Peer Review

Advances in Medical and Biological Sciences uses double-blind review that means that reviewer’s and author’s identities are concealed throughout the review process. The Editors will first assess the overall paper and then decide if it fits the aims and scope of journal. Thus, editors will decide either the manuscript is rejected, or to include it in the reviewing process.  In the latter case, two independent reviewers will be asked to read and comment on the quality of the manuscript, under criteria as scientific accuracy, adequacy of documentation, importance / significance. The Editor will mediate the discussion between reviewers and authors as necessary and, based on reviewers’ evaluation form, will be responsible for the final decision regarding the publication of submitted manuscript.