Journal of Diabetes and Obesity

ISSN: 2376-0494 Impact Factor: 0.565
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Editor In Cheif
Katsunori Nonogaki

Editor In Chief

About Journal

Journal of Diabetes and Obesity is devoted to increase knowledge, encouraging research and promoting better treatment for people suffering with Obesity. JDO is bond to publish under unrestricted open access peer-reviewed research and provide free and unlimited access of research articles for the betterment of the world.

Aim & Scope

Diabetes and Obesity is viewed as one of the most serious health issues in present modern world. JDO offers publication of high quality original research in the areas of clinical nutrition medicine, nutrition medicine, genetics, adipogenesis, behavioral epidemiology, biophysics and lipid metabolism, exercise and human physiology, nutritional epidemiology, phenotyping, fat cell physiology, aging, neuroscience, transgenic models, metabolic syndrome, nutrition behavior, pediatric obesity, and adipocyte cell biology.

Classification

Anti-Diabetic Activity
Body Weight Regulation
Childhood Obesity
Weight Loss Methods
Metabolic Syndrome
Fat Mass
Body Mass Index
Endocrine Disorders
Morbid Obesity
Type 1 & 2 Diabetes
Diabetic therapy
Dietary Management
Secondary Diabetes
Gestational Diabetes
Reproductive Endocrinology
Obesity
Prediabetes
Diagnostic tests for Diabetes
Screening for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes
Insulin Action
Genetic Syndromes with Diabetes
Idiopathic diabetes

Publication Charges

Ommega Publishers sincerely believes and charges reasonably in other words it is one of the publishers that provides a platform which charges economically towards the publication charges so that there are no barriers for free and fruitful knowledge sharing. Ommega Publishers have also classified their charges as defined by the World Bank Country Classification table: High Income countries, Middle Income countries and Low Income countries

Ommega journals are Open Access and do not receive any funding, we solely depend on Authors through membership fees, and article processing charges to meet the expenses like managing the team of Editorial experts and professionals to advance and support needs arising in the fields of editorials boards,marketing and IT, peer reviewing of the articles,editing of articles, developing and maintaining the software and information technology, updating the journal website, archiving of the articles and other costs associated concerning to maintain global standards of Publishing.

Ommega publishers believes and maintains high quality of services and articles through this model each and every manuscript that is accepted attract publication charges.Ommega publishers does not support any hidden costs, charge for color figures,as well as does not charge any additional fees for all the authors worldwide.

If for some reason, Researcher/ Author is unable to pay the processing charges, they can submit their applications citing the reasons for a waiver or discount to concerns@ommegaonline.com before or immediately after submitting their article.

Waivers are calculated on the Article processing fees of the related Journal after the submission and acceptance of the manuscript.

"Article Publishing Charges"charged by Ommega Online Publishers for publishing manuscripts are as follows.

Country Fee Description
SC/MR/CR/letters RA
High Income 1450 USD 2700 USD
Middle Income 970 USD 1350 USD
Low Income 450 USD 569 USD



SC=Short communication
MR=Mini review
CR= Case report
RA = Review Article/ Research Article
Note:The prices and guidelines mentioned above are subject to change without prior notice.

Keywords

Anti-Diabetic Activity, Body Weight Regulation, Childhood Obesity, Weight Loss Methods, Metabolic Syndrome, Fat Mass, Body Mass Index, Endocrine Disorders, Morbid Obesity, Type 1 & 2 Diabetes, Diabetic therapy, Dietary Management, Secondary Diabetes, Gestational Diabetes, Reproductive Endocrinology, Obesity
Prediabetes, Diagnostic tests for Diabetes, Screening for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, Insulin Action, Genetic Syndromes with Diabetes, Idiopathic diabetes