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Journal of International Life Sciences Research

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SAGE has launched the Journal of International Life Sciences Research (JILSR), a new open access (OA) journal dedicated to the rapid publication of high-quality articles in the form of life sciences research and review papers.

As a companion to the Journal of International Medical Research, which has been in publication for over 40 years, JILSR will similarly help authors from developing countries to get published, but with a focus on life sciences. JILSR will publish articles from a range of disciplines, and the journal is now open for submissions.

Editor-in-chief, Malcolm Lader of King’s College London, said: 'The Journal of International Life Sciences Research builds on the success of its sister journal to facilitate rapid publication of high-quality life sciences research. It provides the same rapid and thorough peer review, followed by in-depth, high-quality technical editing. I look forward to working with SAGE to provide a valuable forum for this research.'

Karen Philips, editorial director at Sage, added: 'The launch of the Journal of International Life Sciences Research will provide a platform on which to publish life sciences research. At SAGE, one of our core publishing missions is to support the development of important research fields, ensuring the greatest access and dissemination of key research. We look forward to working with the editorial board and seeing the journal develop and grow internationally.'