JANE stands for Journal/Author Name Estimator. It is one of a series of novel tools coming online to help researchers get their work published. Its primary use is to find which journals are most likely to publish work, so is aimed at a researcher holding a completed manuscript, or nearly completed manuscript and aiming to have it published in a journal. The primary use is typing in keywords, then a list of appropriate journals will be listed alongside. There are additional options which can be completed. The Biosemantics Group is the result of a collaboration between two Dutch universities: Erasmus University Rotterdam and Leiden University Medical Center. Work besides JANE done by the group includes the EU-ADR project to create a Europe-wide system to detect adverse drug reactions (ADRs) and INFOBIOMED to look at synergy between bioinformatics and medical informatics at a European level. Medical informatics describes use of information technology in medicine, and bioinformatics describes use of information technology in molecular biology, so really this is related to the use of IT in Medicine, which is only going to increase in coming years.