Aims and Scope
Founded in the summer of 2020, Medical hypothesis, discovery & innovation in optometry, is an international, open-access, double-blinded peer-reviewed, quarterly journal that considers publications related to optometry. The aim is to present a scientific medium of communication for researchers in the field of optometry. The journal is of interest to a broad audience of visual scientists and publishes original articles, reviews, case reports, and commentaries after a rigorous peer-review process with more interest in original articles. The journal is affiliated with and published by the "IVORC" (Registration File Number: 803630055), a registered non-profit corporation in Austin, Texas, United States. We provide English editing for papers as a complimentary free-of-charge service.
Abbreviation: Med Hypothesis Discov Innov Optom
LCCN Permalink: https://lccn.loc.gov/2020203045
Publication history: Began with: Vol. 1, No. 1 (2020)
Current frequency: Quarterly
Publisher: International Virtual Ophthalmic Research Center (IVORC), registered non-profit corporation, in Texas, United States.
Open access: Yes
Advertising Policy: We do not accept advertisements.
Ombudsman Department: firstname.lastname@example.org
Article Processing Fee: The journal receives no governmental, educational, charitable, or any other kind of funding. We do not accept advertisements and, therefore, require authors to pay the article-processing fees. Submission of a manuscript and peer-review processes are free of charge. A publication-processing fee of 2400 EUR applies to accepted manuscripts prior to proof. It covers the cost of open-access, journal production, web hosting, CMS, database, online repository, archiving, XML conversion, reference formatting, an unlimited number of color figures, and extensive English editing.