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Discover the future of sensory medicine with Eye & ENT Research

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Higher Education Press

Cover of the First Issue


Cover of the First Issue

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Eye & ENT Research, a pioneering open-access journal, stands at the forefront of integrating ophthalmology and otolaryngology research. This innovative platform bridges the gap between basic science and clinical applications, focusing on vision, hearing, smell, and related human diseases. Our mission is clear: to advance understanding and treatment within these vital fields, offering researchers and clinicians globally the latest findings and methodologies.

Cutting-Edge Science at Your Fingertips

As part of our commitment to excellence and accessibility, Eye & ENT Research ensures that all published articles are immediately available to the global scientific community. By removing access barriers, we facilitate a seamless exchange of ideas and discoveries across continents and disciplines. Our articles span a wide range of topics including but not limited to:

  • Innovative treatments and technologies in ophthalmology and otolaryngology
  • Pathogenesis and clinical diagnosis and treatment of chronic nasal diseases such as allergic rhinitis and chronic sinusitis.
  • Genetic factors in vision and hearing loss

Eye & ENT Research offers numerous advantages to contributors:

  • High Visibility and Impact: As an open-access journal, your work will have a global reach, ensuring it gets the attention it deserves.
  • Rigorous Peer Review: Our thorough review process guarantees the publication of only the highest quality research.
  • Interdisciplinary Focus: We cover a wide array of topics, encouraging the fusion of ideas and techniques from different fields.
  • Speedy Publication: Our streamlined editorial process ensures your research is published promptly, allowing rapid dissemination of your findings.

Leading the Way in Research and Innovation

Under the expert guidance of our esteemed editorial board, led by Editor-in-Chief Luo Zhang, and Executive Editor-in-Chief Zi-Bing Jin from Beijing Tongren Hospital, and co-editors from prestigious institutions around the world, our journal upholds the highest standards of scholarly excellence. The editorial team’s dedication ensures that each article contributes significantly to its field, pushing the boundaries of medical science.

A Platform for Global Collaboration

Eye & ENT Research is not just a journal; it is a community of passionate researchers and clinicians committed to improving patient outcomes and advancing the science of ophthalmology and otolaryngology. By fostering an environment of collaboration and support, we help authors and researchers to not only share their work but also to find potential collaborators to help take their research to the next level.

Join Our Contributor Community

We invite researchers from all areas of vision and hearing sciences to submit their original research, reviews, and more. Share your breakthroughs and clinical advancements with us and contribute to the collective knowledge of the ophthalmology and otolaryngology fields. Visit our submissions page ( to learn more about how you can contribute to Eye & ENT Research.

Looking Forward

Eye & ENT Research is more than just a publication; it's a movement towards a deeper understanding and better treatment of sensory medical conditions. With each article, we move closer to breakthroughs in patient care and therapeutic strategies. Whether you are a researcher looking to publish your work, a clinician seeking the latest in treatment methodologies, or a policy-maker shaping the future of healthcare, Eye & ENT Research is your go-to source for the latest in eye and ENT research.

Join us in our mission to illuminate the path of scientific discovery and clinical excellence. Together, we can change the landscape of medical research and healthcare.

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