Journal of Skin Cancer Epidemiology

About The Journal

The Journal of Skin Cancer Epidemiology (JSCE) is an open access, peer-reviewed academic journal focusing on skin cancer epidemiology and related topics. JSCE publishes original research, reviews and essays related to skin cancer epidemiology, public health policy, public education, awareness and resources. JSCE provides comprehensive coverage of the current research and recent advances in skin cancer epidemiology, from pathology and clinical studies to epidemiological and public health studies.

Submission Process:

The journal encourages authors to share their novel research and clinical advances in skin cancer with their peers, colleagues and the wider scientific community. All articles should be submitted through the journal's online submission portal or via mail and must include all relevant information needed for the peer review process, including full ethics approval.
Author’s can go through instructions for author for preparing the article.

Scope of JSCE:

Chemoprevention strategies, Diagnosis, Diagnostic techniques, Drug addiction outcomes, Drug sensitivity and resistance, Drug targeting, Epidemiology, Experimental studies, Food and Nutrition, Gene and antisense therapy, Genetics and hereditary factors, Habits and lifestyle, Incidence and mortality, Infections and virus etc.

Remaining Scope can be viewed at Aim and Scope.

Article Processing Charge:

In order to ensure the highest quality publishing, a peer-review process is used to ensure that all submissions are of the highest quality. All published articles comply with the latest ethical standards. JSCE charges a Article Processing Charge for each accepted manuscript for covering publication cost.

Editorial Board Members:  

Fatma Taher - Khalifa University
Yu-Chi Chen - Penn State College of Medicine
Ali Izadpanah - McGill University Health Centre
Zoe Apalla - Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Samir Dalia - Mercy Clinic Oncology and Hematology-Joplin



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