Dear Dr. Miyazaki,
Your recent article, "Procalcitonin is not an independent predictor of 30-day mortality, albeit predicts pneumonia severity in patients with pneumonia acquired outside the hospital", caught our attention and we’d like to discuss developing your research into an Open Access Research Topic with Frontiers.
Frontiers’ Research Topics are collections of peer-reviewed articles around emerging, cutting edge themes. Everything we publish is Open Access, helping towards our mission to make all science open.
We’d like to discuss the opportunity for you to guest edit a new Research Topic around your own area of research.
While we continue to deal with the effects of COVID-19, making science open has never been more essential to global well-being. The Frontiers team is still working to connect scientists and increase the visibility of their work.
If you’re interested in this opportunity, we can provide more information about what it entails and how it can help your research have an even bigger impact. Are you available for a phone call to discuss?
Very sorry late response.
I think this your email is something wrong. I am an artist, not a doctor. There is a deep connection to making the planet happy, but it is not my specialty to think or create a remedy. However, after a long study, I realized that the artist's expressions always contained hints for predicting the near future and the future. It may create remedy after getting concrete hint through the expression. We are currently putting them together in a comprehensive manner, so please wait for a while.
Thank you for the email. We apologize for the misunderstanding in contacting you. Though, your area of expertise does sound interesting and you may want to browse our Psychology journal which includes a several projects combining Arts and Science.
If you are interested in a Research Topic which aligns with this I can redirect you to the team which can help you. Nonetheless if you have any further questions about Research Topics, please don't hesitate to contact us.
We wish you all the best.
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