Peer Review Process
Mathews Open Access Journals follows double blind peer review process. In this we do not reveal author names, affiliations to the reviewer and vice versa. We adhere to the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), code of conduct, and best practice guidelines (http://publicationethics.org). We strive to ensure that the peer review is fair, unbiased and timely. Decisions to accept or reject a manuscript for publication in the journal are based on the manuscript’s importance, originality, clarity, and the study’s validity and its relevance to remit of the journal. The process also involves strictly no plagiarism or fabrication of the data and parallel submissions.
Being a reviewer you are accountable to take the responsibility of maintaining confidentiality of ideas that have been presented in the papers assigned to review. Focus your evaluation on merits and demerits of the article; assess the correctness, accuracy, clarity, and innovation of the research. Never reveal the assigned paper's results or videos/images or any of the supplementary material to non-reviewers.
The reviewers are given ample time for the review and submission of comments to the editorial office. Reviewers’ evaluations play a major role in our decision as to whether to accept a manuscript for publication.
Published : 10th March 2021
Authors : Anna Isayeva, Olena Buriakovska*
Citation : Isayeva A, and Buriakovska O. Sleep Disorders in Patients with Hypertension and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Mathews J Neurol. 5(1): 18.
Published : 03rd December 2019
Authors : Melinda Fejes1*, Beatrix Varga2, Katalin Hollódy3
Citation : Citation: Fejes M. (2019). Does the Quality of Life Study Reflect the Sociodemographic Background of Epileptic Children and Adolescents? Mathews J Neurol. 4(2): 17
Published : 14th June 2019
Authors : Sheryl Manganaro1, Scellig Stone2
Citation : Manganaro S. (2019). SEEG Depth Lead Records Inside an Air Bubble: A Case Report. Mathews J Neurol. 4(1): 15.
Published : 31st May 2019
Author : Sven-Erik Eriksson
Citation : Sven-Erik E. (2019). Long-Term Prognosis Related to Fasting Total-Cholesterol and Triglyceride Levels After TIA/Stroke. Mathews J Neurol. 4(1): 14.
Published : 17th March 2019
Author : David Zimmerman
Citation : Zimmerman D (2019). Looking Over the Fence. A look at Psychiatry from Another Discipline. Mathews J Neurol. 4 (1): 13
Published : 05th October 2018
Authors : Nikolaos Andreas Chrysanthakopoulos 1, Panagiotis Andreas Chrysanthakopoulos 2
Chrysanthakopoulos NA and Chrysanthakopoulos PA. (2018). Molecular Biology and Cellular Signaling Pathways in Glioblastoma. Mathews J Neurol. 3(1): 012
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