Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics (CPT) is an established voice of the discipline, a trusted source of new knowledge showcasing discovery, translation, and application of novel therapeutic paradigms to advance the management of patients and populations. Identifying, evaluating, prioritizing, and disseminating the best science along the discovery-development-regulatory-utilization continuum are responsibilities shared through peer review. To enhance the uniformity of this essential component of quality assurance and innovation, and maximize the value of the journal and its contents to authors, reviewers, and the readership, we review key concepts concerning peer review as it specifically relates to CPT.
Waldman, Scott A. and Terzic, Andre M., "Peer Review Certifies Quality and Innovation in Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics." (2017). Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics Faculty Papers. Paper 85.