As the most prolific publisher of new medical books year after year, Springer Nature continues to produce a Medicine eBook Collection that is unrivalled in its breadth. The 2022 collection is home to cutting-edge, evidence-based titles designed to sharpen clinical skills and knowledge for trainees, practitioners, and seasoned physician-researchers at all levels and from every therapeutic area.
Included in the collection are new editions of gold-standard titles like Hui's Approach to Internal Medicine (5th Ed.) and The Quick Reference Handbook for Pathologists, new titles in fields synonymous with Springer Nature such as surgery, imaging, orthopaedics, and oncology, as well as additional medical specialties, including cardiology, dermatology, critical care, pathology, neurology, endocrinology, ophthalmology, and psychiatry, to name just several. Health Informatics continues to be a well-represented discipline with established titles like the Shortliffe or the Benson and Grieve; both being key resources in this field.
The collection also includes titles in new and emerging fields such as Precision Medicine and Artificial Intelligence with Precision Medicine in Cancer Therapy and Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging being some of the first books to be published exploring these topics. To meet the educational needs of all medical communities the portfolio has been expanded to include academic books in Nursing and Dentistry.
In today’s complex, clinical, team-based environment, with the many challenges of navigating the wealth of new medical information that arrives almost daily, having a trusted resource like the Springer Nature Medicine eBook Collection is critical to meeting the complete information needs of all levels of the patient-care team.
We are a truly international publisher, serving the research community around the globe. With hubs throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia Pacific we are perfectly positioned to connect with our book authors and editors wherever they are located. Our global base of editorial staff is located in cities such as New York, London, Heidelberg, Tokyo, Beijing, New Delhi, Singapore, Melbourne and São Paulo. They constantly travel to scientific meetings and universities to connect with the research community.
Prior to joining Springer in 2002, a truly international company, Nathalie Huilleret worked with small local medical publishing houses, where she started as an acquisitions editor for journals and books. Over the years, she worked her way up through the editorial ranks, gained a deep understanding of the publishing industry, and developed a strong network through her ability to build relationships, bridge disciplines, understand the needs of the medical community and identify rising stars and hot topics. She now manages a team of publishing editors in five major European countries. The medical book program she oversees encompasses all clinical disciplines as well as nursing and dentistry. In addition to this primary role, she is the Managing Director of our Paris office, one of the 50 locations worldwide that allow authors, no matter where they are located, to have a close connection with a member of the Springer team.
Naren Aggarwal joined Springer company in 2011 as an executive editor and managed a portfolio of journals and books in clinical medicine, mostly working with the research community based in India. Besides acquiring new journals, he set up the book acquisitions program building up on his networks and understanding of the medical books. His responsibilities expanded to manage journals and books in the entire Asia from 2017. Later, he moved exclusively into book program managing clinical medicine as well as biomedicine and life sciences. He has editorial teams in four locations in Asia, China, Japan, Korea and India. Major regions covered by him are the Middle-East, South Asia, Central Asia and Australia-NZ. His teams’ major work lies in setting up co-publishing partnerships, develop content on SDGs, and commission books in the top growing disciplines. Some key areas covered in the life sciences program are cancer biology, neurosciences, genomics, soil sciences, sustainable agri-practices, urban ecosystems, fisheries, and veterinary medicine. Radiology, ophthalmology, gastroenterology, pathology, oncology and onco-surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, and intensive and critical care are some of the key subjects in the medicine program.
Richard Lansing is Editorial Director, Americas, for the Clinical Medicine division at Springer. Springer is a part of Springer Nature, a leading global scientific, technical and medical publisher that serves and supports the research community in academia, scientific institutions and corporate R&D departments. Richard has been in the medical publishing field for more than twenty-five years, working in the fields of book and journal publishing and continuing medical education. He has been with Springer since 2003.
Richard manages a team of 13 Editors in New York and Sao Paulo, publishing books for trainees, practicing physicians, and physician-researchers across the full range of therapeutic areas. The Americas clinical medicine team contracts and publishes more than 300 monographs, reference works, atlases, textbooks, study guides, and instructional video each year, adding to a global clinical medicine division that contracts and publishes nearly 900 titles annually. Richard holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism, with a minor in sociology, from Eastern Illinois University, a master’s degree in publishing management from Pace University, New York and a master’s degree in sociology, with a concentration in medical sociology, from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
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