis of development, growth, aging and degeneration, biomechanical and novel imaging methods, mechano-biology, biomaterial applications, and pre-clinical and clinical studies based on novel preventative and regenerative approaches. The three founding co-Editors-in-Chief of JORS have recently announced their collective intent to depart from the Journal. For a full description of the role, including requirements, please visit the link below.

Applications for the role are being accepted from now until August 31, 2024.

The ORS produces two internationally renowned, peer reviewed musculoskeletal journals, the Journal of Orthopaedic Research (JOR) and the Journal of Orthopaedic Research – Spine (JORS). These journals offer a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to orthopaedic research, ensuring that you stay informed, connected, and contribute to the advancement of this crucial field.

JOR and JORS are committed to publishing high-quality research that undergoes a rigorous peer-review process. Readers can trust the accuracy and reliability of the information presented in these journals.

The Journal of Orthopaedic Research – Spine (JORS) 

JORS is an open access journal that publishes research on topics such as: aging, degeneration, biologic therapies, biomaterials, tissue engineering, biomechanics, bioreactors, culture systems, development, and deformity.

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ORS members are exempt from submission fees. If any co-author is an ORS member, the submitting author can choose the Member article option, even if they are not a member themselves.

Reasons to Publish

  • High standard peer review
  • Reporting work dealing with a variety of subjects
  • Quality and reputation, supported by ORS
  • Rapid and transparent publication process
  • Immediate open access in JORS

Please visit the Wiley Online Library to learn more about getting published in an Orthopaedic Research Society Journal.