Updated Author Guidelines

MyJO has updated its Author Guidelines, available here. Although the guidelines are already available, they  will come into effect for manuscripts submitted from May 14, 2021 in order to provide ample time for authors to adjust their manuscript accordingly. Please take the time to download and review the new guidelines before submitting.

Call for articles on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on ophthalmology

Considering the worlwide impact of COVID-19 on ophthalmological practice, MyJO is offering to fast-track articles on the subject. You may send your submissions by clicking here. Please stay safe!

First issue is published!

The very first issue for MyJO has been published, read it here



MyJO is currently not indexed by any service as it has only just been established. The requirements for indexation services vary, but all services will retroactively index articles as soon as MyJO is approved. Keep an eye out on ot his page to follow progress on this matter.

Welcome to our new journal

The Malaysian Journal of Ophthalmology (MyJO) has just been established, and is still in the setup stages. MyJO aims to provide a platform for ophthalmologists, clinicians, researchers, trainees, students, optometrists, and eye care providers to publish their work and to promote knowledge enhancement among ophthalmologists and eye care providers in Malaysia.

MyJO is now accepting manusript submissions, register to start the process. See the submission preparation checklist and author guidelines here