WELCOME TO UNIVERSAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH
Universal Journal of Pharmaceutical Research (UJPR) is an International, bimonthly, double-blind peer-reviewed, open access journal with the aim to publish original research papers, scientific commentaries, views and review articles, and editorial commentary in the field of the pharmaceutical sciences. UJPR is to serve as a means for updating the scientific knowledge of the international audience in the pharmaceutical forum and to promote scientific and pharmaceutical research activities related to pharmaceutical education and research, by promoting social contacts among pharma professionals of the world. Our purpose is to honor eminent academicians, researchers and young scientists involved in the upliftment of the pharmacy profession. It is a platform for all students, and pharma professionals to improve the knowledge of in the various fields of pharmacy by providing valuable resources in the form of articles to develop their career further. The editors welcome articles in this multidisciplinary field, with a focus on topics relevant for drug discovery and development. The publishing policy of UJPR is to select the most important papers with the broadest significance to the wider pharmacy community. Papers that are multidisciplinary or address new or emerging areas of pharmacy are particularly encouraged.
Universal Journal of Pharmaceutical Research (UJPR) is an official publication of the Publisher Society of Pharmaceutical Tecnocrats (SoPhTec). The objects of the SoPhTec are nurturing and encouragement of the study and practice of Pharmaceutical and Medical Sciences.
CODEN (CAS-USA): UJPRA3
CrossRef DOI Prefix: 10.22270/ujpr
H5 Index (Google Scholar): 18
Index Copernicus, ICV 2021: 100
Publisher: Society of Pharmaceutical
Frequency: 6 Issues/Year
ESTD Year: 2016
Data Sharing Principles
The following principles form the basis of the UJPR research data policy:
- Research data should be made available free of charge to all researchers wherever possible and with minimal reuse restrictions.
- Researchers should remain in control of how and when their research data is accessed and used, and should be recognized and valued for the investments they make in creating their research data and making it available.
- Expectations and practices around research data vary between disciplines and discipline-specific requirements need to be taken into account.
- Enabling effective reuse of research data is a shared aim and all stakeholders should work together to pursue this collectively, to find efficiencies and avoid duplication of effort.
- Platforms, publications, tools and curation services can enhance research data by improving their discoverability, use, reuse and citation.
- Where others add value and/or incur significant cost in enhancing research data to enable its reuse, these contributions need to be recognized and valued.
Scope of UJPR
The scope of the journal is devoted to publish manuscripts relating in the following sections:
- Pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences.
- Pharmacology especially cancer pharmacology and neuropharmacology.
- Infectious diseases and treatments.
- Molecular cardiology, immunopharmacology, inflammation, gastrointestinal and urogenital diseases.
- Molecular mechanisms of action of various synthetic and natural occurring drugs.
- Apoptotic inducers from plants, microbes and marine organisms.
- Design and development of drugs.
- Bioactivity of plant extracts, microbial extracts, their chemical standardization using different analytical techniques.
- Medicinal plants growing in Asia-Pacific region, their chemical standardization, isolation of medicinal agents from these plants and their role with regard to global health issues.
- Safety valuation, pre-clinical toxicology, interaction with drugs and harmful events of herbal preparations.
- Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of natural compounds.
- General Medicine, Public health & hygiene, Tropical diseases, Endocrinology Anatomy, Neurology, Dermatology, Orthopedics, Organ transplantation, Oncology, Pathology, Haematology, Nephrology, Gynecology Ophthalmology Pediatrics, Radiology, Medical Biotechnology, Dentistry.
- Allied sciences including drug regulatory affairs, Pharmaceutical Marketing, Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Pharmaceutical biochemistry, Pharmaceutical Education and Hospital Pharmacy.
Publish with UJPR for worldwide visibility
- World renowned scientists, professors of different countries as editorial board members.
- Constructive reviews from renowned scientists, and researchers at all editorial levels.
- No page limits for regular Articles.
- Every published article is assigned a unique doi (digital object identifier) from Cross Ref.
- High visibility and indexed and abstracted in more than 40 well known indexing services including ICV, CAS, CASSI (American Chemical Society), BASE, Directory of Science, ROAD, Sherpa Romeo etc.
Research Data Policy
UJPR data policy is based on an “encourage, but not mandate” concept when it comes to research data sharing. As such, Authors are encouraged to deposit their research data in a relevant data repository and to cite and link to the dataset in their article. In cases where data sharing is not possible for some reason, Authors are requested to make a statement to explain why the research data cannot be shared. Authors reusing data available from public repositories are encouraged to provide program code, scripts for statistical packages and other documentation sufficient to allow an informed researcher to precisely reproduce all the published results.
Authors using original data are encouraged to:
- make the data available in a trusted digital repository (note: if all the data that is required to reproduce the reported analysis already appears in the article text, tables and figures then it does not also need to be posted to a data repository).
- include all variables, treatment conditions and observations described in the article.
- provide a full account of the procedures used to collect, pre-process, clean or generate the data.
- provide program code, scripts, codebooks and other documentation sufficient to precisely reproduce all the published results.
- provide research materials and descriptions of procedures necessary to conduct an independent replication of the research.