PUBLISH OR PERISH
QUALITY OPEN ACCESS PUBLISHER IN MEDICAL SCIENCES
Medical Science Case Reports (MSCR) developed as an independent journal in 2014 from the Case Reports Section of the Medical Science Monitor. MSCR is an Open Access, peer-reviewed online journal, which aims at contributions advancing health professional education and coverage of original case reports from all medical specialties. MSCR expands medical knowledge and thus may be used for teaching and research purposes. The Journal focuses on unusual as well as common (but educational) clinical scenarios. Case reports are often first publications in early academic career. MSCR makes it possible for authors to submit ready-to-review manuscripts and provides a unique option for authors who need editorial and linguistic support as well guidance in finalizing their case reports.
Medical Sciences Review (MSR) developed as an independent journal in 2014 from the Reviews Section of the Medical Science Monitor. MSR is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that is dedicated to publishing reviews and meta-analysis papers in all areas of medicine and biomedical research.
Medical Science Monitor (MSM) established in 1995 is an international, peer-reviewed scientific journal which publishes original articles in Clinical Medicine and related disciplines such as Epidemiology and Population Studies, Product Investigations, Development of Laboratory Techniques :: Diagnostics and Medical Technology which enable presentation of research or review works in overlapping areas of medicine and technology such us (but not limited to): medical diagnostics, medical imaging systems, computer simulation of health and disease processes, new medical devices, etc. Reviews and Special Reports - papers may be accepted on the basis that they provide a systematic, critical and up-to-date overview of literature pertaining to research or clinical topics. Meta-analyses are considered as reviews. A special attention will be paid to a teaching value of a review paper.
Medical Science Monitor is internationally indexed in Thomson-Reuters Web of Science, Journals Citation Report (JCR), Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI), Index Medicus MEDLINE, PubMed, PMC, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, Chemical Abstracts CAS and Index Copernicus.
Medical Science Monitor Basic Research (MSMBR) developed as an independent journal in 2014 from the Basic Research Section of the Medical Science Monitor. It is an Open Access (OA), continuous, primary electronic journal that encompasses all fundamental and molecular aspects of basic medical sciences, emphasizing molecular studies of biomedical problems and molecular mechanisms of diseases.
MSMBR publish laboratory and in vitro studies, animal research, molecular biology, fundamental aspects of medical biochemistry, drug research, biotechnology and development of laboratory techniques. The Journal accepts submissions of original papers, short communications, hypothesis and review papers.
MSMBR is indexed by Thomson-Reuters Web of Science Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), Index Medicus/MEDLINE, PubMed, PMC, Index Copernicus
American Journal of Case Reports, established in 1999 is the oldest scholarly journal aimed at gathering case reports across all medical disciplines, thereby integrating international medical knowledge.
Clinical case reports are an invaluable first-hand source of evidence in medicine and a tool most often used in practice to exchange information and generate a more expanded search for evidence. In addition to the “evidence of what happened”, single or multiple cases are an important basis for further and more advanced research on diagnosis, treatment effectiveness, causes and outcomes of disease. However limited their conclusions may be, case reports remain a fundamental component of medicine, contribution greatly to the advancement of heath care.
Medical Sciences Technology (MST) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that is dedicated to publishing research in all areas of the applied technology in medicine and biomedical research. MST is aimed at readers and authors with the main interest in the applied technology to solve problems in the medical and biological sciences and overlapping areas of medicine and technology such us (but not limited to): medical diagnostics, medical imaging systems, computer simulation of health and disease processes, new medical devices, etc.
We encourage applications in medical informatics, bioinformatics, clinical medicine , bioengineering, bioimaging, rehabilitation, translational and clinical informatics with major emphasis in new methods , techniques, and their applications which form the basis for the evolving biomedical sciences.