Address: office 1410a, 17 Naberezhnaya Severnoy Dviny, Arkhangelsk, 163002, Russian Federation, Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov

Phone: (818-2) 21-61-21
E-mail: vestnik_med@narfu.ru
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For Authors

Manuscript Submission Requirements

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Our requirements for authors have been drawn up in accordance with the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals, developed by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors.
  1. The Editorial Office accepts manuscripts for the key sections of the journal, presenting a high degree of scientific novelty, theoretical and practical significance. The paper must state principal findings of the study. Scientific papers are accepted throughout the year.
  2. Only researchers, doctoral students, postgraduate students (starting from the second year of study) and applicants for an academic degree may be authors of our articles.
  3. A manuscript can be accepted for publication in the journal upon receiving a positive peer review from recognized scientists in the given field of knowledge. In case of a positive review, the article is included in the next issue of the journal in the order of submission.
  4. Only scientific papers conforming to the technical requirements are accepted for publication. Manuscripts failing to meet the requirements will not be considered.
  5. The final decision on the acceptability of the manuscript for publication is made by the Editorial Board of the journal. A decision letter will be sent to the author.
  6. Postgraduate students and candidate degree applicants must submit a reference from their research adviser (a reference cannot substitute for a review as it only guarantees the required academic level of the manuscript).
  7. Articles are published free of charge.

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Лань

OTHER NArFU JOURNALS: 

Arctic Environmental Research

Vestnik of NArFU.
Series "Humanitarian and Social Sciences"

Forest Journal 
Лесной журнал 

Arctic and North