Aims and Scope
• The aim of the journal is to furnish the latest, emerging and most comprehensive global outlook while projecting the practical implications of the recent advances in experimental and clinical pharmacology with an ultimate vision of facilitating the development of safe and effective drugs and drug regulation policies.
• The journal covers a wide range of topics associated with experimental and clinical pharmacology including side effects and confounding factors; effects of drugs on neurological functioning and behaviour; drug dependence and addiction; epidemiological and cohort studies on drug effects; impact of gene expression pattern and polymorphisms on drug effects; drug effects on different systems, etc.
• The Journal intends to provide a clear and concise presentation of theoretical perspective, expert opinions and comments on then-current and emerging challenges in experimental and clinical pharmacology. • The journal supports the Bethesda Statement on Open Access Publishing. The articles are published under The Creative Commons User License (CC BY-NC 4.0) permits third party reuse.