Dongfeng Wu, Associate Professor, Dept of Bioinformatics and Biostatistics University of Louisville, USA
NLM ID: 101558406
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Journal of Biometrics and Biostatistics broadcasts peer-reviewed articles on the development and application of mathematical & statistical theory, principles, and practices to the observation, measurement, and analysis of biological parameters and phenomena. The journal encourages reporting of studies addressing the emerging challenges in identification, security and other validation purposes and observations pertaining to the optimization and application of statistical methods to describe and interpret complex biological phenomenon.
The scholarly information disseminated by the journal is of great relevance and utility to biometric intelligence analysts, social network analysts, statistical programmers, software developers, forensic experts, biometrics engineers, biological researchers, agricultural scientists, government law enforcement agencies, judiciary, academicians, researchers, engineers, etc.
The journal operates on an open access publishing model and represents the mainstream collection of scholarly journals in this field. The journal has eminent professionals and academicians in its editorial board, who ensure that the manuscripts are processed in a timely and professional manner and oversee the publication standards. All the submitted manuscripts are subjected to the peer-review process. The journal processes the manuscripts on an online manuscript submission, review and managing systems to provide a rapid turn-around time authors can track the progress of their submission in system.
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