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American Association Of Pharmaceutical Scientists Announces PharmSci™, The Association's First Online Journal

Alexandria, VA - The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) announces the launch of its new exclusively online journal, PharmSci This electronic medium permits a new approach to scientific publishing. PharmSci will offer a forum for the rapid exchange and dissemination of scientific knowledge in the pharmaceutical sciences. Manuscripts will be submitted by the authors directly via the World Wide Web; will be available to peer reviewers on the World Wide Web; and, once accepted and copyedited, will be available to readers on the World Wide Web. The journal invites manuscripts from all areas of the pharmaceutical sciences:

    Analytical Chemistry
    Bioengineering
    Bioinformatics
    Biological Sciences
    Biophysics
    Biostatistics
    Biotechnology
    Chemical Biology
    Chemistry
    Clinical Pharmacology
    Clinical Sciences
    Combinatorial Chemistry
    Computational Chemistry
    Drug Delivery
    Drug Metabolism
    Drug Therapy
    Economics, Marketing and Management Sciences
    Gene Therapy
    High Throughput Screening
    Material Sciences
    Medicinal Chemistry
    Natural Products Chemistry
    Pharmaceutical Quality
    Pharmaceutical Technologies
    Pharmaceutics
    Pharmacoepidemiology
    Pharmacogenetics/Pharmacogenomics
    Pharmacokinetics-Pharmacodynamics
    Pharmacology
    Physical Chemistry
    Therapeutics
    Tissue Engineering
    Toxicology

    Papers can be submitted immediately. The first issue of PharmSci will be closed for manuscripts published by March 31, 1999. PharmSci's instructions to authors can be accessed through www.pharmsci.org.

    Wolfgang Sade, Ph.D., Professor of Biopharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Chemistry at the University of California-San Francisco, was named PharmSci's Editor-in-
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Contact: Amy Miller
miller@aaps.org
703-518-8417
American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists
6-Jan-1999


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