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About the Journal

JournalCover         Indian Journal of Oncology Radiation Biology
Editor : Prof. Natarajan Gajendran Ph.D

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Aim and Scope

Indian Journal of Oncology and Radiation Biology is a peer-reviewed, fast track, open access international journal published by the Indian Society for Education and Environment (iSee). Indian Journal of Oncology and Radiation Biology exists to serve the needs of the diverse community of chemists, biologists, oncologists, providing a gateway for information flow of original and innovative research findings that have relevance to the understandings of the etiology of cancer, improving the treatment and survival of patients

Subject Coverage 

  • Radiobiology
  • Tumor biology
  • Tumor physiology
  • Radiation physics
  • Tumor sensitization
  • Normal tissue protection (including both precision avoidance and pharmacologic means)
  • Brachytherapy
  • Particle irradiation
  • Cancer imaging
  • Technical advances related to dosimetry and conformal radiation treatment
  • Molecular biology underlying cancer and normal tissue radiation response
  • Molecular and cellular radiation biology
  • Radiation physics
  • Radiation technology
  • Clinical oncology
  • Clinical research into any form of radiotherapy
  • Beam irradiation
  • Particle radiation therapy
  • Intraoperative radiation therapy
  • Stereotactic radiosurgery/radiotherapy
  • Dosimetry
  • Radiation treatment planning

Type of the Paper 

  • Original scientific research manuscript with experimental evidence and proper citations
  • Reviews highlighting the importance of scientific innovations, information with relevant background information
  • Case reports highlighting the necessity of innovations that are in demand in near future / studies highlighting the application of technology, information that strengthens or enlightens the steps to be taken towards improvement of society
  • Short communications highlighting the importance of research works that are being carried out