Digital Diagnostics

Peer-review medical journal


  • Prof. Valentin Sinitsyn, MD, PhD

Deputy Editor-in-Chief

  • Prof. Sergey Morozov, MD, PhD, MPH, CIIP

Journal founders:

  • Research and Practical Clinical Center for Diagnostics and Telemedicine Technologies of the Moscow Healthcare Department 
  • Eco-vector LLC Publishing Group.


The peer-review medical journal "Digital diagnostics" is created in 2020 in connection with the rapid development of modern science in medical diagnostics, the acceleration of implementation of innovative IT technologies, such as artificial intelligence, into clinical practice, as well as the improvement of interdisciplinary communications.  

Publications in the journal reflect the interdisciplinary, high-tech and transmission nature of modern science in medical diagnostics.  

The mission of the journal is a wide coverage of research results in current areas of digital diagnostics, creation of a professional platform for interdisciplinary and international exchange of experience.

The audience of the journal is scientists and heathcare providers specializing in digital diagnostic methods in medicine: specialists in radiology and instrumental diagnostics, cybernetic doctors, medical physicists, information technology specialists, as well as specialists in related fields.

All articles are published in 3 languages – Russian, English and Chinese. Translations into English and Chinese will be provided by the publisher, which is free of charge for authors. In addition, all articles are published in full in the public domain, which provides a wide geographical coverage of the audience of scientists and specialists.  

Types of accepted articles:

  • systematic reviews;
  • results of original research;
  • clinical cases and series of clinical cases;
  • experimental work (technical development);
  • datasets;
  • letters to the editor.  

Publication frequency:

  • quarterly, 4 issues per year.


  • Open Access, under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).


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