Journal of Ophthalmic Science

Aims And Scope

Journal of Ophthalmic Science (JOS) is a peer-reviewed journal providing a comprehensive overview of research in the diverse field of ophthalmic science. JOS provides a broad platform to publish absolute high-quality research in the field of ophthalmology, including clinical diagnosis and treatment, biomedical and technological advances, optometry, surgery, epidemiology, physiology, and systems biology of ocular diseases and vision disorders. 

Research published in JOS spans various subspecialties of ophthalmology including cornea, uveitis, pediatric ophthalmology, and vision science. The journal supports a wide variety of research on neuro ophthalmology, ophthalmology clinical research, ophthalmology retina, and eye ophthalmology.

Keywords related to the Journal of Ophthalmic Science include ophthalmic science, ophthalmology, eye care, clinical diagnosis, optometry, ocular diseases, biomedical technology, clinical treatment, telehealth, imaging, genetics, uveitis, glaucoma, cataract, pediatric ophthalmology, and ophthalmic surgery and in the areas of basic and experimental research, diagnosis, imaging and surgical technologies, therapeutic agents, and rehabilitation. Covering all significant developments, JOS covers a wide range of topics in the field ranging from anatomy to comprehensive ophthalmology. 

The journal has a variety of keywords associated with ophthalmology and JOS, such as lens and follicles, strabismus, anterior segment, glaucoma, and myopia. Other keywords include retinal diseases, cataracts, age-related macular degeneration, low vision, and eye care, vision, and related diseases. It is an important branch of medicine that consists of a range of subject areas, such as anatomy, physiology, genetics, biochemistry and optometry, ocular pathology and diseases, ocular anatomy and physiology, ophthalmic drugs and treatments, ophthalmic technologies, ophthalmic laser and imaging, glaucoma, ocular genetics, retinal imaging and therapeutics, corneal diseases, and artificial vision. Ophthalmic Science, Visual Diseases, Research, Genetics, Biochemistry, Anatomy, and Physiology.

The Journal of Ophthalmic Science (JOS) is devoted to the publication of leading-edge research and clinical information in the comprehensive field of ophthalmology. JOS’ aims are:

1. To promote education, exchange of ideas, and collaboration among ophthalmologists and other eye professionals

2. To provide authors with an open access platform to publish the highest quality scientific and clinical papers

3. To advance the knowledge base and understanding of the eye sciences

4. To support the advancements in the diagnosis and treatment of ophthalmic diseases

5. To disseminate important findings to the scientific and medical communities.

JOS publishes high-quality research and clinical information on topics including anatomy and physiology of the eye and ocular adnexa, ophthalmic pathology, ophthalmic imaging, refractive errors, and surgical and pharmacological therapies. JOS also encompasses research into related areas such as epidemiology, genetics of eye disease, robotics in eye surgery, and public health-related issues.

JOS covers a vast range of topics within the realm of eye sciences, including:

  • Cataract Surgery
  • Age-Related Macular Degeneration
  • Eye Anatomy
  • Astigmatism
  • Ocular Anatomy
  • Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation
  • Clinical Imaging
  • Diseases of The Orbit and Cranial Nerves
  • Ophthalmic Diseases and Disorders
  • Traumatology
  • Cataracts
  • Anatomy and physiology of the eye or ocular adnexa
  • Emerging Technologies in Vision Care
  • Pathology, diagnosis, and management of eye diseases
  • Clinical Ophthalmology
  • Ophthalmology and basic research
  • Clinical methods, procedures, or techniques related to the treatment of eye diseases
  • Ophthalmic Medicine
  • Science and technology of the eye
  • Corneal Transplantation
  • Human genetics of eye diseases
  • Glaucoma Treatment
  • Pharmacotherapies for eye diseases
  • Retinal Vein Occlusion
  • Visual electrophysiology
  • Innovative Surgical Techniques
  • Cornea, cataract, and refractive surgery
  • Innovative Vision Correction Techniques
  • Glaucoma and intraocular pressure
  • Ophthalmic Physiology
  • Robotics in ophthalmology
  • Eye Health
  • Imaging techniques used in ophthalmology
  • Age-Related Vision Loss
  • Optics
  • Ophthalmic Research
  • Ocular cancer and other neoplastic diseases
  • Ocular Surgery
  • Ocular pharmacology and pharmacotherapeutics
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Visual Problems
  • Cardiovascular and metabolic diseases of the eye
  • Myopia
  • Ocular hygienic and public health-related issues
  • Vision Care
  • Epidemiology of ocular diseases
  • Visual Optics
  • Outcomes of ophthalmic clinical trials
  • Eye Disease Diagnosis
  • Pediatric ophthalmology
  • Ophthalmic Surgery
  • And vitreoretinal, UVE
  • Strabismus
  • Refractive surgery
  • Ophthalmological Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Oculoplastic surgeries
  • Eye Care
  • Glaucoma
  • Optical Instrumentation
  • Corneal diseases
  • Ophthalmology Research
  • Ocular tumors
  • Photonics
  • Uveitis
  • Vision-Related Genetics
  • Retinal diseases
  • ​Surgical And Ophthalmic Practice
  • Ocular pharmacology
  • Vision
  • Visual field testing
  • Vision Correction
  • Diagnostic & therapeutic imaging
  • Current Treatments for Eye-Related Disorders
  • Clinical outcome research
  • Vision Science
  • New topical medications & surgical techniques

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