Journal of Sinusitis

About The Journal

The Journal of Sinusitis (JS) is a valuable peer-reviewed, open-access journal dedicated to publishing the latest research in the field of sinusitis. JS publishes original research articles, reviews, and clinical studies across a variety of topics, including pathogenesis, epidemiology, etiology, and treatment. 

This ensures that the latest research findings and clinical studies are disseminated to a wide audience. By focusing on the most current and relevant issues in the field of sinusitis, JS strives to provide readers with helpful and up-to-date information. 

JS is committed to fostering an environment of rigorous discussion and debate among the sinusitis research community. 

Scope of JS

Acute, Causes, Chronic, Counseling, Diagnosis, Drug sensitivity, and resistance, Environmental and genetic factors, Epidemiology, Experimental studies, Food and Nutrition, Habits and lifestyle, Incidence, Inflammation, Management, Medication etc.

Remaining Scope can be viewed at Aim and Scope 

Instructions to Prepare your article

We invite authors to submit works in all areas of sinusitis research to our journal. Authors are expected to adhere to the highest standards of publication ethics, and to comply with the guidelines detailed in the Instructions for Authors.

Submission Process

JS encourages submissions from both novice and established authors and provides authors with valuable feedback on their work. All manuscripts are reviewed by expert reviewers, who are chosen based on their knowledge of the subject matter and their ability to provide fair and impartial feedback. Authors can submit their manuscripts in MS Word or PDF format through online submission portal or via mail, and the journal's editorial team will provide authors with a prompt and decisive review of their work. Once accepted, all articles will be published immediately, providing readers with timely access to the latest research.

Article Processing Charge

All articles published in the Journal of Sinusitis are subject to an Article Processing Charge (APC) which covers the cost of submission, peer review, composition, publication, and distribution of the article as it is an open access journal.

Editorial Board Members:

Anil Gungor - University of Arkansas
Peter Catalano - SMG Otolaryngology at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center
Samuel Grief - University of Illinois at Chicago
Jeremiah Easley - Colorado State University
Peter Valentin Tomazic - Medical University of Graz
Gopal Ghosh - PGIMER & DR. RML Hospital
Chung-Yi Chen - Fooyin University


1. For other authors, I recommend publishing in Open Access Pub journals as I had such great experience with them staring from the easy registration and submission process, every step was simple and clear with a very acceptable time period through qualified reviewing method and quite fast publishing process which I could not find elsewhere.

Omnia Hamdy - Cairo University

2. The positive editorial time attitude and cooperation were encouraging and supportive of the author. Moreover, fast response and processing of the manuscript reflect an appreciation of the time factor. In addition to the user-friendly submission system that allows for up-to-date follow up. The review process is performed in reasonable time with constructive comments that aim to improve the paper quality. Communication in such way between the authors and the journals is not something that is common nowadays.

Mostafa Essam Eissa - Cairo University

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