Journal of Fetal Surgery

About The Journal

Journal of Fetal Surgery (JFS) is an international, open access journal that focuses on innovative surgical techniques and advances in the management of fetal diseases and disorders. The journal aims to promote the exchange of latest research and clinical expertise on fetal surgery and its related specialties worldwide.

JFS publishes original research articles, clinical trials, case reports, systematic reviews and meta-analyses, editorials, and other contributions that advance the field of fetal surgery. Submissions are rigorously peer-reviewed and evaluated for accuracy, relevance and scientific merit. The interdisciplinary content provides a platform for clinicians and researchers to publish their work and to share best practice in areas such as prenatal diagnosis, surgical management and outcomes.

Submission Process

The manuscripts can be submitted online through the JFS submission portal. The authors are required to provide a cover letter, a brief statement of the research, illustrations and photographs (where applicable) for all the scenarios authors can refer to instructions for authors in JFS . The manuscripts are reviewed by the Editor-in-Chief or assignee and papers that are deemed suitable are sent for peer review. 

Scope of JFS

Transplantation, Transcription factors, Symptoms and side effects, Survival, Surgery, Socio-economic status, Screening, Risk factors, Psychological aspects, etc.
Remaining Scope can be viewed at Aim and Scope 

Article Processing Charge

To ensure a fair and ethical publishing process, the journal charges Article Processing Charges (APC) for all accepted manuscripts from author’s.

Editorial Board Members:

Scott Nyberg - University of Minnesota
Hongen Wei - Shanxi Medical University
I Beegun - NHS North Thames London
Niansong Qian - PLA General Hospital
Jae Hee Chung - Catholic University of Korea
Slobodan Vlajkovià - University of Nis
Ahmed El-Sabbagh - Mansoura university
Ramesh Bhat Y - Manipal University
Dhruv Kumar - University of Kansas Medical Center


1. I was impressed by the swift services of the journal and easy navigation beginning from manuscript submission to galley proof. I would recommend future authors-"Consider this journal if you are wondering where to publish your scientific work". They are google scholar indexed and so you do not have to worry if your scientific work won't reach the community of other researchers.

Naiya Patel - Long Island University

2. The positive editorial time attitude and cooperation were encouraging and supportive of the author. Moreover, the fast response and processing of the manuscript reflect an appreciation of the time factor. In addition to the user-friendly submission system that allows for up-to-date follow up. The review process is performed in a reasonable time with constructive comments that aim to improve the paper quality. Communication in such a way between the authors and the journals is not something that is common nowadays.

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