MSACL Reviewer Database
MSACL has a curated list of people who have expressed interest in reviewing manuscripts. Follow the link below and then at the bottom of the page there is a button that says "Admin
Detail". You need to enter a passcode in the text box to
the right of the button and then click the button. Obtain passcode from firstname.lastname@example.org.
→Go HERE to view additional reviewers by topic.
JMSACL Editorial Workflow
|1||Submission to JMSACL||Author||0|
|2||Forward to Editor-in-Chief||Automated||0|
|3||Forward to Handling Editor||Editor-in-Chief||1-3|
|4||Select & Assign Reviewers||Editor||1-14|
|5||Interaction between Reviewers and Authors, managed by Editor||Editor / Authors / Reviewers||15-45|
|7||Send Recommendation to Editor-in-Chief||Editor||1|
|8||Notify Author of Acceptance Status||Editor-in-Chief||1-2|
|9||Forward Accepted Manuscripts to Managing Editor for Copy Editing (Polishing)||Editor-in-Chief||1-2|
|10||Copy Edit Proof||Managing Editor||1-10|
|11||Forward to Editor-in-Chief||Managing Editor||1|
|12||Forward to Author for Review of Copy Edits||Editor-in-Chief||1|
|13||Review Copy Edits||Author||1-7|
|14||Repeat Copy Edit Cycle as requested by Managing Editor||0-14|
|15||Send to Production||Editor-in-Chief||1-4|
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Impact Factor at name change : 1.172
Editor Tutorials, Guidance Documents and Resources
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Article Review Types
Review articles are typically invited, but they may be submitted unsolicited. Reviews are intended to provide either an overview (e.g., mini-review and graphical review) or comprehensive coverage (e.g., full review) of a topic, including potential future directions. The use of illustrative figures and/or tables is encouraged.
Full Review: Abstract required. May be free-form or structured (e.g., Background, Content, and Summary), but must be limited to 250 words. The main text length should be around 2,500 - 5,000 words. Supplemental data permitted.
Mini-Review: No abstract required, but if desired by the author, free form is recommended; limit to 250 words. The main text length should be around 1,000 - 2,500 words. Supplemental data permitted.
Graphical Review: Abstract required. May be free-form or structured (e.g., Background, Content, and Summary), but must be limited to 250 words. Ideally, Graphical reviews summarize
schematically key concepts, established and novel ideas in developments to improve clinical lab analysis which will be accessible to a broad audience and freely downloaded as PowerPoint
slides for use in teaching or conference presentations.
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