Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines

Author Benefits

Why should you publish with us?

High Quality Publishing

Make the most of our worldwide reputation for curating quality research content.

  • Work with the best in the business
  • Experienced in publishing research on a wide a range of subjects
  • Torch-bearers for original content
  • A star-studded Editorial Board that comprises of some of the brightest minds in the world

With Biomedical Research Nest, be rest assured we’re more than capable of providing you with all the support you need to disseminate your research to the world. We have just the right tools to propel your work, and you towards success.

Wider Audience

The impact we’ll create for you is unparalleled, even in a parallel universe.

  • Work with the best in the business
  • Over 1201+ authors have published renowned works of research on our journal
  • Experienced in publishing research on a wide a range of subjects
  • Torch-bearers for original content
  • A star-studded Editorial Board that comprises of some of the brightest minds in the world

With Biomedical Research Nest, be rest assured we’re more than capable of providing you with all the support you need to disseminate your research to the world. We have just the right tools to propel your work, and you towards success.

Peer Review

Your very own support system

  • Dedicated editors and reviewers assigned to help make your article better
  • Rigorous feedback and revisions given to sharpen your presentation skills and bring focus to important details that’ll help your work stand out of the crowd
  • Multifaceted Editorial Board, from various interdisciplinary fields of science, capable of reviewing and handling all types of research material
  • Quick peer review process that smoothens your road to publishing

Our double-blind peer review system ensures your work meets the highest publishing standards set by international guidelines. This type of exposure helps you better present your research work, making it more impactful and pleasing to viewers.

Career Progression

Paving the way to greatness

  • Add ‘published author’ to your CV and expand the scope of your career
  • Take advantage of the peer review to learn more about how to methodically present research work to an international audience
  • Take pride in receiving citations, reviews and support from the scientific research community
  • Have your article featured in top research media and the news
  • Use the Biomedical Research Nest as a platform to launch yourself into a community of reputed scientists, academic authors, research students, science media and news outlets and watch the recognition pile up.

Quick Turnaround Time

Go from good to best in lightning speed

  • Typically takes 12+ days for the first decision to be made after submission
  • No compromises on quality, our system ensure you and we work as efficiently as possible
  • Zero delays and load time is guaranteed, since we publish articles 5 days a week
  • Constant upgrade of the peer review system makes it easier for us to detect gaps in the current process of publishing, setting standards for the world to follow.

Our experience with publishing goes way back. The level of commitment we show towards working with authors can easily be seen in the content we publish. All our articles are fresh and completed with utmost sincerity, without loosing much time.

Value for Money

Pay less, do more

  • Lower Submission fees and APCs make it easy for more authors especially budding researchers to engage with a quality publisher and it’s resources
  • Our membership is also economical and we accept a wide range of researchers to join the community and benefit from it
  • For the amount you pay, the impact is astounding

At Biomedical Research Nest we believe the power of knowledge. We like to keep our eye on the ball by helping researchers create a deep value for their work and impact the world in positive ways. To keep it simple, we’re more focused on the content than on money.

Want to know more about us? Visit the about us page here

Submission Guidelines

So you want to be a research writer? Welcome to the biomedical Research Nest. We’re your publishing partners and will help amplify your research work to a large audience, creating greater impact.

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The Biomedical Research Nest’s Submission Guidelines

A 6-step process to publishing superstardom!

Formatting Your Article Submitting Your Article The Peer Review Process Paying the Article Processing Fee You’re Published!
Formatting your article

First things first, get it all together! Prepare your article for submission by following the points set by this formatting guideline. This guideline is constantly reviewed and updated to uphold the international standards of publishing followed by the journal. So even if you’ve previously published articles on our journal, we request your to thoroughly go through this guideline. Once you’ve read the guideline, we highly recommend that you go through the journal and it’s published articles to familiarize yourself with the way we do things, the kind of content we publish, the community we work with and the work we’ve delivered.

Document type

Your manuscript must be submitted as a Microsoft Word Document or any parallel compatible format. Page formatting should be in letter size paper - 8.5x11 inches.


Times New Roman in 10 font size, single-spaced with one inch margins, left justified, and single- column. These formatting rules follow the American Psychological Association (APA) guidelines.

Structure of the manuscript

Title page (should have title of the manuscript, author contact information, and a short description of each author in 100 words)

Title (should be concise and include important keywords)

Abstract (should be well written, include all keywords and key phrases and limited to 250 words)

Keywords (select a combination of 4-5 keywords that are not generic words, but specific to the field)


Body of manuscript

Tables, figures, infographics, images, videos placed in a uniform formats


Acknowledgments (if any)

References (In the American Psychological Association format)

Appendices (if any)


Four levels of headings are allowed. The first level should be BOLD ALL CAPS, second level Bold, third level Italics, and fourth Underlined.

Tables & Figures

Use the Microsoft Word to create tables, not Excel or Google Spreadsheets. Tables and figures should be located in the text and numbered sequentially using Arabic numerals, i.e., Table 1 and Figure 1. Our journals are printed in black and white, so using different colors might misrepresent the data you’ve displayed on the figure


The first use of the abbreviations should carry the proper full form and can then be used as an abbreviation through the document.


Bottom of the page footnotes are preferred to end of the manuscript endnote


References must be arranged numerical order

In print journal article citation:

One author:

Ruderforth A (2013) Exploring the Experiences of People Living with HIV in the United States: Modelling Muscle Ache/Pain and Medicaid Expansion, 10(2): 157-162. Pubmed link; Publisher link

Up to 3 authors’:

Ruderforth A, Ruderforth A, Ruderforth A (2013) Exploring the Experiences of People Living with HIV in the United States: Modelling Muscle Ache/Pain and Medicaid Expansion, 10(2): 157-162. Pubmed link; Publisher link

More than 3 authors’:

Ruderforth A, Ruderforth A, Ruderforth A, et al. (2013) Exploring the Experiences of People Living with HIV in the United States: Modelling Muscle Ache/Pain and Medicaid Expansion, 10(2): 157-162. Pubmed link; Publisher link

Online journal article citation:

Victor Mar, Roland Kane & Baltazar (2017) An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure: An Algorithm Using Non-Health Indicators to Predict Health Risks of an Individual, 35(8), 1561-1679. Pubmed link; Publisher link

Book citation:

Malfoy, Tom Chase & Rylin. (1998). Beyond Gender Binary in Survey Design.

Submitting your article

All are ready to submit your article? Let’s do it. Your article submission is a 1 step process:

  • Filling out the online submission form

Make sure to diligently fill in all fields of the form to ensure your article gathers maximum views and creates a resounding impact.

Plagiarism Policy

The Biomedical Research Nest journal thrives on its authors original views, insights and observations made about the world we live in. Our readers count on us to give them a fresh news on the research happening all around the world. Which is why originality is very important to us. We take plagiarism seriously and rigorously scan every submission to ensure it maintains the integrity of the journal and its promises. If your article, in any way, bears resemblance to another person’s work, then to us, that is plagiarism.

Here are a few pointers on plagiarism, that will not be tolerated by the journal under any circumstances:

  • Submitting another person’s work as your own, even a part of the work (like a paragraph or page)
  • Paraphrasing or summarizing someone else’s articles or manuscripts without citing the author and his book, article, manuscript etc.
  • Lifting content off of the internet and not citing its sources
  • Collaborating with other writers and not citing them as co-authors or contributors in the submitted work
  • Self-plagiarism (resubmitting previously rejected or reviewed work) is also not allowed

The board treats plagiarism cases subjectively, looking at the severity of the case and then passing judgements and arriving to decisions. For students who may have unknowingly plagiarised, they may get another chance at revising their article and resubmitting it for review. However, for severe cases of plagiarism, the article is rejected and the author may also be blacklisted by the journal, not accepting any of his work in the future.

The Peer Review Process

A peer review system to make you looks your best!

At the biomedical Research Nest, we do our best to enhance your article and really make the insights stick in the minds of our readers by continuously striving to deliver publishing guidelines set for this journal. We work with experienced editors, reviewers and authors, who we put in charge of your articles.

Our peer review system is a rigorous approximately 25-day research bootcamp for authors who want to be recognised in the research community for good research work and quality insight presentation. We have a dedicated editor assigned to your article and 2 reviewers who work with you and constantly review your drafts and share feedback for improvement.

A typical research article peer review is as follow:

Checks to pass before you submit an article

  • You will first visit the website, browse through our collection of articles, manuscripts and get a feel of how we do things, our publishing standards, the community we work with etc.
  • You will familiarise yourself with the Author Guidelines provided here
  • You will then review your draft to see if it conforms to the norms set by the guidelines given on the website and prepare for submission.

Submitting an article for review

  • When you’re ready, you can start the submission process here.
  • The submission interface used by our journal is user friendly in every way possible and will not take forever to fill out.
  • You must make sure to fill out every detailed asked for by the system as it helps propel your article to larger audiences, by making it easier find, using the right keywords and subject matter recommendations through our search algorithm.

Yay! Congratulations on making it to the review stage! We can’t tell you how excited we are to read about your research and the fresh insights you’ve found.

We have an editor onboarded to your submission.

A relevant editor is chosen from our editorial board of 1201+ editors who will accept to work on your submission and start the next leg of the process of review. However if none of the ideal editors accept to work on your article, we may have to decline your submission on the grounds of not having the finding the right editor to work on your submission. But don’t worry, that doesn’t happen often. We have the most diverse editorial boards, with editors who have worked on a large scale of interdisciplinary fields of science such as medical sciences, pharmaceuticals, biology, biomedical research, engineering etc.

Reviewers are reviewing your article

Over the period of 2 weeks are reviewers work closely with you to enhance the article and find ways to make your insights and research finding standout and get highlighted. There is a lot of back and forth that happens, where reviewers will give you constructive feedback and you work on implementing those suggestions to your article.

The editor makes a primary decision

You know you’re bound for publishing if your reviewer gives you revision decision. Means they want your to revise the article based on the feedback they’ve provided and resubmit.

Revise and Resubmit

The moment has arrived, revise and submit! Most articles are accepted after 1 - 2 revisions. So try and try, till you succeed.


It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for! The editor accepts your article for publishing and the review process has finally come to a fruitful end. Yay you!


The glorious day has arrived, and your article is published onto the journal and is now a part of the thriving world of research. You’ve given your community a lot to be proud of!

Share the knowledge

Did you think being a published researcher is all there is to be accomplished in the world?! Guess again! The most important thing as a member of society, is to fulfill your duties as a community member and spread the knowledge your article has to share with the world. The more your share, the more citations you can get. The impact of your article is at its peak for the first year of it’s published life. So do everything you can to make it count.

Open Access Policy

The Biomedical Research Nest is a universe of knowledge. A universe we do not want you to leave untapped. The process of setting up a community of knowledge bearers, creators, sharers and readers has taken us all over the world, gathering insight after insight and diving deeper into the world’s problems and its cures. In order to truly spread the truth and disseminate scientific know-how, we adhere to the Open Access policy, one that frees our content of any restrictions on sharing.

What is the Open Access Policy? It means:

Free Content

Want to know what’s happening in the world medical engineering? Come on by, search for the specific keyword you're looking to know about. Choose an article from the hundreds listed here and learn as much as you can about your topic. Voila! No registrations, no hidden content, no half written articles expecting to get something from you in any way. Free content available freely over the internet. Just like that!

Access Anytime, Anywhere

Stuck in traffic? Immerse yourself in the findings of a new miracle drug to cure a deadly disease. All you have to do is take our phone, or tablet, or even your laptop and log onto the journal to read away to glory!

Unlimited Sharing

Frequently visiting our journal? Want to share an interesting article on the latest findings in biotechnology advancement with your friend in college? Tap on the article and share it with anyone, anywhere with an internet connection on any device. It really is that simple! With the Open Access Policy in effect, the authors of published work, grant all the users, readers, students and other authors the right to access, circulate, copy, reuse, transmit and publicly display their research work.

Access is granted to both online and offline work, depending on the requirement of the requestor.

Paying the Article Processing Fee (APC)

One last thing left to do! Once your article is accepted for publishing, you have to pay the Article Processing Charge based on the number of words in your manuscript. Similar to the Submission Fee on top, the APC is used as operating costs by the journal to manage the journals purpose to highest standards.

APCs are as follows:

1 - 2,500 words = $400USD

2,501 - 5,000 words = $600USD

5,001 - 7,500 words = $800USD

7,501 - 10,000 words = $1000USD

10,001 - 12,500 words = $1200USD

Upon paying these dues, a tentative publishing date is set. Please note, acceptance is valid for one year from the date indicated on your article.

You’re published!

Congratulations! You made it! Now just sit back and relax, while we take care of the rest. Your article may take upto 4 months to get published onto the journal, during which time you still might receive requests to make corrections from the reviewers. On finally being published to the journal, you will receive a PDF of your manuscript through email.

You may also opt for getting hard copies of the manuscript which will be made available for a fee. Know more about it here.