Letter From the Editor-In-Chief
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Iqbal, M.N., 2019. Letter From the Editor-In-Chief. PSM Biol. Res., 4(4): 159-160.
Letter from the Editor-In-Chief
As the founding Editor-in-Chief, on behalf of the Editorial Board, it is my great honor and pleasure to present the fourth volume of the PSM Biological Research. The PSMBR editorial position offers up a fresh set of learning experiences and challenges. PSM Biological Research is peer-reviewed, open access, multidisciplinary, international journal that publishes research on all aspects of biology and allied sciences. The journal strives to allow students to share innovative and diverse perspectives with a wide audience.
Being closely involved with a journal month to month reveals the massive amount of time and energy put in by many individuals, often voluntarily, behind the scenes, towards improving the journal, and their tireless efforts have made this year’s edition a great success.
This issue covers a diverse group of manuscripts which include algricultural science, environmental science, poultry science and medical science. The features of the articles in this volume touch upon developments in the spectrum of activities related to the field of biology and allied sciences as applied to areas of basic and clinical research, reviews, case studies, data analysis, perspectives and editorials.
I would like offer thanks to our scientific advisors. Without your support and generosity this year’s journal volume would never have become a reality. I would also like to offer my sincere thanks to the entire editorial board, staff editors and reviewers for their dedicated and thoughtful work throughout the year. With their expert guidance the journal is extremely well placed to evaluate manuscripts on a wide range of topics in biology and allied sciences.
Lastly, I would like to thank you, the reader, for your continued support and interest in the PSM Biological Research. It has been exciting to see the journal develop as it enters into its fifth year and continues to mature. While there were many challenges to overcome, this experience was remarkably enjoyable and rewarding.
I would like to end by highlighting that as a publication of the PSM, we are providing free publications to our authors to support researchers from developing countries.
Thank you for your continued support.
Muhammad Naeem Iqbal
Editor-in-Chief, PSM Biological Research
CONFLICT OF INTEREST
There is no conflict of interest.