Posted Wed, Apr, 11,2012
We continually seek highly qualified individuals to join our journals' volunteer peer reviewer pools.
Volunteer peer reviewers perform a key role in the scholarly publication process by contributing peer review reports on submissions upon request. They augment journals' editorial boards, which are the primary source of reviewers.
To apply to become a volunteer peer reviewer visit the registration page. Applications meeting the criteria described there are considered by each journal's Editor in Chief or Associate Editor.
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