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Drug Delivery and Translational Research

An Official Journal of the Controlled Release Society

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Drug Delivery and Translational Research is a dedicated platform for high-quality research focused on translational aspects of drug delivery/novel drug delivery systems.

  • Explores the effect of rationally developed, effective delivery systems in different disease conditions.
  • Considers preclinical and clinical data related to drug delivery systems.
  • Devices for drug delivery and drug/device combination products.
  • Provides a unique blend of original full-length papers, communications, reviews, and more.
  • Includes reports of future meetings, research highlights, and announcements pertaining to activities of the Controlled Release Society (CRS).

This is a transformative journal, you may have access to funding.

Editor-in-Chief
  • Maria Jose Alonso
Impact factor
5.7 (2023)
5 year impact factor
5.5 (2023)
Submission to first decision (median)
11 days
Downloads
699,192 (2023)

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Latest issue

August 2024 |

Volume 14, Issue 8

Fifty Years of Sciences with Patrick Couvreur. A Tribute to Professor Patrick Couvreur: A Creative and Visionary Scientist in the Field of Nanomedicine. Guest Editors: María José Alonso, María J. Blanco-Prieto, and Elias Fattal

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Electronic ISSN
2190-3948
Print ISSN
2190-393X
Abstracted and indexed in
  1. Baidu
  2. CLOCKSS
  3. CNKI
  4. CNPIEC
  5. Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS)
  6. Dimensions
  7. EBSCO
  8. EMBASE
  9. Google Scholar
  10. Japanese Science and Technology Agency (JST)
  11. Medline
  12. Meta
  13. Naver
  14. Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals and Series
  15. OCLC WorldCat Discovery Service
  16. Portico
  17. ProQuest
  18. Reaxys
  19. SCImago
  20. SCOPUS
  21. Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE)
  22. TD Net Discovery Service
  23. UGC-CARE List (India)
  24. Wanfang
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