Announcements

The latest Impact Factors have been released and are updated in our site!

Not a Current Subscriber?

Subscribe Now

4531 Journals
3342 Congresses
7800+ Unique Records

Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences


Title Abbreviation
J Pharm Sci
ISSN
0022-3549
Electronic ISSN
1520-6017
Readership
Chemists, Clinical Pharmacists, Clinical Pharmacologists, Medicinal Chemists, Pharmaceutical Benefits Managers, Pharmacists, Pharmaco-Epidemiologists, Pharmacologists
Scope
The Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences will publish original research papers, original research notes, invited topical reviews (including Minireviews), and editorial commentary and news. The area of focus shall be concepts in basic pharmaceutical science and such topics as chemical processing of pharmaceuticals, including crystallization, lyophilization, chemical stability of drugs, pharmacokinetics, biopharmaceutics, pharmacodynamics, pro-drug developments, metabolic disposition of bioactive agents, dosage form design, protein-peptide chemistry and biotechnology specifically as these relate to pharmaceutical technology, and targeted drug delivery.
Sponsoring Association(s)
American Pharmacists Association (APhA)
Publisher Name
Elsevier Inc - NY
To see more details about Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Subscribe Now!
Impact Factor JCR Categories/Rank Eigenfactor Article Influence Score Electronic Circulation Submission to Acceptance Acceptance to Online Publication Rejection Rate Frequency Journal Contact Author Submission Guidelines

Testimonials

"PubsHub [Journals & Congresses] is an indispensable tool when trying to find the perfect home for a manuscript. It is an unbeatable aid when it comes to wise and efficient journal selection."
 
– Kait G
Editorial-Project Editor
"It’s useful for establishing publication timelines, communicating them to management and setting expectations accordingly"
– Michael K.
Medical Communications Leader
"…a gold mine of information for clinicians and scientists who are trying to determine where to publish their research."
- Weill Cornell Medical Library