Aims & Objectives

  • To promote useful original research in all fields of pathology
  • To publish interesting case reports in all fields of pathology.  To challenge the “established” pathogenesis and present alternate hypothesis based on morphological and other evidences.
  • To present reviews on important and burning issues to provide readers the  updated understanding  of the subjects
  • To familiarize with history of medicine and sciences
  • Since there are very few journal on pathology, specially on histopathology covering this area  we aim to fill this niche in order to  familiarize pathologists and other scientists with rare demographically specific entities and their varied presentations
  • We aim to provide the writers and readers of various countries from all over the world to share their knowledge and experiences
  • We want to promote ethical and moral values blended with scientific issues in  editorials etc to make practice of pathology  serve humanity
  • The article is checked for compliance with the “Instructions to the Contributors” including informed consent, conflict of interest, abiding the ethical issues and funding source.
  • One of the subject expert member of the editorial board determines that the originality and authenticity of the research.
  • Articles not meeting the minimal requirement of an original research papers are rejected
  • Copies are made hiding the authors names and affiliations and places of research
  • A detailed standard reviewer form is attached with each copy of the article
  • Copies are sent to at least two different reviewers
  • The articles are published only when all the objections of the reviewers are amicably resolved, otherwise they are rejected.
  • If there is a conflict among reviewers, then the subject specialist of the Editorial Board contributes towards the final decision
  • The Editorial board is the final authority
  • The articles requiring statistical analysis and evaluation are sent to the dedicated Statistical analyst and their suggestions and recommendations are considered by the Editorial board