Publishing Process

Step 1: Assemble

Manuscripts submitted for initial consideration must adhere to these standards:

  • Submissions must be complete with clearly identified standard sections used to report original research, free of annotations or highlights, and include all numbered and labeled components.
  • Figures, charts, tables, schemes, and equations should be embedded in the text at the point of relevance.
  • Templates are not required but may be useful to approximate how an article will be composed.
  • References can be provided in any style, but they must be complete, including titles.
  • Supporting Information must be submitted as a separate file(s) and may have journal-specific requirements.
  • Author names and affiliations on the manuscript must match what is entered into guide for authors.

Step 2: Submission

Pre-screening - The manuscript is first checked by the Journal Editorial Office for proper formatting and other requirements.

Assessment - It is then assessed by the Editor-in-Chief, Executive Editors, or Development Editors for scope, scientific merit, and significance to ensure it is a good fit for the journal.

Evaluation - An Associate Editor evaluates your manuscript to select appropriate experts for peer review.

Review - Authors will have a chance to review and approve the PDF version of their manuscripts prior to formal submission to the Editor.

Step 3: Peer Review

During submission, the author will be asked to provide a list of recommended reviewers. The editors will take this list into consideration but may invite other experts if your article is selected for peer review.

the manuscript will be thoroughly reviewed by at least three of your peers with the goal of validating and improving the content prior to publication. You may be asked to revise your manuscript slightly or to perform a few additional experiments. After revision, your manuscript will be re-evaluated considering your changes and additions.

Select - Peer Reviewers are selected.

Return - Detailed feedback from the reviews is returned to the author.

Revise - Revisions are made to the manuscript by the author.

Re-evaluate - The revisions from the author are re-evaluated by the editor and/or reviewers.

Decide - The final editorial decision is made.

Step 4: Publish, Transfer, Or Reject

After the author approve the final PDF of your manuscript, the Editor will carefully read and examine each manuscript, analyze each review, and decide if the manuscript will be published, transferred, or rejected.

We have outlined the next steps and options you can take depending on the outcome below with links to American journal of biomedicine Publications resources to help and support your next steps.


If the manuscript is selected for publication, the author will be notified to complete the publishing agreement, funding information, or payments that may be required. Refer to the quick links below to help navigate through these final steps.


Sometimes an editor finds that the research manuscript may have a greater impact and value in an alternate American journal of biomedicine. Our editors and editorial staff will work with other journal editors, when possible, to find the best placement for your hard work and to showcase your research to the best audience.


This is not a decision American journal of biomedicine Editors take lightly or without careful consideration towards the Author(s) and the work put into the research. You may have revisions to make based on the feedback or need some extra help to get your manuscript to re-submit.

Step 5: Share Your Work

When authors take action to share their research with the global scientific community, they help maximize its impact. American journal of biomedicine makes it easy to share your newly published research with American journal of biomedicine. It is essential to promote your research and related data on social media, at conferences, and through scholarly communication networks. The quick links below will help you figure out the best way to get your published work in front of the right audience.

The detailed route to final publication is as follows:

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The American Journal of BioMedicine reminds all authors that instances of:
1. plagiarism 2. Data fabrication and/or falsification. 3. Redundant publication. 4. Misrepresentation about the qualifications for authorship are the responsibility of every author listed on a paper, regardless of their intent of knowledge. If an author suspects or is aware of any of these irregularities in their manuscript, it is strongly recommended that the authors immediately contact the journal and initiate withdrawal of the submission.