Call for Young Editorial Board Members - Join Now!
Advanced Chemicobiology Research (ACBR) is a fully open access interdisciplinary journal dedicated to advancing the latest scientific research and discoveries in the fields of chemistry and biology. The journal focuses on research that seeks to answer biological questions by directly exploring living systems at the chemical level, as well as research that integrates chemistry and biology in new ways, especially those that provide important conceptual or methodological advances that may open up innovations in research pathways.
To further promote the development of ACBR and provide an academic exchange platform for young scholars, ACBR Editorial Office is now looking for young scientists to join the Young Editorial Board. The platform aims to allow young scholars to exchange the latest research ideas, comment on peer work, and practice editorial board management while collaborating with the current Editorial Board.
- - Under the age of 40.
- - Hold a PhD in a field relevant to the journal.
- - With a research background in chemical biology and have published academic papers in related fields in the past 3 years.
- - Provide suggestions and guidance for the development of the journal.
- - Publicize and promote the journal among academic platforms and peers.
- - Participate in the journal's peer review process by soliciting and assessing manuscripts.
- - Members are encouraged to contribute scholarly work and organize special issues in related subject areas.
- - The publication fee will be waived.
- - Appointment certificates (one-year term) will be issued, and outstanding members will be extended.
- - Members of the Young Editorial Board will be presented on the journal's web page.
Young Editorial Board members will be recruited through self-recommendation and editorial selection. Please send your curriculum vitae with a list of peer-reviewed publications to email@example.com.
To view current Editorial Board members, visit the editorial team page.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the ACBR Editorial Office.
Editorial Office of Advanced Chemicobiology Research