Focus and Scope

The Medical Research Archives (MRA) is an international scientific peer-reviewed journal committed to publishing research and clinical medicine in a timely and professional format. MRA is published both in print and online.

MRA implements a double blind peer-review to ensure the quality, accuracy, and significance of accepted manuscripts. The editorial board is dedicated to maintaining the integrity and usefulness of the content published with MRA, and strives to make content available in the newest and widest range of formats.

MRA deposits manuscripts to PubMed Central in accordance with the Public Access Policy.

 

Peer Review Process

The Medical Research Archives uses a double-blind review process. In the event there is any disagreement between reviewers the submission is sent to our Editorial Board for further evaluation. The entire peer-review process takes approximately 1-3 weeks.

 

Publication Frequency

The Medical Research Archives is printed now published monthly. Accepted manuscripts are made available online immediately after acceptance..

Mission Statements

The Medical Research Archives aims to be a leading international archive of research in all specialties of medicine, and to support the advancement of medical research by:

  • Preserving published works by ensuring their continued accessibility
  • Promoting the sharing of information and ideas
  • Providing a thorough and objective peer-review process
“The scientific man does not aim at an immediate result. He does not expect that his advanced ideas will be readily taken up. His work is like that of the planter—for the future. His duty is to lay the foundation for those who are to come, and point the way.”

-Nikola Tesla

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N.B.: The Medical Research Archives (MRA) is a hybrid journal with optional open access.