Los Angeles, California (PressExposure) July 11, 2013 -- Dr. Srinubabu Gedela, CEO, OMICS Group Incorporation is honored to sign an agreement with Ashry A. Aly, Director, Ashdin Publishing for the Journal: Bioceramics Development & Applications and is delighted to take a leap with an aspiration of making scientific knowledge open for all.
Bioceramics Development & Applications (BDA; ISSN: 2090-5025), a scholarly open access, peer reviewed and fully refereed journal illustrates the interdisciplinary approach in concern of Biomaterials and Bioceramics. Since its launch in 2011, this publication is a flagship journal of International Society for Ceramics in Medicine (ISCM) an international society dealing with researches, publication and events on clinical use of ceramics in medicine.
OMICS Group welcomes the journal under its Medical Journals: OMICS Group open access umbrella and aspires for its continued success with the support of eminent editors from around the world. Dr Guy Daculsi, Editor-in-Chief of BDA and General Secretary of ISCM continues to add his experiences, decisions, and evaluations with OMICS and BDA. BDA is devoted to the publication of high quality papers reflecting the wide variety of topics presented for preparation, characterization and analytical studies of all kinds of bioceramics and disseminating the knowledge through its open access publishing.
Dr. Srinubabu Gedela founded OMICS Group Incorporation in 2007, with the mission and vision of dissemination of knowledge and that it should rightly be available to all. OMICS Group Incorporation bestows more than 300 journals, eBooks, conferences, Scholar central, Clinical and Expert database as its initiatives to offer a common platform of scientific updates to the world.
About Ashdin Publishing:
With a commitment of providing the highest standards of peer review journals Ashdin Publishing provides its strong support to Open Access publishing through their multidisciplinary scientific, technical, and medical journals. It is founded by Ashry A. Aly in 2007 for dissemination of cutting-edge research to the global community as widely as possible.