Medical publishing made smarter, affordable and hassle-free.
An innovative, more efficient platform for doctors to publish and share research.
Why publish with Cureus?
The challenge to publish or perish can be an enduring headache. Cureus makes it easy - free publication for articles that meet our editorial standards, and publication time measured in days, not months.
Cureus takes the pain out of peer review. Your work is no longer at the mercy of an opaque and mysterious panel. Efficient pre-publication peer review and community-based, post-publication examination and discussion ensure that your article receives a helpful and informative review.
Relevant vs. irrelevant? Groundbreaking vs. benign? Cureus lets you decide. Scholarly Impact Quotient™ (SIQ™) is our unique post-publication, peer-review process that leverages the collective intelligence of the Cureus community to judge article impact, novelty and quality.
Now indexed with PubMed Central, your work will rapidly capture the broad exposure it deserves. And with no paywalls, Cureus provides unhindered access to your research – across medical specialties, healthcare systems and geographies.
What Our Users Are Saying
"Why be part of medical publishing’s past when you can be part of the future? Why choose complicated and expensive when you can have simple and affordable? As an author, Cureus makes you wonder — why are all journals not this user friendly?"David Roberge, M.D.Head of the Department of Radiation Oncology,
Centre hospitalier de l'université de Montréal (CHUM)
"Cureus is an innovative and exciting approach to peer-reviewed publishing. It will undoubtedly change the face of medical journals."Odette Harris, M.D.Associate Professor of Neurosurgery,
Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Health Care System
"The opportunity to help build and contribute to our Cureus channel has galvanized our young faculty and enabled Stanford Neurosurgery to boost awareness about our latest research and clinical experience."Steven D. Chang, M.D.Robert C. and Jeannette Powell Neurosciences Professor,
Stanford School of Medicine