Journal of Innovative Research and Development (JIDRD) is a peer-reviewed pharmaceutical journal and published bimonthly to serve as a scientific information exchange in the international pharmaceutical forum. JIDRD accepts submission of original research not published or under consideration for publication anywhere else. Specific topics of interest to the journal include, but not limited to Pharmacology and Therapeutic Innovation, Nanotechnology and its Applications, Recent Advances in Targeted Drug Delivery, Recent Technologies in Novel Drug Delivery Systems, Environmental and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Natural Product Chemistry, Research for Pharmaceutical Informatics, Molecular Microbiology and Immunology, Pure and Applied Medicinal Chemistry, pharmaceutics, industrial pharmacy, You can download template for guide for authors via this link   [Download Template ].

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    • A statement transferring copyright from the authors (or their employers, if they hold the copyright) to Journal of Innovative Research and Development (JIDRD) before the manuscript can be accepted for publication.
    • Each manuscript must be accompanied by a cover letter signed by the corresponding author on behalf of all the authors that its publication has been approved by all coauthors, if any, as well as by the responsible authorities at the institute where the work has been carried out.
    • Investigation using experimental animals or human, the manuscript must contain a statement confirming the adherence of the research to be approved by the institutional ethics committee or equivalent; and this should be stated in the "Methods" section.
    • In clinical studies involving human subjects, the patients right to privacy should be considered and should be indicated in the manuscript.
  • Conflict of interests; Any information regarding the potential conflict of interests related to various aspects such as financial support by commercial firms, etc... should be disclosed in manuscripts to help clarify this issue.
  • Submission
    • Three forms of research paper, review articles and short communication could be submitted for consideration for publication. The review articles are only accepted by invitation. The manuscripts should be written in clear and concise English. Authors are responsible for all statements made in their work. The right is reserved to incorporate any changes deemed necessary by the Editorial Board to make contributions harmonize the editorial standards of the Journal.
    • The prepared manuscript should be submitted online should be in word 2003 (or later) format. The tables and figures should be inserted in the main manuscript.
  • Structure of Articles

    • Research papers, short communications, and review articles should include title page, abstract, keywords, introduction, Literature review (optional), Materials and Methods, experimental details, results and discussion, Conclusion (optional), acknowledgement, references, tables, figures, and legends, enumerated from the title page. Short Communications are preliminary or final reports limited to approximately 1500 words. They must be of sufficient importance and general interest to justify accelerated publication. Reviews are accepted by invitation only. Authors interested in preparing a commentary or review Article should provide a brief outline to the editor, requesting an invitation to submit a manuscript in one of those categories.
  • Title Page: This should include TITLE OF STUDY, AUTHOR(S) (include first name, department affiliation, and institution), NAME AND ADDRESS OF AUTHOR TO WHOM CORRESPONDENCE.
  • Abstract: This should not be structured but should include the title, aims, methods, results, and conclusion, all separated in the same paragraph. It should not be more than 300 words.
  • Keywords: For indexing purposes, each submitted article should include three to seven keywords.
  • Acknowledgment: In this section any financial support, scientific or technical assistance, gifts, etc..., should be acknowledged.
  • References: References must be numbered consecutively in order of citation in the text. References should be listed and numbered in order to appear in the text. Commas should separate multiple citations within a single set of brackets. When there are three or more sequential citations, they should be given as a range. Example: "... now enable biologists to simultaneously monitor the expression of thousands of genes in a single experiment [1,5-7,28]". Make sure the parts of the manuscript are in the correct order for the relevant journal before ordering the citations. Figure captions and tables should be at the end of the manuscript.
    • Periodical titles should be abbreviated according to the INDEX MEDICUS. Inclusive page numbers should be given for all references. Print surnames and initials of all authors. Do not use "ET AL". References to web site, web pages or other electronic sources should include access date of the data. The style and punctuation of the references should conform to the following examples:
      1. STANDARD JOURNAL ARTICLE:
      2. 1. Abdellatif AA, Tawfeek HM. Transfersomal nanoparticles for enhanced transdermal delivery of clindamycin. AAPS PharmSciTech 2015:1-8.
      3. BOOK, PERSONAL AUTHOR(S): Ringsven MK and Bond D. GERONTOLOGY AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS FOR NURSES. 2nd ed. Delmar Publishers, New York (1996) 123-125.
      4. BOOK, EDITOR(S) AS AUTHOR: Norman IJ and Redfern SJ. (eds.) MENTAL HEALTH CARE FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE. Churchill Livingstone, New York (1996) 89-92.
      5. BOOK, ORGANIZATION AS AUTHOR AND PUBLISHER: Institute of Medicine (US). Looking at the Future of the Medicaid Program. The Institute, Washington (1992) 23-26.
      6. CONFERENCE PAPER: Bengtsson S and Solheim BG. Enforcement of data Protection, Privacy and Security in Medical Informatics. In: Lun KC, Degoulet P, Piemme TE and Rienhoff O. (eds.) MEDINFO 92. PROCEEDINGS OF THE 7TH WORLD CONGRESS ON MEDICAL INFORMATICS; 1992 Sep 6-10; Geneva, Switzerland.
      7. THESIS: Kaplan SJ. POSTHOSPITAL HOME HEALTH CARE: THE ELDERLY'S ACCESS AND UTILIZATION [dissertation]. St. Louis, Washington University (1995) 78-80.
  • Tables: The Tables should provide EASIER UNDERSTANDING and not duplicate information already included in the text or figures.
  • Figures: All Figures should be included in appropriate space in text with clear format. The name and footnote of the figure should not be included in it.
  • Anti-Plagiarism Policy: Manuscripts must be devoid of any forms of plagiarism. They should also have appropriate citations to the related literature in the field.
  • Reprint requests: Individuals interested in any document can contact corresponding author or our web site.
  • Contact Information: For further information, please contact the Editorial Office through: ahmed.abdellatif@hotmail.de
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