Journal of biomedical research and clinical case reports (JBRCCR)
Aim and Scope
Journal of Biomedical Research and Clinical Case Reports aims to publish the original articles on all aspects of the Biomedical research and clinical Case studies that makes advance our understanding of Biomedical research advances.
JBRCCR presents high visibility for authors work by indexing in various indexing sites and also provides free access to a broad readership with enhanced innovative web technologies, including interactive browsing and efficient data- and text-mining.
JBRCCR publishes a broad range of Biomedical sciences research articles including, but not limited to:
Blood & Circulatory System
Behavior and biomedical statistics
clinical diagnostic instruments
microbiology and virology
molecular, cellular and cancer biology
clinical trail design and methodology
,clinical research methods
Publication of article types:
Research articles: should report new scientific insights, original technologies or novel methods and must not have been previously published elsewhere, except in a preliminary form.
Review articles: Review articles should provide information about timely syntheses of topical themes that propose new ideas or a provocative new direction for a discipline within the specified topic.
Short communication: Should be presented with scientific significant content without exceeding more than 3000 words.
Case reports: Any clinical case or procedure that illustrates an important best practice clinical guideline and cases which enhance understanding of disease process, its diagnosis, management and clinicopathological correlation.
Editorials: Should be describing the current trends in particular field within aim and scope of the Journal.
As Journal of Biomedical Research and Clinical Case Reports follows the Creative Commons Attribution License and scholars open access publishing policies, readers can freely access the published articles through online and JBRCCR will be kept up to date with latest advances in the field of neurology. All published articles will be assigned with unique Digital Objective Identifier provided by Cross Ref.