Awardee/Corresponding Author: Niklas Sandler, Ph.D., Nanoform
Co-Authors: Heidi Öblom, Jiaxiang Zhang, Manjeet Pimparade, Isabell Speer, Maren Preis, and Michael Repka
What is AAPS PharmSciTech?
AAPS PharmSciTech (ISSN: 1530-9932) is a peer-reviewed, online-only journal committed to serving those pharmaceutical scientists and engineers interested in the research, development, and evaluation of pharmaceutical dosage forms and delivery systems, including drugs derived from biotechnology and the manufacturing science pertaining to the commercialization of such dosage forms. Submission of uninvited expert reviews and research articles are welcomed.
We invite submissions under the following article types:
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Letter to the Editor
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HOW CAN I BE A REVIEWER?
Reviewers are selected through identification of their pertinent expertise via their recent publications, both in AAPS PharmSciTech and as accessed through indices such as PUBMED and MEDLINE. Authors may also recommend reviewers, but reviewer selection is ultimately at the editor's discretion.
One of the critical elements in one's career as a pharmaceutical scientist is to peer review articles during the submission and publication process. Almost everyone has been asked to do this, often many times over short periods of time. It is helpful to learn the mechanics of reviewing papers in order to make the review process more efficient. This will complement your knowledge of the subject matter of the article.
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Reviewers for AAPS PharmSciTech are anonymous. The editor-in-chief, after a careful triage of each submitted article, will send the submitted article typically to four reviewers or content experts. The editor checks each article submitted to AAPS PharmSciTech for plagiarism before sending to reviewers. Although each author can suggest to the editor the names of several reviewers particularly knowledgeable about their work and the research field, these suggested scientists should not have any conflict or appearance of a conflict that would render their review biased.
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