Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science (IOVS), published online several times a month, is an official journal of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), an international organization whose purpose is to advance research worldwide into understanding the visual system and preventing, treating and curing its disorders. Included are original contributions that emphasize clinical and laboratory hypothesis-based research with statistically valid results that clearly advance the fields of ophthalmic and vision research. IOVS de-emphasizes purely descriptive research. Subjects cover the 13 sections represented by ARVO's membership and the 3 ARVO cross-sectional groups. Short updates on notable new developments in important research areas are also published, but only by invitation. Summaries of meetings/symposia and general review articles are not considered.
Editorial Board Member (EBM) List
Manuscripts must be submitted using the IOVS manuscript tracking
system at https://iovs.msubmit.net. Please see
http://iovs.arvojournals.org/ss/forauthors.aspx for manuscript
preparation and submission instructions.
Impact factor for 2016: 3.303
Ranked #11 of 59 in the category Ophthalmology
2017 Release of Journal Citation Reports; Source: 2016 Web of Science Data
The 2016 impact factor represents the number of citations in 2016 to articles published in 2014 and 2015, divided by the total
number of articles published in 2014 and 2015.
IOVS is now open access, beginning with articles published in January 2016. All back content published prior to 2016, while not fully open access, is freely accessible. No subscriptions are needed. For more information about IOVS's move to open access, please click here.
Editor-in-Chief: Donald C. Hood, PhD
Director of Journals: Jon Mallett, +184.108.40.20621
Journals Manager: Debbie Chin, +220.127.116.1126
Editorial Coordinator: Marco Stoutamire, +18.104.22.16839
IOVS Editorial Office
1801 Rockville Pike, Suite 400
Rockville, MD 20852