About Journal

The first issue of the Archives of Veterinary Medicine was published in 2008 by the Scientific Veterinary Institute “Novi Sad” from Novi Sad. Our primary objective is to publish relevant articles in the field of veterinary medicine and biotechnology as well as multidisciplinary research field based papers. Our aim is to contribute to the improvement of veterinary science and profession in the Republic of Serbia and to promote the mutual exchange of information between colleagues from our country and abroad.

Archives of Veterinary Medicine is published twice yearly in print version, and is available as an on-line version from the Institute’s web site htpp://niv.ns.ac.rs. Starting from 2014, the journal is published in English language and articles of international authors are welcome. All articles undergo the „peer-review“ process. The journal is exchanged and delivered free of charge to more than 100 addresses in our country and abroad.

Pursuant to the Instruction of the Ministry of Science (MNZŽS No. 451-03-3083/2006-02-6 dated 19/04/2007), all issues are available from the Digital Repository of National Library of Serbia, http://scindeks-repozitorijum.nb.rs

The journal is in the SC Index base and undergoes bibliometric analysis. It is categorized as M52 in the field of biotechnical sciences from 2012 until today (last categorization was done for 2016).

According to Categorization of Domestic Scientific Journals for Medical Sciences for 2016. The Archives of Veterinary Medicine is scored as M51.

We sincerely invite you to submit your manuscripts – original scientific papers, review articles, case reports, notes from everyday practice – for consideration of publication. Our editorial office will enable the “visibility” of your article at both national and international levels. Our cooperation will contribute to the improvement of scientific and professional collaboration and development of veterinary medicine profession in the Republic of Serbia.






Professor Miroslav Ćirković, Ph.D.

Editor in Chief