/Progress in Biology: Call for Editorial Board Members, 2017-2019

Progress in Biology: Call for Editorial Board Members, 2017-2019

On behalf of Editor-in-Chief Phuc Van Pham, we are pleased to announce that Progress in Biology is seeking qualified candidates who are willing to serve, if elected, in the position of Editorial Board Member.

According to the charter of BioMedPress, the Member term for Progress in Biology is for 3 years, with the possibility of reappointment to one additional term.

 

Basic Requirements

1. The applicant must hold PhD (doctoral) degree, or be Professor of accredited academic institution;

2. The applicant must have good experience in his/ her specific research field;

3. The research field of the applicant must conform to the scope of our journal.

Professional Requirements

  1. Possess a very strong command of the English language, including verbal and written fluency;
  2. Provide a current electronic resume or curriculum vitae;
  3. Provide as areas of expertise/specialty a listing of classifications and sub-classifications for each classification. An additional, optional submission of the applicant’s publications and presentations for the past 10 years relevant to his/her indicated areas of expertise/specialty accompanying the required classification listing will greatly increase the likelihood of being selected as a reviewer;

Editorial Requirements

  1. Agree to return manuscripts in a timely manner;
  2. Agree to review the first revision of a manuscript for which he/she provided the initial review;
  3. Agree to be released as a reviewer after two refusals to review, two failures to review, or three late reviews;
  4. Agree to be rated as a reviewer this will reflect future selection to review.

 

If you are interested in becoming our reviewers/Editorial Board members, please send your current electronic resume or curriculum vitae to us at: managingeditor@bmrat.org; or pvphuc@bmrat.org no later than 30th Nov 2017.

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