Informed consent

For studies involving human subjects, ADMET and DMPK follows the strict principles of Nuremberg Code, Declaration of Helsinki, and Belmont Report.

Researchers, sponsor or institutional ethical committee is obliged to protect rights and welfare of the human research subjects who participate in the studies. The voluntary informed consent of the human subject is absolutely necessary and must be obtained from the participants. The informed consent statement should be enclosed with the submitted manuscript in addition to the Declaration statement placed before the reference list.

Declaration statement should clearly indicate that:

  • the individuals gave free-willing consent to be part of a study and that they were made aware how their personal data will be processed and used,
  • the individuals gave permission to have their personal data published in ADMET and DMPK.

Authors are responsible for the correctness of the data provided in the manuscript. The Editor-in-Chief reserves the right to desk reject the submission not meeting the above principles and guidelines.