Journal for Translational and Clinical Research
Vision in focus
Aims and Scope
Ophthalmic Research features original papers and reviews reporting on translational and clinical studies. Authors from throughout the world cover research topics on every field in connection with physical, physiologic, pharmacological, biochemical and molecular biological aspects of ophthalmology. This journal also aims to provide a record of international clinical research for both researchers and clinicians in ophthalmology. Finally, the transfer of information from fundamental research to clinical research and clinical practice is particularly welcome.
The journal further offers, at a reasonable price, the possibility of publishing dedicated supplements and abstracts of conferences and symposia. Please consult the managing editor for this.
Journal Abbreviation: Ophthalmic Res
ISSN: 0030-3747 (Print)
e-ISSN: 1423-0259 (Online)
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Founded 1970 by O. Hockwin, Bonn; G. Naumann, Hamburg and D.F. Cole, London
Continued by O. Hockwin, Bonn (1981–1994); G.F.J.M. Vrensen, Zeist (1994–2003); Uwe Pleyer, Berlin (2003–2014); David E. Pelayes, Buenos Aires, and Borja Corcόstegui, Barcelona (2012–2014)