Aims and Scope

Aims. Current Biomedicine aims to disseminate biomedical research accurately and quickly, providing meaningful impacts and benefits to society.

 

Scope. Current Biomedicine encompasses broader relevant topics in biology (life science), directly or indirectly, to support human and animal health, which can benefit one another (one medicine). These fields include (but are not limited to):

  • anatomy,
  • physiology,
  • histology,
  • embryology,
  • genetics,
  • pharmacology,
  • toxicology,
  • pharmacy,
  • parasitology,
  • pathology,
  • microbiology,
  • clinics,
  • radiology and imaging,
  • surgery,
  • experimental surgery,
  • reproduction,
  • ethnomedicine,
  • phytopharmaceuticals,
  • biotechnology,
  • biomedical engineering,
  • bioinformatics,
  • public health,
  • epidemiology,
  • legislation and bioethics, and
  • one health.