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Editor in Chief: John P. Pestian
Aims & Scope: Biomedical Informatics Insights is an international, open access, peer reviewed journal which consi... more
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Processing Speed: Blind peer review by minimum of two expert reviewers and independent editorial decision within three to four weeks. Publication within average four weeks following acceptance.
It's a great experience publishing with Biomedical Informatics Insights. I am particularly impressed with the in-depth and constructive comments provided by the reviewers within such a short time-frame. The typesetting was not only prompt, but most importantly, effective. In fact, this was among the very few publication experiences that I have had when no correction was needed in the author proofs. I highly recommend Biomedical Informatics Insights to both readers and prospective ...
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