About the Journal
Aims and Scope
“Veterinary Integrative Sciences” is an open access journal indexed in Scopus. This journal is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Chiang Mai University, Thailand. The primary aim of the journal is to facilitate and oversee the publication of a wide-range of high quality academic articles with an overall integration of the various areas of animal and veterinary sciences including;
- Animal sciences (Animal production, Animal biotechnology, Animal husbandry, Livestock industry)
- Biology of animals (Biology, Ecology, Nutrition and Genetics)
- Structure and function of animals (Biochemistry, Physiology, Anatomy and Histology)
- Pathogens and pathology in animal disease (Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology)
- Veterinary medicine (Internal Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics, Pharmacology and Epidemiology)
Veterinary Integrated Sciences is a open access journal that is committed to ensuring that all submitted manuscripts are representative of ethical, transparent and peer-reviewed research work. Articles that are published by our journal are double-blind, peer-reviewed by at least two experts. Notably, the opinions of each author may not be agreed upon by the editorial board.
Types of Articles
Reports of original research that have never been published elsewhere. The manuscript should be composed and organized according to the required sequence: 1. title page (Author names, titles, affiliations and addresses, email addresses of correspondence) 2. main text (Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, 3. Acknowledgments, 4. References, and 5. Tables and Figure legends. Table and image files should be numbered and prepared as separate files along with the main text and presented in supplemental documents.
Critical, comprehensive and specific papers presenting issues of interest or topics of significant academic value. Although, the main text structure may vary based on the review subtopics, content should be organized in the same manner as a research article.
Research reports of concise nature determined by the limitations of the study or based on a very new idea and/or controversial issue, etc. The material should present complete, original and new findings that emphasize specific research issues. The format must be similar to the original article but presented as a brief report.
Detailed reports focusing on rare cases of ill animals that have received complete and thorough diagnoses. The reports must include an Introduction, Clinical History and Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment, Discussion, and Conclusion. The case presentation should be different from that which is presented in standard textbooks.
Articles that are published by our journal are double-blind, peer-reviewed by at least two experts. Importantly, the opinions of each author may not be agreed upon by the editorial board.
Three issues: 1st issue: January-April, 2nd issue: May-August, 3rd issue: September-December.
Veterinary Integrative Sciences articles are with open access, distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 (CC-BY 4.0), conditions. It allows users to read, copy, distribute and make derivative works from the material, as long as the author of the original work is cited.
Veterinary Integrative Sciences is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Chiang Mai University, Thailand.
History of journal
Veterinary Integrative Sciences was established in 2003. For 15 years, we had published scientific journal articles under the title “Chiang Mai Veterinary Journal” (ISSN-print as 1685-9502 and ISSN-online as 2465-4604) before officially changing over to an electronic platform. The newly formatted journal is entitled “Veterinary Integrative Sciences” (ISSN as 2629-9968). Veterinary Integrative Sciences was established in the year 2018. The current web-based adaptation of the journal began with volume 16, number 2 and has continued onwards with free and open access.