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Frequently Asked Questions

What is CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology?
CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology (CPT:PSP) is a sibling journal to the well-established high impact journal, Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics (2014 Impact Factor, 7.903, Journal Citation Reports, Thomson Reuters, 2015). The journal provides a unique international forum for scientists in the pharmacometrics and systems pharmacology space. CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology publishes advances in quantitative methods as applied in pharmacology, physiology, and therapeutics in humans with a common focus on the application of these two areas on drug development. The journal is published in partnership with Wiley. CPT:PSP is an official journal of the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (ASCPT) and the International Society of Pharmacometrics (ISoP).

How is CPT:PSP different from CPT?
While Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics will continues to publish papers in these fields if they apply to a broader audience and general interest, CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology provides authors a second publication choice for papers that are targeted more uniquely to the pharmacometrics and systems pharmacology communities.

What type of papers does CPT:PSP publish?
The journal publishes original research articles and reviews, tutorials, and perspectives. For full descriptions of the manuscript types considered for CPT:PSP, read the CPT:PSP
Guide to Authors.

  Lena Friberg, PhD, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of CPT:PSP, describes the
types of papers within the scope of the journal. Watch her full response here

Will CPT:PSP be published in print?
No, CPT:PSP is an online-only journal. 

Where can I read CPT:PSP?
CPT:PSP is now available online at the Wiley Online Library. New content is published online every day. Keep abreast of the latest research by signing up to receive the new content alerts for CPT:PSP.

What does it mean that CPT:PSP is an open access journal?
CPT: Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology makes all content freely available to researchers worldwide, ensuring maximum dissemination of content through the Wiley platform. Content is published online on a daily basis to provide timely communication to the community and keep publication times to a minimum.

Does CPT:PSP gave an impact factor?
As a new journal, CPT:PSP does not yet have an impact factor. Because impact factor is a lagging indicator, it will take two years before CPT:PSP has one.

Where is CPT:PSP indexed:
British Library
Chemical Abstracts
China Academic Library & Information System
CrossRef
Current Contents/Thomson Reuters
Directory of Open Access Journals
EBSCO
Infotrieve
Nature Publishing Index Asia-Pacific
OVID
Portico
PubMed Central
Scopus
Swets
University of Toronto Libraries


How can I submit a manuscript?
Submit your manuscript using eJournalPress.

Learn more about manuscript submission and read the CPT:PSP Guide to Authors.  Prior to submitting your manuscript, please verify that you have provided all of the information listed in the Submission Checklist and formatted your paper to follow the Sample Manuscript Template.
 
Please direct questions about CPT:PSP to the ASCPT Editorial Office:
E-mail:
psp@ascpt.org
Phone: (703) 836-6981
Fax: (703) 836-6996
528 North Washington Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

Does CPT:PSP charge for submission?
There is no submission fee for CPT:PSP.

What fees are involved in publishing in CPT:PSP?
Authors are required to pay an article processing fee per accepted article. The article processing charge is $3,000/£2,000/€2,400 (plus VAT where applicable). ASCPT members and dual ASCPT-ISoP members will receive a reduced Article Processing Charge.
 
Is the International Society of Pharmacometrics involved with CPT:PSP?
CPT:Pharmacometrics & Systems Pharmacology is an official journal of the International Society of Pharmacometrics (ISoP). ISoP seeks to promote and advance the discipline of pharmacometrics and broaden its impact through scientific innovation, integration of knowledge and skills across disciplines, and a positive impact on biomedical research and development and joins ASCPT’s efforts to increase awareness about the importance of pharmacometrics in drug development.
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Associate Editor Donald Mager, PhD, PharmD, explains how ISoP is involved with CPT:PSP. Watch his full response here.

Is the ASCPT open access discount available to ISoP Members?
While the ASCPT member discount is not available to ISoP members, ASCPT does offer a dual ASCPT-ISoP membership option. Those interested in taking advantage of this dual membership option should contact members@ascpt.org. Dual ASCPT-ISoP members who are the first, last, or corresponding author on the paper are eligible for the discounted open access fee.
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Can I exceed the word and reference limits stated in the Guide to Authors?
No, although CPT:PSP publishes online only, exceeding the stated word and reference limits is not an option. Exceeding the stated limits would cause delays in the production process, resulting in delayed online publication.

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What should I do with additional information that will not fit within the allowed word/reference/table/figure limits?
Any material that cannot fit within the allowed word and reference limits may be supplied as supporting information.

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What type of copyright does CPT:PSP utilize?
CPT:PSP articles are published under a Creative Commons license. Authors may choose between the Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC-BY 3.0) license, the Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported (CC-BY-NC-SA 3.0) license, or the Attribution-Noncommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC-BY-NC-ND 3.0) license.
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Will a paper turned down by CPT automatically be considered by CPT:PSP?
Papers turned down by CPT but potentially appropriate for CPT:PSP may be transferred for consideration. Because of the open access fees involved with publishing in CPT:PSP, this process is not automatic. Instead, authors will be given the option of transferring their paper.
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Can a paper publish in both CPT and CPT:PSP?
CPT and CPT:PSP are independent publications and, therefore, dual publication is not an option.
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How can I become a reviewer for CPT:PSP?
Anyone interested in being a reviewer for CPT:PSP should complete the reviewer form or send your contact information and 5-7 keywords (areas of expertise) via email to psp@ascpt.org.
 
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