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Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

CALL FOR REVIEWERS


 Become a reviewer for Interacting with Anil Aggrawal’s Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology.

*This journal receives a large number of manuscripts and other material for publication as original papers/review papers/high resolution pictures for poster presentation/UG material/PG material and contributions for a number of other sections.

*To be able to deal with large amount of unprocessed material, we are currently diversifying our reviewer pool. Younger scientists are encouraged specially, so they can be involved in paper publication process.

*Interested in reviewing or have questions? Email the editorial office by clicking here

 What is peer review?

Peer review is not only the foundation, but a very strong pillar of scientific publishing. It is an honest assessment of a piece of writing by a “peer”, a person who understands and practices the same science. When you are asked to review a manuscript that has been submitted for publication, you are helping the journal to “weed out” unsuitable material, and select what should be included in a well-respected journal. Not only this, simultaneously, your expertise is being acknowledged and your opinion is being valued. Our reviewers – by accepting only high quality original papers – help us to publish only the highest quality research and reviews.

 Who can become a reviewer?

If you are active in the field of forensics/criminology/law and related sciences and can objectively evaluate the quality and rigor of research, we want you! Send us your latest CV attached with your high resolution photograph. We are looking for peer reviewers with following qualities:

• Should have sound academic credentials

• Should be active in the field of forensics; new research paradigm: interaction process and methodology

• Should provide constructive criticism to authors.

 Benefits of reviewing for this journal

Becoming involved in the peer review process for this journal can be a highly rewarding experience for the following reasons:

• Reviewers are recognized on an annual basis in the journal; Please Click here to see how reviewers are acknowledged.

• If you are interested in joining the editorial board, you would be able to do so, after you have completed 100 peer reviews.

• You can get academic credit for your peer review by signing in your Web of Science/Clarivate/ORCID Academic profile. Please click here to sign in or register

• You get complimentary access to academic material [papers/books etc needed to consult for reviewing etc.]. You need to send us PMID of the paper required.

• You get a reviewers’ certificate after completing 25 reviews. Click here for an example.

 The peer review process

Remember that authors are our friends. Our aim is to improve their manuscripts. If grammar/spellings etc. are wrong, they may be advised to get it corrected through someone who is a native English speaker, or better still with a teacher of English language.

The manuscripts are checked especially for originality. We have a zero tolerance for plagiarism. Thus all manuscripts must be checked through an authentic antiplagiarism software [e.g., iThenticate].

References must always be checked, ensuring specially that they are all in uniform style [Vancouver style].

Manuscripts are always sent to two [in rare cases more also] independent reviewers. Based on the feedback from these reviewers and the editors' judgment, a decision is given on the manuscript.


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