Dermatology Archives is an open access, peer reviewed, multidisciplinary journal covering skin and the related dermatopathology. The journal seeks to contextualize its findings within the larger body of research. The journal includes recent advances emphasized to improve the understanding of disease and the safe and effective treatment of patients. We are focused to support the scientific innovation and advancement through sharing of high-quality papers documenting recent advances and new developments in all fields of experimental and clinical dermatology by increasing access to peer reviewed scientific literature.
The journal publishes various article types such as research, review, case reports, clinical images, short communications, perspectives, letters, etc., to gather all kinds of literature access in the field. The journal provides comprehensive collection of high quality manuscripts permission to use with proper citations under Creative Common Attribution License.
We mainly aim to develop knowledge, interventions and technology for use in healthcare to improve the treatment of patients. Making access easier will develop in bringing more advancement in the research community.
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston Veterans Affairs Medical Center
United States of America
Department of Radiology
Bard Cancer Center
United States of America
Chiou Consulting Inc
United States of America
Department of Medicine and Medical Specialties
University of Alcala de Henares
Department of Pediatrics
University of Messina
Department of Dermatology
Unidade Local de Saude do Alto Minho
Viana do Castelo
The general terms of the journal includes usage and accessibility to any of the downloaded or available content is free to use. Authors retain copyright, thus any content extracted and used from the journal will require the proper citation.
Authors who are publishing us will hold the copyrights of the published paper. Thus we recommend to use only with proper citations when used. This ensures that the content utilized will be solely for advancement of science and not for commercial usage.
The Publisher will not support the publication if the authors do not follow publication ethics such as, authorship, plagiarism, duplicate content, image integrity, consents, improper revision, competing financial interests, other competing interests, improper disclosures, breaking confidentiality and pre-publication publicity.
The published work in scholarly pages follows open access mode of publication. We encourage use and reuse of the published content when properly cited.
The editors handling the manuscripts may even take decisions based upon any issues that may raise concerns with reference to bioethics and biosecurity. Any Opinions/Perspective Articles that are opposing or bringing up any issue against animals, any public ethics or any security concerned aspects, the editor may bring to the publisher notice and we may help arrange a network to provide individual feedbacks before the publication. For such instances, the manuscript may be kept on hold until final review decisions.
The publisher holds the right to change any content of the website, terms and conditions at any time. Any such changes will be intimated upon the site and for the ones who may miss to access the journals, will be notified provided you been an author, editor, reviewer or a reader. The publisher will make the website available for 24 hours and 7 days a week active, but if any technical failures occur, the service inconvenience to be regretted and the readers must believe that the team is looking at it with utmost priority. The publisher also holds the right to modify at any point of time.
The publisher follow single blinded peer review process for all the received manuscripts. The Editorials and Letters are not considered for peer review processing since it mostly discuss either upon the advancements or any opportunities to the readers in the field.
Anonymity: Since the publisher follow single blinded peer review process, the reviewer/editor details are not provided to the author to avoid any future conflicts.
All the submissions submitted will be initially checked by the editorial staff and then they may resend if any content is missing. Once the manuscript contains all the necessary list mentioned in the body of the manuscript, it will be sent for peer review.
Initially the editorial board member handles the manuscript and may assign or the editorial staff may assign the reviewers for the received manuscript. Based upon the review comments from the group of reviewers, editor decides one among the four (Accept, Reject, Accept with minor revision or Accept with major revision) recommendations.
Reviewers also recommend similar suggestions regarding the acceptability of the manuscript, but the reviewers must understand the final decision stay along with the editors.
If the manuscript receives contrast reviews, then automatically that manuscript undergoes, another round of peer review and the majority of the recommendations may be considered.
Authors are welcomed to suggest reviewers while submission. Authors can write the reviewer details in the cover letter while submitting the manuscript.
The publisher considers each review critically, the manuscript may be kept on hold or rejected if the author fails to reproduce the justification to the review comments.
Peer review system is considered to check and bring out the best of the research conducted. Thus any reviews if the editorial office/editors feel is not doing justice, the publisher may reconsider another round of review. We believe in bringing up the standards and any negligence in peer review system is strictly prohibited.
The galley proof will be sent to corresponding author of paper, so we request to check the proof before final publication process. Please contact the editorial office for any corrections in published paper.
The published articles are permanently archived and made available online. Any problem in accessing the archive of journal, please contact the editorial office and editorial staff will immediately fix it at the earliest possible.