Aims and Scope

Journal of Veterinary Medical Research (JVMR) is an international, open access and peer-reviewed journal. It aspires to publish high-quality original research articles, review articlesshort communications and case reports that not have been published or considered for publication elsewhere, which focus on at least one of the topics of veterinary sciences and dedicated to providing the advancement and dissemination of scientific knowledge on veterinary sciences and related academic disciplines. 
The principal aim of the journal is to publish high-quality original works and to contribute effectively in serving the scientific community in the field of veterinary medicine. So, papers submitted will be judged on the basis of scientific originality and contribution to the field, quality and subject matter. Submitted studies should address at least one of the topics of veterinary sciences include -but not limited to- the following:
Veterinary Histology, Biology, Pathology, Anatomy & Embryology, Physiology, Clinical Pathology, Parasitology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Microbiology, Immunology, Animal Welfare & Behavior, Animal Management, Animal & Poultry Production, Animal Feeding, Environmental, Animal & Poultry Hygiene, Toxicology and Forensic Medicine, Surgery & Radiology, Theriogenology, Animal Breeding & Reproduction, Internal Medicine, Infectious diseases, Poultry Diseases, Fish Diseases & Management, Animal-derived Food Science & Technology, Public Health and  Zoonotic Diseases.
The JVMR is an Open Access journal that publishes 2 issues per year. All articles are available free in electronic form on this website. All rights are reserved by Beni-Suef University according to Creative Commons license (CC BY).

Animal research ethics:
The Editor retains the right to reject manuscripts on the basis of ethical or animal welfare concerns. Papers may be rejected on ethical grounds if the study involves unnecessary pain, distress, suffering or lasting harm to animals, or if the severity of the experimental procedure does not appear to be justified by the value of the work presented.