Guiding Statement for ImmunoInformatics

The principal aim of ImmunoInformatics is to become the main forum for communication among basic, translational, clinical, and technical research practitioners and trainees in the field, and to have global authorship and readership.

ImmunoInformatics communicates subject matter that is focused on the development of computational and modelling methods and resources for the understanding of immunological information and for defining new hypotheses related to immune responses. Its cross-disciplinary nature provides an exceptional opportunity for disseminating work that is on the interface of complementary scientific and technological domains.

ImmunoInformatics adheres to strict academic standards and places the highest priority on fair and rigorous review and speedy publication, thus offering authors and readers high quality and independence from academic societies and other vested interests. Building and sustaining a healthy readership that is attracted to quality, relevance, and readability is a priority for the journal.

ImmunoInformatics aims to provide a respectful, and harassment-free environment for everyone involved regardless of age, sex, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, (dis)ability, physical appearance, race, ethnicity, nationality, marital status, military status, veteran status, religious beliefs, dietary requirements, childbirth- and pregnancy-related medical conditions or childcare requirements.

All interactions between editors, reviewers, and authors in ImmunoInformatics must be respectful and constructive. Bullying, harassment, intimidation, and discrimination of any kind is not tolerated.