Dr Greg Kearney (East Carolina University) on publishing in Environmental Health Insights

Posted Mon, Jul, 07,2014

We asked Dr Kearney about his experience publishing in Environmental Health Insights.  Here’s what he told us:“My experience in publishing with Environmental Health Insights was positive from the beginning of the initial manuscript submittal, to the published product. The peer reviewers provided helpful suggestions, while the editorial  and production staff kept me fully info...

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Published Recently (13rd June – 5th July)

Posted Thu, Jul, 03,2014

We are pleased to announce the publication of the following peer reviewed papers.  Sign up to receive email alerts to receive immediate notification of new papers.Analytical Chemistry InsightsPreliminary Development of a Fiber Optic Sensor for Measuring BilirubinBioinformatics and Biology InsightsIn Silico Studies of Medicinal Compounds Against Hepatitis C Capsid Protein from North IndiaBioma...

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Dr Abdalla Bowirrat on Devic’s Disease

Posted Wed, Jul, 02,2014

Neuromyelitis optica (NMO) was described by Eugène Devic in 1894 and it is known since then as Devic’s NMO (Devic’s disease). It is uncommon heterogeneous inflammatory demyelinating neuro-immunological disease of the central nervous system (CNS) that is characterized by severe attacks of optic neuritis (ON) and transverse myelitis with contiguous spinal cord MRI lesion extendi...

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Dr Mussa Almalki on Giant Prolactinomas

Posted Wed, Jul, 02,2014

A prolactinoma is a non-cancerous, iatrogenic lump of the pituitary gland, which triggers over secretion of the hormone “prolactin”. While it can occur in both sexes and at any age, it is more common in women aged 20-50 years. It is the most common type of pituitary tumor and is classified according to tumor size: microadenomas are <10 mm and macroadenomas are >10mm. A rare typ...

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Benefits for Peer Reviewers

Posted Tue, Jun, 24,2014

All submitted manuscripts to Libertas are subject to peer review by two to three peer reviewers per manuscript.  These reviews go toward the peer review report completed by the editor in chief or associate editor. Because of our extensive peer review practice, and because of natural growth in the quantity of submissions received, we now seek new volunteer peer reviewers.  Being a peer re...

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What We Get Asked Here at Libertas

Posted Tue, Jun, 17,2014

Customer satisfaction is something that we take very seriously at Libertas. One of our areas of focus is ensuring that all queries are answered quickly and efficiently. Below is a summary of a few frequently asked questions:Do you charge article processing fees?Because the majority of our journals are open access we charge article processing fees. These vary depending on journal. However we do not...

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I have had nothing but positive experiences publishing with Libertas Academica.  The publication procedure is as quick and smooth as any I've encountered, and the peer review process is sufficiently rigorous that the reader can have complete confidence in the content of its journals.
Dr Michele A. Faulkner (Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Medicine, Creighton University, Omaha, NE, USA)
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