Journal of Modern Medicinal Chemistry

About the Journal

Editor-in-Chief: Rolf Teschke

Abbreviated Key Title: J. Mod. Med. Chem.

ISSN (Online): 2308-8044

Published by: Synergy Publishers

Periodicity: One volume per year – Open Access


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Aims & Scope

Journal of Modern Medicinal Chemistry (JMMC) provides as an international journal the reader with peer-reviewed publications on a broad range of chemical and biochemical aspects related to humans and their diseases. Medicinal chemistry is an exciting scientific discipline at the corner of medicine, pharmacology, pharmacy, pharmacovigilance, toxicology, and organic or inorganic chemistry.

Submissions are encouraged for the following topics:

  • Drug development and research with principles of rational drug design
  • Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics
  • Benefit over risk constellation in drug treatment
  • Randomized controlled trials (RCT) in drug treatment
  • Causality assessment of adverse events and reactions associated with drug treatment
  • Molecular basis and targets of drugs
  • Drug-drug interactions
  • Drug related pharmacovigilance
  • Nature based, non herbal drug development
  • Development of nature based medicinal products including herbs and phytochemicals
  • Traditional medicine
  • Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) in herbal medicine
  • Benefit versus risk ratio in herbal medicine in the context of other therapies
  • Pharmacovigilance in herbal medicine
  • Causality assessment of adverse events and reactions under herbal treatment
  • Herb-herb and herb-drug interactions
  • Toxic human diseases
  • Biochemical, pathobiochemical and chemical aspects in human diseases and their target organs
  • Novel animal models of human diseases
  • Novel experimental data relevant for human disease