Biostatistics publishes papers that develop innovative statistical methods with applications to the understanding of human health and disease, including basic biomedical sciences. Papers should focus on methods and applications.
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Title, authors and affiliations, summary, keywords the body of the manuscript, acknowledgements, a short section describing the Supplementary Materials, and the references (excluding tables and figures) should not exceed 25 manuscript pages in the draft mode of the template.
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The Journal of Complex Networks, by Oxford University Press, publishes original articles and reviews with a significant contribution to the analysis and understanding of complex networks and its applications in diverse fields. Complex networks are loosely defined as networks with nontrivial topology and dynamics, which appear as the skeletons of complex systems in the real-world. The journal covers everything from the basic mathematical, physical and computational principles needed for studying complex networks to their applications leading to predictive models in molecular, biological, ecological, informational, engineering, social, technological and other systems.
For more details about the journal see http://comnet.oxfordjournals.org/.
The mission of The World Bank Economic Review is to encourage and support research in the field of development economics. We seek to publish and disseminate innovative theoretical and empirical research that identifies, analyzes, measures, and evaluates the macro and micro-economic forces that promote or impede economic development with a view towards providing the knowledge necessary for designing, implementing, and sustaining effective development policies in low and middle income countries. Our intended audience comprises a worldwide readership of economists and other social scientists in government, business, international agencies, universities, and research institutions.
The Journal of Logic and Computation aims to promote the growth of logic and computing, including, among others, the following areas of interest: Logical Systems, such as classical and non-classical logic, constructive logic, categorical logic, modal logic, type theory, feasible maths. The bulk of the content is technical scientific papers, although letters, reviews, and discussions, as well as relevant conference reviews, are included. For more information about the journal, see http://pasj.oxfordjournals
RPD publishes peer-reviewed papers covering all aspects of personal and environmental dosimetry and monitoring for both ionising and non-ionising radiations. This includes biological aspects, physical concepts, biophysical dosimetry, external and internal personal dosimetry and monitoring, environmental and workplace monitoring and accident dosimetry and dosimetry related to the protection of patients.
For more information about the journal, see http://rpd.oxfordjournals.org/.
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The aim of the Forestry journal, from Oxford University Press, is to publish high quality articles and reviews on all aspects of research, practice and policy that inform and promote the sustainable management of forests and trees.
The journal is inclusive of all subjects, geographical zones and study locations, including trees in urban environments, plantations and natural forests. It welcome papers that consider economic, environmental and social factors and, in particular, studies that take an integrated approach to sustainable management.
For more details about the journal, see http://forestry.oxfordjournals.org/.
The Computer Journal, published by Oxford University Press, is one of the longest-established journals serving all branches of the academic computer science community.
For more information about the journal see http://comjnl.oxfordjournals.org/.
Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health (EMPH) is an open access journal that publishes original, rigorous applications of evolutionary thought to issues in medicine and public health.
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EMPH aims to connect evolutionary biology with the health sciences to produce insights that may reduce suffering and save lives. Because evolutionary biology is a basic science that reaches across many disciplines, this journal is open to contributions on a broad range of topics, including relevant work on non-model organisms and insights that arise from both research and practice. All material to be considered for publication in Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health should be submitted in electronic form via the journal's online submission system. Full instructions for manuscript preparation and submission can be found at http://emph.oxfordjournals.org/
Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health (EMPH) is pioneering a new category of contributions called Clinical Briefs for which we are soliciting further submissions. Briefs are of two types: 1) Clinical—that take an explicitly evolutionary perspective to address a specific condition or pathology and 2) Foundational—that deal with basic topics underpinning an understanding of evolutionary principles that shed light on clinical conditions.
This novel type of publication is restricted to a one-page, 600-word summary, including references and figures, designed to be accessible in style and useful for practitioners. Both kinds of briefs use a standard template with three columns: Clinical Briefs use the first to discuss the targeted pathology, the second to discuss an evolutionary perspective on this pathology and the third to discuss future implications. Foundational Briefs use the first column to give a definition and background to the topic discussed, the second to give relevant examples from human biology and public health and the third to give specific examples from clinical medicine. Briefs can be easily downloaded and read from tablets and mobile phones. As with other contributions to EMPH, Briefs are peer-reviewed and searchable online.