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We aim to provide the highest possible standard of service to our editors and authors. Here is some of the feedback we received from authors in a recent survey:
"Having served as editor in chief of Journal of Pharmaceutical Care & Health Systems since its inception I have witnessed a progressive improvement in organization, planning, scope, and quality of the organization and as a result a better journal. Our journal articles have expanded in scope, thereby becoming more inclusive to attract a wider audience while improving qualitatively and enhancing impact. My experience with the editorial office staff and reviewers has been incredibly positive. The submission and approval processes are both straightforward and rapid and the technical standards are first-rate and highly professional. The reviewers provided excellent suggestions that greatly increased the quality of the papers as well. This was a fantastic group of individuals with which to work."
Department of Pharmacy Practice Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy, Texas A&M Health Science Center, USA. (Journal of Pharmaceutical Care & Health Systems)29 October 2015
"The OMICS International has the reputation for quick reviewing and publishing original medical articles. From my personal experience, most of our original medical articles would be published within 3 weeks. Moreover, the editorial boards of most the OMICS International journals have many dedicated and reputed scientists as editorial members. They help many young or from developing countries biomedical investigators to fulfill their dreams and expand exchanges between scientists of both developed and developing countries. These forums are indispensable parts of world entities for promoting science communications and exchanges. Thus, I am grateful for their assistances and currently review work of other scientists."
School of Life Sciences, Shanghai University, PR China. (Metabolomics: Open Access)
"I have served as an editor for Journal of Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery for two years. The journal has an unique aspect covering Nanomedicine and Biotherpeutic discovery, whcih many journals in the area of Nanomedicine cannot provide at the same time.
I published two papers in the journal (editorial one and research paper). The publishing process was relatively smooth and quick. The journal is contionously publishing good review and research papers. I believe that as long as consistent publications are administrated by the journal, the journal can increase impact factors gradually.
The editors of Journal of Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery have diverse backgrounds all over the world that can lead this area. They have devoted themselves so far and can contribute futher to improve the quality of this journal and put the more passion on Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery.
I think that the journal can have a better shape in the future as long as it encourages editors and focuses on specific therapeutic research areas in each issue.
Nuclear Medicine Department, Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health, USA. (Journal of Nanomedicine and Biotherapeutic Discovery)
"I hereby express my great interest in continued service in “Journal of Advanced Techniques in Biology & Medicine” as Editor. I further give my consent to disclose by the Journal my affiliation and contact information. I do not have any conflict of interest, which would interfere with this important service for science, medicine and technology communities.
This unique journal has become a very good source of information related to all the fields of Biology & Medicine, with many subscribers all throughout the world. Furthermore, the published articles are then disseminated for research, teaching and reference purposes. My association with the Journal as an Editorial Board member has been an enriching and fulfilling experience. I also appreciate Editor in chief, other Editorial Board members and Journal staffs that works to establish high professional standing."
Department Gynecological, Microbiological and Biomedical Sciences, University of Messina, – Messina (Italy). (Journal of Advanced Techniques in Biology & Medicine)
Edward Waters College, USA. (Journal of Bioprocessing & Biotechniques)
"OMICS International group serves as one of the international organizations, which fosters the development of science in the world by organizing different international meetings and publishing a great number of international scientific journals.
Bioequivalence & Bioavailability of drugs, which are frontiers of modern medicine and pharmaceutical industry, have become one of the subjects of OMICS International group. Journal of Bioequivalence & Bioavailability is an open access journal having wide international reputation. As biological effects (including side effects) of any drug depend on the initial state of organism, for exact estimation of bioequivalence & bioavailability a biomarker should be used. Therefore, the subject of JBB in future will be oriented to the articles about the usage of biomarkers for estimation of bioequivalence & bioavailability of drugs."
UNESCO Chair-Life Sciences International Postgraduate Educational Center, Armenia. (Journal of Bioequivalence & Bioavailability)
"As a member of the Editorial Board and contributor to Metabolomics: Open Acess, I would like to encourage fellow researchers to submit their work for publication in the journal. Metabolomics is highly dynamic with an excellent team of peer reviewers and has a fast publication turn-around. Its broad scope encouraging interdisciplinary work and its international character as well as the high standards of the editorial and reviewing processes make Metabolomics a desirable venue to publish your cutting-edge research."
AF Innovation, Pharmaceutical Consultancy, USA. (Metabolomics: Open Acess)
"As a peer-reviewed academic journal, the Journal of Proteomics & Bioinformatics provides an opportunity to researchers and scientist to explore the developments in the field of proteomics and bioinformatics and other emerging areas of post-genomics research that extend our view of biological diversities of living species. These include, but not limited to, lipidomics, glycomics, epitomics, biomarker research and targeted drug development. As a member of the Editorial Board for the journal, I strongly encourage investigators consider this high quality open access platform for rapid communication of their cutting-edge research progress and discovery."
SRI International, CA, USA. (Journal of Proteomics & Bioinformatics)
"Cardiovascular Pharmacology: Open Access Journal, a broad-based journal was founded on two key tenets: To publish the most exciting researches with respect to the subjects of Cardiovascular Pharmacology. Secondly, to provide a rapid turn-around time possible for reviewing and publishing and to disseminate the articles freely for research, teaching and reference purposes.
Cardiovascular Pharmacology: Open Access Journal is available at the click of the button, curtsey the Internet resulting in a worldwide audience that will lead to an increase visibility and impact of published work.
Working with the Cardiovascular Pharmacology: Open Access Journal as an editor is the smoothest, efficient experience I have had.
The coordinators at Cardiovascular Pharmacology: Open Access Journal was consistently available to answer questions and helped with paper progress through the publication stages in a very timely manner. This is a fantastic group of individuals to work with them.
According to my experience as author, I recommend potential authors to publish their innovative work in Cardiovascular Pharmacology: Open Access Journal, because I am particularly satisfied with the rapid and high-quality review process, proofs delivery and eventual publication.
The reviewers provided excellent suggestions that greatly increased the quality of the paper as well.
The journalâs achievement and future focus will benefit the authors in a number of ways:
1. Standards of high-quality, rapid peer-review and production.
2. Enhances the visibility and presence of the author due to free dissemination and frequent citation.
3. Liberal licensing and re-use policy through Creative Commons license.
4. Easy and immediate online access.
5. High Impact factor and chances of getting cited, thus enhances the authorâ²s API Index.
6. Focus in depth in the field of Cardiovascular Pharmacology with editorials, research articles and case reports that will be a tool in the hands to researchers all over the world.
I should be happy to recommend Cardiovascular Pharmacology: Open Access Journal to anyone."
IASO Maternity Hospital of Athens, Greece. (Cardiovascular Pharmacology: Open Access)
"The Journal of Spine has distinguished itself, in a very short period of time, in bringing to the readership a more diverse spectrum of pathology, with unique and original observations from clinicians around the world. I applaud their high standards, quick turn around time for editorial review and the excellence of their reviews. I anticipate a growing role for the Journal of Spine in the elucidation of spine patho-physiology, and the development of novel thought and approaches to the growing number of spinal disorders that we are now treating."
The Metropolitan Neurosurgery Group LLC, USA, (Journal of Spine)
"I have been associated with Current synthetic and Systems biology International for a bit more than a year and my experience has been of utmost high quality. The intellectual productions, the review processes, and the published works do not differ at all, from any other ranked academic journals. I have found that the parameters, the array of diversity, and the involvement of the authors is of enormously high standards. Omics Journals International is a pioneer of open access publishing and it abides to the highest criteria of intellectual research, I have ever been exposed."
Department of Chemistry, National University of Cordoba, Argentina. (Current Synthetic and Systems Biology)
"Current Synthetic and Systems Biology enabled me to express points of view regarding emerging concepts in developmental biology. To my opinion, Current Synthetic and Systems Biology shall provide an integrative perspective in the field of biology. Such journal must promote to a broad audience the access towards new paradigms and concepts. Results in the field of Synthetic and Systems Biology Combining may be perceived as abstracts. Combining reviews, commentaries and articles will allow to get a more concrete perception of the results of our community. Up to now the community of synthetic biology seems to be more active, thus, more have to be done to provide in integrative and systems biology."
Lille University of Science and Technology, France. (Current Synthetic and Systems Biology)
"Current Synthetic and Systems Biology has become an increasingly important source for research in the Synthetic biology and will be more important for the systems biology and the combination of both. I have been impressed by the journal's contents and have been very gratified by the number of accesses to the recent publication. Current Synthetic and Systems Biology has filled an important gap in biology research journals."
Shanghai Center for System Biomedicine, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. (Current Synthetic and Systems Biology)
"Study of the relatively vide problems concerning defence and related technologies is a very important tool for sharing new information within the whole world. Heterogeneity of papers which are a content of this Journal can provide readers a lot of chances for make their knowledge richer. It is very good that the Journal of Defence Management combines the newest knowledge from the theoretical branches concerning defence and strategic management on the one hand and other branches related to newest technologies which would be understood as their support on the other hand. Moreover, the particular reader can immediately compare approaches to evaluation and understanding specific problems in his country with their perception in the authors´ country. This invaluable chance makes from this Journal an absolutely unique place for discussion and possible development of each who is interested in defense management research activities.
As an Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Defence Management I would like to thank all contributors to these upcoming issues. All of them proved their ability to provide their information in such a form which is very interesting and very doctrinal for the others who somehow either work or support separation technologies.
Finally, I would like to challenge all perspective and potential authors who have not still made decision to publish their research results to complete their work and to contact the staff of the Journal of Defence Management. Each its member is able and ready to provide a piece of advice and create conditions for sharing new information related to your research activities. Only in this way the military public will have the possibility to cooperate on any specific projects and to avoid the proverbial “blind alley” which can meet any scientific workers not only in the natural science but also in sciences concerning defense management. All of us know that this science is very important for people who like peace and, however, have to develop the army technologies."
NBC Defence Institute if the University of Defence in Vyškov, University of Defence in Brno, Czech Republic. (Journal of Defence Management)
"The Advances in technology particularly in electronics offered the rapid and wide distribution of knowledge through out the world.
The rapid and easy access to data increased the demand to publication. The number of medical journals increased significantly to respond this demand.
Currently there are more journals than we need. Naturally this increased the competition between the journals. The separation of spinal studies from cranial surgical studies or from other orthopedic studies and publish them in a spinal journal was a good idea-it worked.
However the increase in scientific studies needs more detailed or focused journals. To cover all spinal disorders in one journal is not enough anymore. I believe we need more detailed or categorized journals. For example a spinal journal may focus on only minimally invasive technology or fusion or tumor or etc.
In my opinion the rising star of spinal surgery in near-midterm future will be dynamic stabilization of the spine and when we looked at the journal market there is no enough journal that specified about both total disc replacement and posterior dynamic stabilization.
For this reason my recommendation would be to focus on dynamic stabilization of spine. This will make the journal as a reference journal all the researchers around the world will apply to this journal if they interested in dynamic stabilization."
Koc University School of Medicine, Department of Neurosurgery, Istanbul-Turkey. (Journal of Spine)
"It's a pleasure serve on the editorial board of JGGR and the opportunity to review some of the most recent work in my field.
The publication process is good and professional, the review process is highly efficient and the reviewers' comments useful and constructive. The online access is smooth and very user-friendly. The navigation process for submission is was very simple and easy.
I am sure that impact of published researches do not differ at all, from any other ranked academic journals and are a kind of publication needed by the scientific community.
The journal's focus is to present the latest developments in various areas of Gerontology & Geriatric research, and keeps research scientists and physicians up to date. I strongly recommend it to all scientists working in the field I hope that my collaboration with Journal of Gerontology & Geriatric Research will continue for a long time."
Department of General Pathology, University of Chieti, School of Medicine, Italy. (Journal of Gerontology & Geriatric Research)
"I am very pleased to be one of the Editorial Board member of the Journal of Neuroinfectious Diseases, Sahar Mohamed Kamal Shams El Dine. All articles and Research papers published in all issues of our respectable journal help the young neurologists and trainees to develop their knowledge and skills in the field of neuroinfection in a promising manner. The respectable journal , as an open access journal, allows the researchers to obtain free copies of many important researches in this promising field.
All articles, published in our respectable journals, were written by esteemed experts, succinctly examining a wide range of important topics including neuroinfection in relation to important neurological diseases as Parkinson’s disease, stroke, neuromuscular disorders, plus many more.
I hope you find our respectable useful and that it provides helpful information and discussions that are relevant to your practice and interests in the advances of neuroinfectious diseases."
Department of Pharmacology, Ain Shams University, Egypt. (Journal of Neuroinfectious Diseases)
"For the past five years, since 2011, I have been a member of the Editorial Board of the OMICS Journal of Medical Microbiology and Diagnosis. Since 2012 I have served as Editor-in-Chief for the journal. The broad goal of the journal is to publish articles in basic and clinical microbiology that address medically and biologically important problems, that are factually and analytically valid, and that may be innovative.
It is a privilege and a pleasure to serve as Editor for the journal. OMICS has consistently stood by the editorial decisions of the Editorial Board even when it was to their immediate economic disadvantage. I thank the OMICS International for their support and help.
I believe that the journal has been fulfilling its goals on a global scale and the plan is to continue into the future."
Alpert Medical School, Brown University, USA. (Journal of Medical Microbiology & Diagnosis)
"The increase in scientific studies needs more detailed or focused journals. In my opinion the Journal of Neurology and Neuroscience is very relevant and promising. The issues of research, diagnosis and treatment under consideration are novel, which is of great interest to researchers and doctors around the world.
The journal examines the various problems of neuroscience and neurology, which are discussed. I want to recommend this journal to all neuroscience researchers, neurologists and neurosurgeons as a quality and promising edition."
Department of Neurosurgery, Dnepropetrovsk Medical Academy, Ukraine. (Journal of Neurology and Neuroscience)18 July 2017
"The journal of cell science and therapy is a great scientific peer-reviewed journal. The journal provides exceptionally high quality of peer-review in such a short span of time. The dedicated editors always ensure a rapid and high quality review. The journal published outstanding articles since the very beginning with no compromise of quality. In fact one of my article previously published in the cell science and therapy, titled, “Dissociative Identity Disorder: A pathophysiological phenomenon” became the top most read article among all of my papers published in 2016 on researchgate. The journal provides quick editing service in order to correct tiny grammatical and spelling errors that are occasionally left unintentionally by some authors. Thus, the journal publishes extremely high quality articles. The journal plans to publish more high quality articles in the future to enhance and increase the knowledge among the students and the fellow researchers."
Consultant Neuroscientist, Visiting Neuroscientist, University of California, USA. (Journal of Cell Science & Therapy)18 July 2017
"The Journal of Molecular Biomarkers and Diagnosis is a high quality open access platform for rapid communication of research progress and discovery in the biomarkers and closely related fields. I had the opportunity to publish three papers for this journal (a research paper, an editorial and an image article). The entire publishing process went very smoothly, from uploading of the drafts to the acceptance of the definitive version of the papers. The review process provided to authors with outstanding suggestions and comments that significantly improve the quality of the initial manuscripts. Moreover, right from the beginning, this journal continuously augment the standard of published articles. Based on these reasons, I do consider that the journal will increase visibility and impact factor sooner rather than later. I do expect that my collaboration with Journal of Molecular Biomarkers and Diagnosis will continue for a long time in the future and I do recommend researchers worldwide to use this publishing platform as a mean to make noticeable their scientific works."
Laboratory of Specific Recognition and Biological Activity Assays, Center of Molecular Immunology, Cuba (Journal of Molecular Biomarkers & Diagnosis)tyu18 July 2017