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The Graduate Health & Life Sciences Research Library at Georgetown University Medical Center

Open Access Publishing and Resources

Guide to open access content and publishing, including NIH Public Access requirements

Future Science/Future Medicine


It is recommended that authors read the "fine print" on the publisher site very carefully before submission as each agreement covers different types of articles and has different requirements for authors.


Description Publication fees are waived except for drug evaluation articles and content/research sponsored or funded by pharma/biotech
Available to Corresponding authors or co-authors with a current, full time Georgetown University Medical Center affiliation


Future Medicinal Chemistry

Pharmaceutical Patent Analyst 

Therapeutic Delivery

Biomarkers in Medicine


Future Cardiology

Future Microbiology

Future Oncology

Future Virology 


Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine

Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research 


Neurodegenerative Disease Management 

Pain Management 

Personalized Medicine 


Regenerative Medicine 


Future Drug Discovery 

Future Science 

International Journal of Pharmacokinetics 

Breast Cancer Management 

CNS Oncology 

Colorectal Cancer


Future Neurology 

Future Rare Diseases 

Hepatic Oncology 

International Journal of Endocrine Oncology 

International Journal of Hematologic Oncology 

Lung Cancer Management 

Melanoma Management 

Copyright Details Articles from member institutions will be published using a CC-BY-NC-ND license, unless otherwise stated in the agreement
Institutional Repository Authors are encourged to ask the publisher if their article is eligible to be added into an insitutional repository.  If so,  please contact and a DML  staff member will facilitate access into the DigitalGeorgetown institutional repository.
Submission Guidelines

Future Medicine author guidelines

Future Science author guidelines

Authors that participate are asked to include the acknowledgement statement: funding support is in part from Georgetown University Medical Center.