Virtual Center for Research and Education in Visual Science
As a leading center for research in visual science, IVORC has been considered as an independent, nonprofit research institute.
With its unique focus on international collaboration, IVORC brings together experts from around the world in all areas of vision science.
This is accomplished through active international programs in which researchers work with staff scientists and their academic networks.
As a leading center for research in visual science, IVRC has been considered as one of the independent, nonprofit research hubs.
It has been founded to consider as a dedicated group of eye care professionals with a strong vision to support the cutting-edge education and research in eye care programs in either basic or clinical fields.
With its unique focus on international collaboration, IVORC brings together experts from around the world in all areas of vision science to enhance ophthalmic education and research. This is accomplished through active international programs in which researchers work with academic networks.
You may reach to Journal under the name of “Med Hypothesis Discov Innov Ophthalmol” with articles affiliated to more than 30 countries.
Founded in 2012, “Med Hypothesis Discov Innov Ophthalmol” is an international, open access, peer-reviewed (double-blind), quarterly journal that consider publications related to visual sciences. The Journal of “Medical Hypothesis, Discovery & Innovation in Ophthalmology” has been published at this center since 2012 listed to PubMed Central and Scopus archive.
The journal is interested to evidence-based ideas and hypotheses in the realm of ophthalmology, optometry and visual sciences either basic or clinical studies. Also, the journal looks for discoveries, innovations, minimal invasive surgeries, and safe modalities of treatment that may contain creativity to publish them for maximum visibility.
The journal is of interest to a broad audience of visual scientists and publishes original articles, reviews, case reports/series, and commentaries. Manuscripts that has not been or will not be published elsewhere, without any ethical problem or malpractice would be published.
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