About the Journal
Journal of Medical and Scientific Research (JMSR) (ISSN 2321-1323-Print; ISSN 2394-112X-Online) is an open access, peer-reviewed international and indexed (Index Copernicus, Scientific Indexing Services (SIS), Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research, ResearchBib, TDNet and J-Gate) journal published quarterly by the KIMS Foundation and Research Centre. The journal encourages submission of manuscripts with relevance to (but not limited to) clinical medicine, basic medicine, physiotherapy, pathology, microbiology, biochemistry, surgical research, public health and epidemiology, pharmacology and traditional Indian medicine. The Journal also contains original research, case reports, letters to the editor, editorials, short communications, news and commentary, and review articles.
Open Access License
JMSR adopts the Creative Commons Attribution License to all works published providing immediate and permanent access for free to all types of original works. The license grants copyrights to the author concerned and make the articles available for their dissemination. Anyone can use the articles in any constructive way as long as the credit is given to the author and citation to the original source.
This broad license facilitates reader free online access to all types of original works and grants permission to reuse, re-copy and reproduce the work. Under this license, the author is free to make their work available to Open Access and distribution without any permission from the publisher. For queries about the license, please contact us.
Journal of Medical and Scientific Research recognizes the effort and involvement of a scholar in publishing an academic research work. JMSR adopts high ethical and publications standards in accordance to the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) guidelines. To ensure fair evaluation process, all the submitted manuscripts undergo double-blind peer review process. The process involves strict measures to prevent plagiarism, redundancy of manuscripts, fabrication of data and multiple submissions.
A declaration should be provided for any report on experiments involving human subjects substantiating that informed consent was obtained from the subject(s) and/or guardian(s). In the cover letter corresponding author should clearly state that the informed consent was obtained.
Submission of Manuscripts
Manuscripts must be submitted to JMSR electronically using the online submission system Or as an email attachment to the editorial office at email@example.com. Depending on the article type, full details on how to prepare and submit a manuscript are given in the Instructions to Authors.