Announcing Advancements in Veterinary and Animal Sciences, AABMS’s open-access peer-reviewed journal

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AABMS is pleased to announce the launch of the new open-access scientific journal, Advancements in Veterinary and Animal Sciences. The first volume of the journal will be available online by the end of the year, 2021.

For brief information about the Editorial Board of the journal, please visit: https://journals.aabms.org/index.php/avas/about/editorialTeam

The Advancements in Veterinary and Animal Sciences is a peer-reviewed, open access, multidisciplinary, international journal that publishes research covering basic and clinical research subjects across the veterinary and animal sciences and related scientific areas. The new journal will launch with an extended period of ‘free APC fees’, so we invite you to start preparing your articles for possible submission to us.

The fully open access journal will allow for the rapid dissemination of cutting-edge, high-impact research across the breadth of veterinary and animal sciences and related scientific areas. AVAS will have a fully independent editorial team to identify the most-exciting, impactful, and novel science from authors who require or desire to publish in a fully open access journal. The Advancements in Veterinary and Animal Sciences follow publication ethics very seriously and abides by the best practice guidance of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), and the guidelines of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE).

Submit your article to the AVAS:

To submit your manuscript please click here and browse your journal of interest to register.

First time user? Read this.

Manuscript submission in “AVAS Journal’s – Manuscript Submission and Tracking System” is quite simple. The first-time submitter has to “Create an account”. After creating an account and logging in, the author starts a “New Submission”. This is 5-step self-explanatory article submission wizard. You can submit your manuscript in multiple sessions.

For more information regarding Editorial Policy and preparation of manuscript according to journal style, please visit For Authors page.

In Manuscript Submission and Tracking System you can complete your active submissions and track their status any time you want. Tip: Before you start submission, please collect email addresses of all the authors.


Manuscript submission via email attachment

Article manuscripts can be submitted as email attachments in Word format to PSM Editorial Office (editor@aabms.org).  

Article manuscripts should be prepared in accordance with AABMS journals style guidelines: AABMS Author Guide.

The final version of your article should be accompanied by a completed copy of the Author Information Form: AABMS Author Information Form.

Please provide three well qualified relevant reviewers, with their complete details (designation, institute, postal address, telephone, fax, and current e-mail IDs) in the manuscript title page/cover letter.

Terms of publication:

If your article is accepted for publication, you will be asked to sign our standard Contributor Agreement: AABMS Licence to Publish.

Submission enquiries: editor@aabms.org

General enquiries: info@aabms.org

The Advancements in Veterinary and Animal Sciences, a peer-reviewed journal, is an important and reliable source of current information on important recent developments in the field. The emphasis will be on publishing quality papers rapidly and freely available to researchers to accelerate open access to scholarly communication and publishing worldwide.

The Association of Applied BioMedical Sciences (AABMS) is an association of professionals working in the field of applied biomedical sciences that aims to promote, facilitate, integrate and disseminate knowledge in the different areas of biomedical sciences.

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The Association of Applied BioMedical Sciences (AABMS) is a nonprofit association of biomedical professionals, scientific publisher, innovator, and advocacy organization with a library of open access journals, books, and other scientific literature.

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