A new multi-disciplinary journal covering the best research in both fundamental and applied aspects of toxicology.
Published in partnership with the British Toxicology Society and Chinese Society of Toxicology

Authors will benefit from wide exposure for their work with free online access to content published.  Published work can also be made more visible through integration with ChemSpider, the RSC’s free chemical structure database.

Authors can expect a speedy peer review and publication process, with the option of publishing research as an Accepted Manuscript, making work available quickly after acceptance.

The new Editor-in-Chief for the BTS journal, Toxicology Research, is Heather Wallace from the University of Aberdeen.  Heather is well known to the BTS as a past President.  She takes over from Nigel Gooderham who did an excellent job in getting the journal up and running.  Heather’s major focus is getting the Journal listed on PubMed in order to raise the profile and the visibility and to increase the impact.  She is particularly keen to encourage early stage researcher to submit to the Journal.

The Journal provides a steady revenue stream for the BTS with every paper published from the UK providing us with income so keep submitting your manuscripts to Toxicology Research.  The Journal will be publishing a special issue this year commemorating the work of Iain Purchase and Cliff Elcombe so keep a look out for this unique issue.

You can view the latest issue by clicking here.

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