Publication Fees

EMRES publishers publish all the articles under Gold Open Access model where the final version of an article is freely and permanently accessible for everyone, immediately after publication. Subscription journals recover the costs incurred during publication by charging a fee to access the content. Whereas, we as a Gold Open Access publisher, meet the costs incurred in publication from the publication fees paid by the authors.

What does publication fee cover?

The publication fee collected by EMRES Publishers is to recover the costs of publication while providing free and open access content for readers to use and reuse results. This fee is used as offset expenses for

Editorial work: Peer review management, administrative support, journal development

Technical infrastructure and innovation: Development, maintenance and operation of website

Production of articles: Formatting and mark-up of articles

Marketing of journal and content: Making sure readers and authors know about the work published in the title

Customer service: Responding to authors and readers

Journal Name Publication Fee (GBP)
Advances in Clinical and Translational Research 3419
Advances in Immunology Research 2990
Advances in Neurology and Neuroscience Research 3419
Annals of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology 2690
Clinical and Investigative Pathology 1490
Comprehensive Biomedical Research 1690
Comprehensive Molecular Medicine 1690
Comprehensive Surgery Research and Practice 2190
Current Advances in Cancer Science 2990
eCase Reports and Reviews 2190
eMedical Research 3690
Emres Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery 1690
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Science 2990
Pulmonary Medicine and Respiratory care 1490
Trends in Pediatric Research 1690
World Journal of Gastroenterology Research 1690

*This fee is exclusive of credit card / Wire transfer processing charges

Fee Waiver Policy

If an author would like their article to be published under open access model, but cannot afford the publication fee, then individual fee reduction requests are considered on a case-by-case basis and may be granted a reduction in publication fee in cases of genuine need. Sometimes, a complete waiver will also be provided based on if the authors are from developing nations or underdeveloped nations and funding sources availability.