Journal of Immunology and Regenerative Medicine is now open for submissions

The Journal of Immunology and Regenerative Medicine is a brand new peer-reviewed journal aiming to explore the potential and essential roles of the immune system in tissue and organ development, maintenance, response to environmental stressors, response to injury, and in the processes of tissue repair and regeneration.

The journal’s expert editorial team is headed by Editor-in-Chief, Stephen F. Badylak at University of Pittsburgh, USA, and Deputy Editor, Thomas Wynn at the National Institutes of Health, USA.

“This new journal provides a forum for publication of original research papers, reviews, short communications, and editorials directed at the interface of the fields of Immunology and Regenerative Medicine.”, say the editors. “We have assembled a distinguished expert group of Associate Editors and Editorial Board Members who will assure a timely review of all manuscripts and maintain the highest standards of quality and scientific rigor, while providing equal opportunity for the publication of studies originating in either community.”

Visit the Journal of Immunology and Regenerative Medicine homepage to read the full Guide for Authors and submit your paper online.

Here are five reasons why the Journal of Immunology and Regenerative Medicine is the perfect platform for your research:

Rapid online publication

The Journal of Immunology and Regenerative Medicine uses an Article-Based Publishing system in which your article will receive full volume and page citation details upon proof correction, so your work can be cited straight away.

No submission or page fees

We will not charge you for submitting your research to the Journal and we do not impose word limits or page fees. If you would like to publish your research on an open access basis, you can find out more here.

You can publish illustrations and figures in color for free

As an online-only journal, all images and figures will be published in full color, free of charge.

Enrich your research with 3D viewers and Virtual Microscope

Authors are encouraged to take advantage of Elsevier’s article enrichment tools including: protein and 3D radiological/neuroimaging viewers, antibody database linking, and the Virtual Microscope. Find out more about the available tools here.

Share your research

You will be emailed a ShareLink once the final version of your article is published online. This special link offers 50 days of free online access to your article for you to share with your colleagues and on your social media networks.