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Editor in Chief: Todd W. Miller
Aims & Scope: The primary mission of Translational Oncogenomics is to provide an open-access, peer-reviewed, rapi... more
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Journal Directories: Academic Journals Database, EBSCO A-Z, HINARI, JournalSeek, JournalTOCs, OAJSE, Scirus, Ulrich's Periodicals
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.
As an author of a review published in Translational Oncogenomics, I was impressed by the prompt processing and speed of publication. The entire submission, review and publication process was easy, quick and pleasant. The comments from reviewers and associate editor were high quality, scientifically deep and objective. It was a great pleasure to cooperate with such qualified and friendly team. I highly recommend publication in Libertas Academica journals.
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