The Journal of Health and Life Sciences provides an opportunity of publishing scientific papers, which deal with broad areas of biological and medical science, including molecular and cellular biology, biochemistry, biophysics, human physiology, genetics, pathology, fundamental and clinical medicine, modeling of biological processes, bioinformatics, etc. The journal also serves as a forum to facilitate the communication between biologists and physicians that will translate into new research opportunities and discoveries. The journal publishes research articles, reviews, short communications and letters. Journal publishes articles in English and Russian languages.The journal is currently indexed in Russian Scientific Citation Index and is a State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles approved journal.
AYDARKIN Eugeny K.- Chief Editor, PhD, Professor, Director of the Academy of Biology and Biotechnology, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don
APANASENKO Genady L. - MD, professor, Kiev Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Kiev
BELYAEV Vasili S. - academician of the Academy of Natural Sciences, Honored Worker of Physical Culture of the Russian Federation, Ph.D., professor, Institute of Education Physical Education SEI MSPU g. Moscow
KAZIN Eduard M. - academician of the International Higher Education Academy Of Sciences (IHEAS), Honored Worker of Science, Ph.D., Professor, Kemerovo State University, Kemerovo
KIROY Valery N. Corresponding Member IHEAS, Ph.D., Professor, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don
KOLBANOV Vladimir V. - Academician of the Academy of Pedagogical and Social Sciences, MD, professor, St. Petersburg State Medical University. Academician IP Pavlov, St. Petersburg
LEBEDEV Yuri A. - Doctor of Philosophy, Academician of RAE, Professor, Nizhny Novgorod Architectural University, Nizhny Novgorod
CHORAYAN Ovanes G. - Chairman of the Editorial Board, Honored Worker of Science, Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Doctor of Biology, Professor, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don
AYDARKIN Eugeny K.- Deputy Chairman of the Editorial Board, PhD, Professor, Director of the Academy of Biology and Biotechnology, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don
ANTONENKO Natalia G. - Secretary of the Editorial Board, Director, Publishing and printing complex KIBI Media Center, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don
KAZNACHEEV Vlail P. - academician of the Academy of Medical Sciences, Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Doctor of Medicine, Professor, Chief Researcher URAMN "Scientific Center of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Siberian Branch of the Academy of Medical Sciences", Novosibirsk
LISCHUK Vladimir A. - Academician of the Academy of Medical Technical Sciences, Doctor of Biology, Professor, Chairman of the Problem Commission "Fundamental principles of individual and public health" and "Medical and Biological Informatics" RAMS Scientific Center of Cardiovascular Surgery. Bakuleva RAMS, Moscow
MATISHOV Gennady G. - Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, D.Sc., professor, director of the Murmansk Marine Biological Institute, chairman of the Southern Scientific Center RAS, Rostov-on-Don
SOKOLOV Eduard M. - Academician of IIA, Honored Worker of Science and Technology of Russia, Professor, Tula State Technical University, Tula
SHLENOV Yuri V. - Doctor of Economics, professor, Russian State University of Innovation Technologies and Entrepreneurship, Moscow
SHKURAT Tatyana P. - Doctor of Biology, Professor, Director of the Institute of Biology and Southern Federal University
English and multi- language issues only. Russian issues archive
I. All experimental procedures, disregarding the involvement of either animals or humans, must follow Bioethical guidelines and should be approved by local bioethical committee, if possible. Bioethics following must be clearly stated in Materials and Methods section. For more information, please refer to unesco.org/new/en/social-and-human-sciences/themes/bioethics/ and grants.nih.gov/grants/olaw/olaw.htm.
II. The journal works in agreement with the COPE guidelines (for details, please visit publicationethics.org). Thus, all papers, disregarding the article type, must be original contributions following ethics in publishing guidelines. Redundant publications and plagiarism are strictly prohibited and will cause, in addition to immediate manuscript rejection, including of all infringing authors into authors black list which will be shared with other publishers. Redundant publishing of the paper already issued in Valeology journal will cause immediate retraction of the paper from the journal and informing the third-party publisher on the publication ethics infringement.
1. Each manuscript must be accompanied by Cover letter, graphics and tables, figure and table captions.
2. Cover letter must include names, positions and e-mail addresses of two potential referees, of which none must be from the authors institution(s). Cover letter may inform the Editorial office that the accompanying manuscript was previously rejected by a journal having IF>1.5. Cover letter may include information on potential conflicts of interests in members of Editorial board, as well as a list of non-preffered reviewers with the conflicts of interests explanations.
3. Figures must be sent as separate files in the highest resolution and be embedded in the manuscript in desirable resolution (for the peer-review process only).
4. All Tables with their captions must be sent in a single file apart from the manuscript, and be embedded in the manuscript (for the peer-review process only).
5. Manuscripts may be sent to the members of the Editorial board: Lyudmila N. Ivanitskaya (firstname.lastname@example.org). Only electronic manuscripts are accepted for evaluation. The manuscript may be prepared using any word processing software, but must be MS Word .doc-format-compatible and be sent in .doc file format.
I. Title page. Title page must include Title, full names, e-mails and affiliations (with addresses) of all contributing authors. It is essential to provide the full contacts of the clearly designated corresponding author, including post address, readers’ correspondence e-mail, and contact phone number (for Editorial office only). If the paper is to be published in Russian, please provide Russian and English versions of the Title page.
II. Abstract, keywords and abbreviations. Abstract must be up to 300 words without subsections and references, but with paragraph breaks allowed. Abstract must represent the general structure of the manuscript, its ideas, methods, findings and conclusions. Please provide 4-6 keywords and complete list of abbreviations if these are not common in the field. If the paper is to be published in Russian, please provide both Russian and English versions of Abstract and Keywords.
III. Manuscript with embedded graphics and tables. Reviews, short communications and discussions are freeform manuscripts. For the original papers, the following sections are obligatory: introduction, materials and methods, results and discussion (either combined or separate), limitations, conclusions, acknowledgements (if any), conflicts of interests and references. Acknowledgements section may include gratitude expressions (to those contributed to the study or the manuscript but to extent not sufficient to consider them authors) and group author contributors list. Funding sources should also be provided in Acknowledgements section, if these had not influenced the conclusions made from the study. If any conflicts of interests exist, please provide the information in Conflicts of interests section. Otherwise, Conflicts of interests sections must contain “Nothing to declare” statement.
Within-text references should be provided within brackets and be presented as author(s) and date, e.g. [Ivanov, 1955; Ivanov and Petrov, 2012; Petrov et al., 2014].
Reference section should include alphabetically sorted references. If the paper is to be published in English, Russian references (if any) must be translated and marked with “[Russian]” tag.
Short official or NLM Catalog abbreviations of referenced journals are preferred.
The journal encourages the authors to provide PubMed IDs if possible.
All manuscripts submitted to the Journal are reviewed by the editorial staff. The purpose of this reviewing step is to ensure that the manuscripts conform to the author guidelines.
During the reviewing process, attention is paid to the following points in the first place:
Journal of Health and Life Sciences Editor in chief Evgeniy K. Aydarkin
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