BioScientific Review (BSR) is an open access peer-reviewed journal published on a quarterly basis. It provides a modern and multidisciplinary platform for free and fast publications broadly covering all aspects of life sciences. Research in the field of life sciences has grown at a bewildering pace during the last decade and BioScientific Review intends to publish momentous advances in all specialized areas of life sciences and bring them to light.

Bioscientific Review is an open access peer-reviewed journal published on a quarterly basis. It provides a modern and multidisciplinary platform for free and fast publications broadly covering all aspects of life sciences. Research in the field of life sciences has grown at a bewildering pace during the last decade and Bioscientific Review intends to publish momentous advances in all specialized areas of life sciences and bring them to light.

Bioscientific Review features original research papers, reviews, short communication, commentaries and letters to the editor. The journal prefers works of outstanding significance, relevance, and originality in all biological disciplines. We also welcome manuscripts that lie at an interface with other disciplines such as computation, mathematics, chemistry etc and tend to improve research standards in biology and beyond.

Bioscientific Review encourages authors to submit manuscripts regarding new developments and new technologies in the various field of biological sciences such as health, medicine, botany, and veterinary sciences. The journal further aims to promote research in hybrid and specialized disciplines ranging from molecular genetics to new microbiological, biochemical and immunological concepts in plant and animal sciences as well as human beings.

Subject areas include but are not limited to Molecular biology, Genetics, Infectious diseases, Biochemistry, Agriculture biotechnology, Immunology, Genomics and Proteomics, Immunology, Bioinformatics, Microbiology, Cell Biology, Enzymology, Physiology, Veterinary sciences, Structural biology, Neurology, Paleobiology, Pharmacology, Health and Epidemiological studies.

Call for Reviewers

2021-02-08

The BioScientific Review (BSR) is recruiting reviewers in the different journal fields. 

More information about the journal can be found on https://journals.umt.edu.pk/index.php/BSR

Reviewer requirements:

  • Must hold a primary or secondary academic faculty appointment at a university or research center
  • Must have one or more original research publications listed on his/her CV.
  • A statement of interest and most recent CV.
  • Willingness to review at least 1 manuscript in 6 months.
  • Readiness to commit to complete the assigned review within 14 days of request. If the reviewer is unable to complete the review within 14 days, she/he must notify the editorialofficebsr@umt.edu.pk

*Please see the Ethical policy and Peer Review Policy of the journal.

The peer-review process is a fundamental basis of scientific progress. We need your expertise as a reviewer to maintain the quality and efficiency of research.

 Interested reviewers should reply to this email address (editorialofficebsr@umt.edu.pk) with their interest stated and CV attached.

Please note that you will be contacted by a member of our Editorial team at your given email address if you qualify to serve as a reviewer. By sending us your CV you are agreeing to be contacted about this opportunity.

Vol 3 No 2 (2021): UNCORRECTED PROOFS

These articles have been accepted for publication and undergone full peer review but have not been through the copyediting, typesetting, pagination and proofreading process, which may lead to differences between this version and the Version of Record.

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