Biology of Exercise is a peer-reviewed, independent, open-access general sport science journal. The mission of JBE is to facilitate the equitable global dissemination of high-quality sport science research; to promote international dialogue and collaboration on sport science & health issues; to improve clinical practice; and to expand and deepen the understanding of sport science in health and disease. The Journal will examine issues relevant to health and clinical medicine both in Greece and internationally.
Unbiased, independent, critical assessment is an intrinsic part of all scholarly work, including scientific investigation. Peer reviewers are experts in their field who are not part of the editorial staff and thus are an important extension of the scientific process. Manuscripts will be reviewed by at least 2 reviewers. Peer reviewers are asked to submit their review within two (4) weeks.
Journal of JBE publishes accepted papers as double issues after completion of peer-review and editorial processes. Papers will subsequently be collated as quarterly editions for indexing and citation purposes.
As the Founder of the Biology of Exercise, I am pleased to let you know that the international scientific community has responded positively to the first volumes of our journal. The target of the Editorial Board is for JΒΕ to gain worldwide respect and establish a strong reputation in the Sport Science international community. In order to do so, we target at increasing the number of submitting manuscripts and expand our circulation in as many countries as possible.
Cyprus Musculoskeletal and Sports Trauma Research Centre (CYMUSTREC)
European University of Cyprus, School of Sciences, Department of Health Sciences, [a] 6, Diogenes Str. Engomi, P.O.Box 22006, 1516, Nicosia, Cyprus
[t] +35722713044 [f] +35722713013.
The manuscripts should be submitted electronically using the Article submission form which will be accessible after registration and logging on with your JΒΕ username and password. Registrations are open and activated automatically.