Expert Collection

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The Expert Collection series combines the well-established Expert Opinion and Expert Review journals into one essential and comprehensive collection covering the entire R&D pipeline and 17 different areas of clinical medicine.

The Expert Collection combines the personal opinions of our expert authors who are all internationally recognized experts in their fields. They provide their insights about where research is now, where it should go next, and how it should get there. Reviews published in the Expert Collection end with an expert opinion, not a conclusion.

Title Lists:

Expert Opinions: PDF | Excel

Expert Reviews: PDF | Excel


Watch this short video to learn more about the Expert Collection

Expert Collection Video

Subjects featured:



Original research

Drug evaluations

Treatment evaluations

Clinical trial evaluations

Technology evaluations

Patent evaluations

Key paper evaluations


Special reports

Mini reviews

Letters to Editor

Video abstracts

Thoughts from the community:

“In my opinion, the Expert Collection is the most relevant journal review series in the area of Pharmacology. The Expert Collection is a credible, topical and scholarly resource that I have come to rely on in my role as a leader of international pharmacological studies. It is apparent that the peer review process is thorough and critical, and the editorial process is unparalleled in terms of author support.”

Dr Roger McIntyre, University of Toronto
Expert Opinion on Drug Safety

Quick facts:

  • All Expert Collection titles are members of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
  • All Expert Collection titles are independently peer-reviewed and require full author disclosures.
  • The Expert Collection adheres to the principles of Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted in Biomedical Journals, prepared by the ICMJE and the NLM guidelines for published articles and supplements.

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