Video from ECR 2016: Dr. Maximilian Reiser on plagiarism

March 5, 2016

VIENNA - The cheats are getting smarter, it seems, and this can pose serious problems for journal editors. As editor in chief of European Radiology for more than two years, Dr. Maximilian Reiser, professor of radiology at the University of Munich, has had to address this growing problem. In an interview with Editor-in-Chief Philip Ward at ECR 2016, he explains how the editorial team handles plagiarism, and he also reflects on the first 25 years of the journal.

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Dr. Maximilian Reiser on plagiarism.

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