CytoJournal Core Reviewers are the most critical part of CytoJournal community. They support its high standard peer-review process which translates into the final high quality CytoJournal articles.
If you are included in the ‘CytoJournal Core Reviewers’ list, you will periodically receive CytoJournal manuscripts through CytoJournal online manuscript submission and review system (https://editorialassist.com/cytojournal).
Your ID for the system is your e-mail address. So it is critical that you periodically check and update your e-mail & other details through your log-in area. Please make it sure that your e-mail platform is optimized to accept all e-mails from CytoJournal (and check your spam/junk folder periodically for any communications in this matter. Please optimize your platform by selecting appropriate choices such as ‘Not junk mail’ etc.)
As ‘CytoJournal Core Reviewer’ you will receive an e-mail assigning a particular
CytoJournal manuscript to you. If you Do not decline the article (which can be done by clicking the ‘decline’ links provided in the initial e-mail if you miss at this stage, you may log in as reviewer through https://editorialassist.com/cytojournal and decline through the link under that manuscript in your queue at any time). If the review report is not received in stipulated period, the system automatically sends friendly reminders. To Avoid these reminders it is important to ‘decline’ the manuscript if you are planning not to review a particular manuscript
for any reason. (The sequence is different for ‘Guest Reviewers’ who are not part of CytoJournal Core Reviewers and are not in the list on the web).
List of CytoJournal Core Reviewers
(CytoJournal core Reviewer list is updated adding CytoJournal reviewers as they are invited and have accepted the invitation to review the CytoJournal manuscript). If you opt to be removed from the list, please write to email@example.com).
Join as CytoJournal Core Reviewrs
Submit a review report click here
Scholars are encouraged to join as CytoJournal Reviewer. The List is one of the significant resource to invite qualified reviewers to invite them as CytoJournal Core Reviewer. If they are invited and have completed the review of CytoJournal manuscripts, they are automatically included in the published list of CytoJournal Core Reviewers. This data is important resource of updated contact details to invite the review.
Click here to read CytoJournal Peer Review Process.
Callaham M, Schiger D, Copper RJ: An instructional guide for peer-review of Biomedical manuscripts.
Shidham VB, Sandweiss L, Atkinson BF, First CytoJournal Peer-Reviewer’s Retreat in 2006-opem access, peer-review, and impact factor.
The quality of a journal depends on the quality of articles published, which in turn depends upon the quality of refereeing process and reviewers. Not only the quality in terms of the content, but also the quality in terms of providing early and fast reply to authors and the period from the receipt of an article to its publication depends on the referees. To say in minimum words, referees are the backbone of any peer-reviewed journal. ‘World rely on journals and journals rely on referees’ – such is the importance of a referee.
We are fortunate to have the services of following experts for our review process.
If you are already a reviewer, to update your details, please click here login as reviewer and update it.