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); 76/254 (Pharmacology & Pharmacy)
Online ISSN: 1520-6017
Recently Published Issues
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 is anticipated to publish in February 2015. A full, freely available editorial about the Special Issue is available here. The Guest Editors would welcome proposals for original scientific papers (Research Articles, Notes, and Rapid Communications), Perspectives, Reviews, Minireviews, Lessons Learned, and Commentaries in the area of “pharmaceutical biotechnology”. If you are interested in contributing to this Special Issue, please contact Prof. John Carpenter at firstname.lastname@example.org or Prof. David Volkin at email@example.com for more details.
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Special Issue: Dedicated to Professor George Zografi
Most Original and Most Significant Scientific Findings - Virtual Issue
We are pleased to present the July 2014 virtual issue, featuring Brad Anderson’s comments for the paper he chose:
“Choice of Nonionic Surfactant Used to Formulate Type IIIA Self-Emulsifying Drug Delivery Systems and the Physicochemical Properties of the Drug Have a Pronounced Influence on the Degree of Drug Supersaturation that Develops During In Vitro Digestion” (pages 1050-1063) DOI: 10.1002/jps.23856
To download the full virtual issue, click here