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 MedSci Publisher Open Access Policy
 How to Be an Editor in MedSci Publisher
 MedSci Publisher Peer Review Policy
 MedSci Publisher Article Processing Charges Policy
 MedSci Publisher Privacy Statements
 MedSci Publisher Advertisement Policy
 MedSci Publisher Website Terms and Conditions

MedSci Publisher's Open Access Policy

Every peer-reviewed research article published in MedSci Publisher journals is Open Access, which means:


1. The article is universally and freely accessible without any charges.

The article can be accessed by Internet without charges, and it will be deposited immediately to at least one of the well known international open access repositories with convenient readable format when published. Nowadays the format tends to be XML with public DTD.

2. The article is permitted unrestricted use, reproduce or redistribute, provided the original work is properly cited.

MedSci Publisher publishes open access journals online under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License. All articles published in MedSci Publisher will be permitted unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

An open access article in MedSci Publisher journals is identified by .


How to Be an Editor in MedSci Publisher

MedSci Publisher welcomes any biologists from around the world who are committed to contribute his expertise in science to the community and any people who want to become an editor to join our team. To become a qualified editor, you have to start as a reviewer and eventually with online and practical trainings become qualified as an editor.


The evolutionary process of an editor in MedSci Publisher

1.Volunteer Reviewer

Register as a volunteer reviewer is the starting point for your editing career in MedSci Publisher. Click here to register as a reviewer.

2.Invited Reviewer

MedSci Publisher invites academic professionals worldwide to become our peer reviewers. These qualified individuals will automatically become our invited reviewers. Meanwhile, we will also select capable volunteer reviews as our invited reviews. Invited reviewer’s name will be listed on our website and the list will be reviewed annually.

3. Section Editor

The Section Editor is in charge of organizing, reviewing and editing the manuscript for a specific topic in a journal. The section editor position requires plenty of reviewing experiences and expertise in a professional field. In addition, the person should understand our MedSci Publisher's ideals and is familiar with our publishing policies. The section editors, including full time section editor and section editor at large, are invited or appointed by MedSci Publisher.

4. Full Editor

Full Editor is responsible for organizing, reviewing and editing the manuscript for a designated journal. The position requires rich experience in journal publication with a deep understanding of MedSci Publisher's ideals and familiarity with our publishing policies. The full editor should also have an immense background knowledge and expertise in a professional field. The full editor, also including full-time full editor and full editor at large, is invited or appointed by MedSci Publisher.

We welcome you to join MedSci Publisher, a publishing platform full of beliefs and ideals. It is our unswerving aim to make MedSci Publisher the world's most outstanding publishing platform for academic journals in life sciences.


■ MedSci Publisher Peer Review Policy

All journals published in MedSci Publisher have been fully peer reviewed. For more detail about MedSci Publisher peer review policy, please read MedSci Publisher Peer Review section.


MedSci Publisher Article Processing Charges Policy

In order to keep open access policy with no subscription charges, MedSci Publisher defrays publication costs from article-processing charges. MedSci Publisher's standard article processing charge is 1200 CAD per article.

For more details about MedSci Publisher's charge policy, please read the MedSci Publisher Charge FAQ section.