About

Ibni Sina Medical journal was established within TUBIAD. 4 issues  (x,y,z,q) per year are published including electronic and print format. The aim of the journal is to publish periodically new and original clinical-scientific  researchs from basic and clinical medical sciences that will be accepted by the international scholars. Invited review articles on current subjects, the editorial short articles and interesting case reports are also published..

Original Research: Clinical, prospective or retrospective and experimental work can be published.

Structure:

- Abstract (Extract) (average 200-250 words; objective, materials and methods, results and conclusions, which consists of Turkish and English)

- Introduction

- Material and Methods

- Results

- Discussion

- Results

- Acknowledgement

- References

-Graphics

-Photos

All manuscripts must be submitted electronically via the mail to the Ibni Sina Journal of Medical. There are no page charges.

 

Citations in the text should be identified by numbers in parentheses.

Journal articles:

Yalcin B, Pamir A, Buyukcelik A, Utkan G, Akbulut H, Demirkazik A, Icli F. High-dose ifosfamide with hematopoietic growth factor support in advanced bone and soft tissue sarcomas. Exp Oncol. 2004;26(4):320–5.

Books:

Aurus M, Siloki Z, Fakeda U. Basic anatomy. 3nd ed. Philadelphia: Elsevier, 2012;90-9.

Akta G, Lange N. Stem cells derived from adşpose tissue. In: Kensa D, ed. Adipose tissue. 1rd ed. Newyork: Gut Press, 2013;322-45.

 

Original Research: Clinical, prospective or retrospective and experimental work can be published.

Structure:

- Abstract (Extract) (average 200-250 words; objective, materials and methods, results and conclusions, which consists of Turkish and English)

- Introduction

- Material and Methods

- Results

- Discussion

- Results

- Acknowledgement

- References

-Graphics

-Photos

All manuscripts must be submitted electronically via the mail to the Ibni Sina Journal of Medical. There are no page charges.

 

Citations in the text should be identified by numbers in parentheses.

Journal articles

Yalcin B, Pamir A, Buyukcelik A, Utkan G, Akbulut H, Demirkazik A, Icli F. High-dose ifosfamide with hematopoietic growth factor support in advanced bone and soft tissue sarcomas. Exp Oncol. 2004;26(4):320–5.

Books

Aurus M, Siloki Z, Fakeda U. Basic anatomy. 3nd ed. Philadelphia: Elsevier, 2012;90-9.

Akta G, Lange N. Stem cells derived from adşpose tissue. In: Kensa D, ed. Adipose tissue. 1rd ed. Newyork: Gut Press, 2013;322-45.