Aim & Scope

Public Health and Toxicology is a double-blind peer-reviewed open access journal. Its primary focus is to assess the interaction between public health and toxicology, including how population data on disease incidence can suggest possible etiologies and how genetic and epigenetic factors can influence risk for adverse health effects. The journal also focuses on the application of how these concepts provide evidence relevant to the understanding and prevention of morbidity and mortality resulting from environmental exposures to toxic substances.

  • The journal welcomes integrated epidemiological, clinical, animal and cellular biological research to provide the scientific foundation in support of hazard identification and risk assessment, resulting from exposure to chemical or biological agents (environmental toxicology) to protect public health and the environment through subsequent recommendations to abate or reduce any resulting health effects (regulatory toxicology).
  • This includes population-based research and the evaluation of environmental risk throughout the lifespan including pre- and postnatal development, childhood, adulthood and high-risk groups, its impact on biological systems and the causes underlying the variability in susceptibility of people to exposures.
  • The journal also welcomes research on public health and public health emergency preparedness related to environmental accidents, including natural and man-made disasters, that assess this exposure>outcome association from a public health and toxicology perspective.

Full Journal Title: Public Health and Toxicology
Abbreviated Title: Public Health Toxicol
ISSN (electronic): 2732-8929
Publisher: European Publishing
Publisher Address: Science and Technological Park of Crete, Greece
Editors: See Editorial Board page
Peer Review: Double Blind
Publication Frequency: Quarterly (every three months)
Publication Medium: Electronic Only
Publication website:
First Year Published: 2021
Article Processing Charges: The journal does not levy any Article Processing Charges. Journal development has been co financed through Greece and the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund (ELEVATE GREECE)
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