A. Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D. and Hal Gunn, M.D.
Judith O. Stoute
Hal Gunn, M.D.
Manuscripts are currently being sought for review and publication in Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine (JOM). This international peer-reviewed journal is published bi-monthly in an online, open-access format.
The mission of the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine is to advance knowledge and improve the practice of orthomolecular medicine by educating practitioners of orthomolecular medicine, inspiring scholars, students and future leaders with novel, relevant and high-quality metabolic research, clinical studies and reports, informative topic reviews and well-argued commentaries. The Journal aims to engage the orthomolecular medicine community by providing a forum for debate and the sharing of new ideas.
We invite submissions of manuscripts that focus on the therapeutic use of substances that occur naturally in the body, such as vitamins (and their metabolites), minerals, trace elements, macronutrients, as well as other naturally occurring metabolically active substances.
All manuscripts will be subjected to the peer review process once they have been reviewed and provisionally approved by the Editor. Articles discussing innovative treatments, especially those with potential risk, and those involving complex statistics are subject to additional expert review. Please refer to the Manuscript Submission Guidelines for additional information, including:
All manuscripts submitted for consideration and editorial correspondence should be sent to the Editor (Dr. Alex Vasquez, DC, ND, DO) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manuscripts should be provided as email attachments in Microsoft Word. Contact with authors, including acknowledgement of receipt of manuscripts, will occur by email. Because some submitted papers (such as those that are timely to recent events of major importance) may undergo rapid review, acceptance, publication and distribution, submission of articles and letters to JOM will be taken to imply permission to publish if not otherwise stated explicitly.