Editorial Board Policies of IJCEP

The Editorial Board of IJCEP consists of members from the Founding Editorial Board, Senior Editorial Board and Associate Editorial Board.

1.
Founding Editorial Board: The founding editorial board consists of a limited number of distinguished professors in pathology and related
fields with international reputation, who joined the editorial board before January, 2008. All members are appointed by invitation only from the
Chief and/or Associate Chief Editors. Membership will stay in effect until terminated by either the member or the journal.

Members in this category may be requested to review manuscripts or invited to write a review article in the areas of their expertise. They are
not required, but are always welcome to submit their research articles for publication in IJCEP.

2.
Senior Editorial Board: The Senior Editorial Board consists of up to 100 well-established physicians and scientists,  with an excellent
publication record and an academic rank at or above associate professor level. The majority of them will be invited by Chief and/or
Associate Chief Editors or recommended by members of the founding editorial board. Membership will stay in effect until terminated by either
the member or the journal.  

Members in this category will be required to review manuscripts in their field of expertise, and are expected to submit or solicit at least
one manuscript each year during their tenure.

3.
Associate Editorial Board: The number of associate editors is not limited at this time, but generally no more than  30. Members in
this board must have an excellent publication record and an academic rank at or above assistant professor level. They may be invited
by members of the founding or executive editorial board or the Chief and/or Associate Chief Editors. Self-recommendation is
welcome and is in fact encouraged. Membership will stay in effect until terminated by either the member or the journal.

Members in this category will be required to submit at least one manuscript each year, and are expected to review manuscripts if
requested.  They may be promoted to the executive editorial board upon fulfillment of their responsibilities as an associate editor for  
four consecutive years.  
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