March 2015
Volume 4, Issue 2
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Editorial  |   April 2015
The Important Contribution of Reviewers
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Translational Vision Science & Technology April 2015, Vol.4, 11. doi:10.1167/tvst.4.2.11
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      The Important Contribution of Reviewers. Trans. Vis. Sci. Tech. 2015;4(2):11. doi: 10.1167/tvst.4.2.11.

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Constructive, critical peer-review is an essential part of the “information creation process” that has evolved in our society. Journals constitute an essential component of the information dissemination infrastructure because, unlike meetings, the information contained therein is or ought to be subject to the rigors of peer-review. Thus, we are indebted to the TVST reviewers for the immensely important contributions they have made to the quality of the journal and for the service they have provided to the entire vision research community. On behalf of our Associate Editors, Editors, and readers, I thank each of you sincerely. 
Among the highly accomplished individuals who have generously donated their time and expertise for our benefit, a subset have made outstanding contributions due to the exceptional care with which they have reviewed manuscripts. The Editors of TVST have been asked to recognize these individuals by identifying them as “exceptional reviewers.” I am pleased to offer special recognition to these individuals as part of our thanks to each of the reviewers for TVST
TVST is our journal, and it will be as useful a source of information as we make it, through the submission of our work and, no less, through the peer-review to which that work is subjected. 
Thank you again for your important contribution as an “exceptional reviewer!” 
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