Organization Details

Organizational Details

Mission: Frontiers in Bioscience (FBS) is dedicated to teaching, education and research. Frontiers in Bioscience publishes scholarly work from scientists across the globe including databases, images, documents, text, video, audio and video, podcasts, blog, post, wiki, and enables research, collaboration and sharing of laboratory assets across the globe. Scientists can join this platform and use their own dashboard to publish their scholarly work and use their dashboard that is enriched with a variety of research tools. Moreover, the scientists can monetize their assets, their labs, and their expertise using their own free dashboard.

Publisher Name: Frontiers in Bioscience


Registration: Copyright and Trademark

D-U-N-S Number: 084818389

North American Industry Classification System Number (NAICS): 611710

Standard Industrial Classification Number (SIC) : 8732


Address: 16471 Scientific Way, Irvine, CA 92657

Country: USA

General Contact; Editor-in-Chief: Siamak Tabibzadeh, MD

Coverage: All fields of biology and medicine

Review process: All documents, and other assets are subject to review before they are published

Abbrev. title: Front Biosci

Former titles: None

Language: English

Publishing schedule: Frontiers in Bioscience publishes throughout the year

Lead times: 1 day

Publication Dates: Throughout the year

Circulation: >400,000/year

Circulation Range: >400,000/year

Circulation in UK/Europe: 25%

Circulation in North America: 60%

Circulation in Japan: 1%

Acceptance criteria (regular issues): Score>75

Acceptance rate (regular issues): 30%

Acceptance rate (supplements): 30%
Copyright: The contents of Frontiers in Bioscience are copyrighted. All reproductions of content require permission to be submitted to the editorial office of the Frontiers in Bioscience

Rights and permissions: Required; Submit your request to

Conflicts of interest, Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement

FBS complies with guideline provided by
Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)(2011, March 7), Code of Conduct and Best-Practice, and Guidelines for Journal Editors.

Online facilities: Full Text HTML with links, PDF, Images, Videos, Audios, 3D models