Journal - Experimental Eye Research

The goal of Experimental Eye Research is to publish original research papers on all aspects of the anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, biophysics, molecular biology, biophysics, pharmacology, developmental biology, microbiology, and immunology of the eye. The journal is subdivided into four sections; Aqueous Humor and Blood Flow, Cornea and Ocular Surface, Lens and Retina and Choroid, each with their own section editors. Short "Letters to the Editor" on current research, or remarks on recently published papers, are reviewed and published promptly.

ISER members receive a substantially reduced subscription rate for the Experimental Eye Research - over $200 in savings for most member categories! Subscribers can choose from online or print subscription formats, and ISER members also receive FREE COLOR PRINTING! Only one member per research team is required.

The impact factor for Experimental Eye Research as of 2016 is 3.332, with a cumulative 5-year impact factor of 3.235.