ISSN: 2251-8363    eISSN: 2251-8819  

Journal of Nephropathology

pISSN: 2251-8363, eISSN: 2251-8819

 
Official Journal of Society of Diabetic Nephropathy Prevention

Aims & Scope

International quarterly journal in the fields of renal pathology, physiology, kidney transplantation, nephrology and hypertension. Journal of Nephropathology (JNP), a new peer reviewed quarterly medical journal, which is devoted to the basic and clinical researches in the fields of renal pathology, nephrology, kidney transplantation, renal physiology and hypertension. (http://www.nephropathol.com)
Journal of Nephropathology (p-ISSN: 2251-8363, e-ISSN: 2251-8819), is the official journal of the Society of Diabetic Nephropathy Prevention. The journal is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published four times a year and aims to reach all relevant national and international medical institutions and persons in printed and electronic versions.

Publisher and owner: Society of Diabetic Nephropathy Prevention

 The Journal of Nephropathology (JNP) is a quarterly peer-reviewed international journal devoted to the promotion of early diagnosis and prevention of renal diseases. It publishes in January, April, July and October of each year. It has pursued this aim through publishing editorials, original research articles, reviews, mini-reviews, commentaries, letters to the editor, hypothesis, case reports, epidemiology and prevention, news and views, discussion, photonephropathology and renal biopsy teaching point. In this journal, particular emphasis is given to research, both experimental and clinical, aimed at protection/prevention of renal failure and modalities in the treatment of diabetic nephropathy. A further aim of this journal is to emphasize and strengthen the link between renal pathologists/nephropathologists and nephrologists. In addition, JNP welcomes basic biomedical as well as pharmaceutical scientific research applied to clinical nephropathology. Futuristic conceptual hypothesis that integrate various fields of acute kidney injury and renal tubular cell protection are encouraged to be submitted. 

Contributions in any of these formats are invited for editorial consideration following peer review by at least three experts in the field.