Aim and Scope:
“Medical Hypothesis, Discovery & Innovation in Ophthalmology” is an international peer-reviewed (double-blind) journal published since January 2012.
We publish basic and clinical science studies related to ophthalmology as well as evidence-based ideas and hypotheses, look for discoveries, new modalities of treatment, innovative instruments, and manuscripts that contain creativity and ideas in visual sciences.
Published manuscripts should have not been accepted or will not be published elsewhere. Manuscripts should be devoid of any ethical problem or malpractice.
This journal is currently abstracted and indexed at Embase, Chemical Abstracts, PubMed Central, ProQuest, and Scopus. The Journal follows ICMJE and WAME ethical principles. In case of any ethical malpractice (fraud, plagiarism, etc.), we treat based on the guidelines of WAME, ICMJE, COPE, and all principles presented at this webpage.
NLM Title Abbreviation: Med Hypothesis Discov Innov Ophthalmol
ISO Abbreviation: Med Hypothesis Discov Innov Ophthalmol
ISSN: 2322-3219 (Electronic), 2322-4436 (Print)
NLM ID: 101611331
OCLC no.: 1158205168
Publisher: International Virtual Ophthalmic Research Center (IVORC), registered non-profit corporation, in Texas, United States.
Open access: Yes
Advertising Policy: We do not accept advertisements.
Archiving: From Spring 2012 to Summer 2020 in PubMedCentral.The journal articles are indexed in Scopus since January 2020.
Copyright: This is an open-access Journal. All manuscripts would be distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 4.0 International License which permits copy and redistribute the material just in noncommercial usages if the original work is properly cited.
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Article Processing Fee:
The Journal receives no government, educational, charitable, or any other kind of funding. We do not accept advertisements. Therefore, we publish the journal based on the article processing fees obtained from the authors. Submission of a manuscript and peer-review processes are free of charge. An article-processing fee applies only to accepted manuscripts. If a paper is accepted for publication, the authors need to pay a publication processing fee equal to 2400 EURO prior to proof.
Article Processing Fee covers the cost of open access manuscript, journal production, web hosting, CMS, database, online repository, archiving, XML conversion, reference formatting, unlimited number of color figures, and free extensive English editing.