Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Copyright © 2014 Wiley Periodicals Inc. and the American Pharmacists Association
Edited By: Dr. Ronald T. Borchardt
Impact Factor: 3.007
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 20/58 (Chemistry Medicinal); 43/148 (Chemistry Multidisciplinary); 77/256 (Pharmacology & Pharmacy)
Online ISSN: 1520-6017
Recently Published Issues
2014 Top Reviewers
JPharmSci ®’s Editorial Team is pleased to publicly recognize and thank 21 reviewers who have made particularly significant contributions to the journal in 2014. A full, freely available editorial on this topic is available here.
In Memory of Marcus E. Brewster
It is with great sadness that we inform our authors and readers of the passing of Editor Marcus E. Brewster. We encourage you to read the Editorials below to learn of the many great achievements of our colleague and friend.
Ronald T. Borchardt
Editorial: In Memoriam Dr. Marcus Brewster
Patrick Augustijns, Bertil Abrahamsson, Martyn Davies, Jennifer Dressman, Peter Langguth and Thorstein Loftsson
JPharmSci ®’s Editorial Team is pleased to announce that the September 2015 issue of the journal will be dedicated in honor of Gordon L. Amidon who is currently the Charles R. Walgreen Jr. Professor of Pharmacy and a Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI. The Guest Editors for the Gordon L. Amidon Dedicated Issue will be Maureen Donovan (University of Iowa), Peter Langguth (University of Mainz), James Polli (University of Maryland), Ikumi Tamia (Kanazawa University), Balvinder Vig (Bristol-Myers Squibb) and Lawrence Yu (US Food and Drug Administration).
This dedicated issue will include original scientific papers (Research Articles, Notes and Rapid Communications), Perspectives, Reviews, Minireviews, Lessons Learned, and Commentaries that highlight Professor Amidon’s major contributions to our understanding of the molecular mechanisms of drug absorption across biological barriers (e.g. drug solubility, dissolution and release; drug permeability across absorptive barriers; and transporter-mediated and prodrug enhanced oral drug delivery) and to the field of biopharmaceutic, particularly as it relates to regulatory science (e.g. Biopharmaceutics Classification System). A full, freely available editorial about the Special Issue is available here.
JPharmSci ® is celebrating “two decades of publishing excellence” in the area of pharmaceutical biotechnology. To celebrate, the journal will publish a Special Issue entitled “Two Decades of Publishing Excellence in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology”, guest edited by John Carpenter (University of Colorado-Denver), Susan Hershenson (Gates Foundation), Rodney Ho (University of Washington), Susumu Uchiyama (Osaka University), David Volkin (University of Kansas), and Gerhard Winter (Ludwig Maximilians Universitat).
The Special Issue will be published February 2015 and will contain almost 50 articles including Research Papers, Commentaries, Reviews and an Editorial. The Guest Editors would like to thank the numerous authors who contributed the excellent papers to be published in this issue, all of which will be freely available. A full, freely available editorial about the Special Issue is available here.
Giants of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Most Original and Most Significant Scientific Findings - Free Virtual Issue
We are pleased to present the Fall 2014 virtual issue, featuring Ken Andus’ comments for the paper he chose:
“Predicting passive and active tissue:plasma partition coefficients: Interindividual and interspecies variability” (pages 2189-2198) DOI: 10.1002/jps.24011
To download the full, freely available virtual issue, click here.