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Trends in Biomedical Research

An Open Access, Peer Reviewed Journal
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Online ISSN: 2632-0509

Volume 03, Issue 01


The role of wild dreams in living objects

Martin Vlcek

Review Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

October 25, 2019


Understanding of “-omics” of Parkinson’s disease

Sha Zheng Xue Wen Jian Feng Fangfang Liu Greg Mirt Fan Xu

Review Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

November 18, 2019


Therapeutic effectiveness of moderate energy restriction in obese Tunisian women

Bouchoucha Mongia Bouchoucha Rim Bellali Hédia Akrout Mouna Kallel Amani Jemaa Riadh Feki Moncef Slimane Hédia Ben Mansour Abderraouf

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

January 13, 2020


Estimating human glioblastoma xenograft DCE-MRI response to Bevacizumab treatment

Jesper Carl Karsten Nielsen Soeren Ravn

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

April 16, 2020


The value of urinary RBP4 in the diagnosis of FSGS and other renal diseases

Karolina Marek-Bukowiec Andrzej Konieczny Krzysztof Ratajczyk Katarzyna Macur Paulina Czaplewska Agnieszka Czyżewska-Buczyńska Paweł Kowal Wojciech Witkiewicz

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

September 07, 2020


Development of an IGF1R longevity variant mouse line using CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing

Yan Dou Martin Darvas Kavita Sharma Julie Mathieu John Morton Heidi Tan Carolina Soto-Palma Luise A. Angelini Sara J. McGowan Laura J. Niedernhofer Yousin Suh Paul D. Robbins Nir Barzilai Warren C. Ladiges

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

October 08, 2020


About Journal


Trends in Biomedical Research (JTBR) leading open access publisher of original research papers in biomedical Sciences. JTBR attracts a broad readership, with its general and technical articles. Trends in Biomedical Research (JTBR) publishes high quality open access research articles with a special emphasis on basic, translational and clinical research into molecular therapeutics and cellular therapies, including animal models and clinical trials.

Biomedical research is the broad area of science that involves the investigation of the biological process and the causes of disease through careful experimentation, observation, laboratory work, analysis, and testing. Scientists expand this knowledge base to discover ways to prevent ill-health, and to develop beneficial products, medications, and procedures to treat and cure diseases and conditions that cause illness and death in ourselves, our families and friends, our pets, farm animals, and wildlife. This general field of research includes many areas of both the life and physical sciences.

Utilizing biotechnology techniques, biomedical researchers study biological processes and diseases with the ultimate goal of developing effective treatments and cures. Biomedical research is an evolutionary process requiring careful experimentation by many scientists, including biologists and chemists. Discovery of new medicines and therapies requires careful scientific experimentation, development, and evaluation.

Topics covered by Trends in Biomedical Research (JTBR) include, but are not limited to: 

Cell biology

Biomedical diagnostics

Developmental biology

Biomedical ethics

Genetics

Biomedical therapy

Computational studies

Biomedical systems

Biophysics

Biomedical technology

Immunology

Medical research

Translational medicine biomedical research

Clinical research

Biomedicine

Physiology

Biomedical science

Pharmacology

Biomedical engineering

Biochemistry

Biology

Personalized medicine

Biomedical informatics

Surgical instrument disciplines

Trends in Biomedical Research accepts direct submissions from authors: Attach your word file with e-mail and send it to: submissions@oatext.com alternatively to editor.jtbr@oatext.com

Please, follow the Instructions for Authors. In the cover letter add the name and e-mail address of 5 proposed reviewers (we can choose them or not).

Copyright is retained by the authors and articles can be freely used and distributed by others. Articles are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work, first published by Trends in Biomedical Research, is properly cited.

Prof.Danny Gohel


Prof. Danny Gohel currently working as a Professor in the department of Biomedical Sciences and Associate Vice President of Academic Development, School of Medical & Health Sciences, Tung Wah College, Hong Kong. Previously he worked as Associate Dean & Associate Professor of Department of Health Technology & Informatics, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HKPolyU), Hong Kong.

He completed his graduation from University of South Florida, USA and received doctoral studies from Hong Kong University, Hong Kong.

He has Teaching experience in Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Clinical Chemistry, Immunology, Pharmacology, Toxicology.

Prof. Danny Gohel research is related to Bladder cancer research, Chinese medicine research, Mucopolysaccharide treatment research, Kidney stone research, General biochemistry and immunology research.

He has many publications on Herbal preparations affect the kinetic factors of calcium oxalate crystallization in synthetic urine implications for kidney stone therapy, Effects of melamine on urine crystallization kinetics and cell responses, The initial and subsequent inflammatory events during calcium oxalate lithiasis and Hyaluronans – crystallization-promoting activity and HPLC analysis of urinary excretion, etc.

Prof. Emmanuel Andres


Prof. Emmanuel ANDRES is a Professor of Internal Medicine and Head of the Department of Internal Medicine in the University hospital of Strasbourg, France.

In 1996, Dr Andrès received his MD degree in Internal Medicine, at the University of Strasbourg, France. He worked as an associated professor in the University Hospital of Strasbourg, France. In 1998 he worked as PhD in Molecular Biology in the Laboratory of Professor Hoffmann (2011, Nobel Prize of Medicine) in the field of cationic antimicrobial peptides and pathogens - host relations. In 2002, he was nominated Professor at the University of Strasbourg, France. He also was in the head of an Internal Medicine Department (of 62 beads) in the University hospital of Strasbourg, France. 

Prof. Emmanuel ANDRES awarded the French Society of Haematology, price for research in the field of anaemia related to cobalamin or folate deficiencies in 2004. Achievements include development of research in: all type of anaemia, neutropenia and thrombocytopenia, particularly drug-induced neutropenia and agranulocytosis or thrombocytopenia; haematopoietic growth factors; and cobalamin deficiencies. He also conducts several studies on inflammatory or immune disorders. His recent works also include research and development on human sounds analysis, electronic stethoscope, e-auscultation, and e-medicine. 

His research is related to immunity; host-pathogens relation; immune cytopenias; systemic immune  and inflammatory diseases; chronic pathologies, telemedicine, drug-induced side effects, vitamin deficiency.

Prof. Yoshiaki Kikuchi


Prof. Yoshiaki Kikuchi research interest related to Functional Neuroanatomy, Sports medicine, Neurorehabilitation, parental love especially mother love, Neuroimaging, Psychiatry, Brain Science, Humanity, Love, Nostalgia, Self-esteem, reward system, resilience, homeostasis, interoception, emotion, Beauty, Brain.

He has many publications on The Brain Feeling Happiness, Chemistry & Chemical Industry, Gender Differences of Brain Activity in the Conflicts Based on Implicit Self-esteem and The Neural Basis of Emotion Underlying Human Nature – Its Adaptive Mechanism, etc. He has more than 100 publications and reviewed more than 200 articles. His is an Editorial Board member of many International Journals.

Prof.Danny Gohel


Prof. Danny Gohel currently working as a Professor in the department of Biomedical Sciences and Associate Vice President of Academic Development, School of Medical & Health Sciences, Tung Wah College, Hong Kong. Previously he worked as Associate Dean & Associate Professor of Department of Health Technology & Informatics, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HKPolyU), Hong Kong.

He completed his graduation from University of South Florida, USA and received doctoral studies from Hong Kong University, Hong Kong.

He has Teaching experience in Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Clinical Chemistry, Immunology, Pharmacology, Toxicology.

Prof. Danny Gohel research is related to Bladder cancer research, Chinese medicine research, Mucopolysaccharide treatment research, Kidney stone research, General biochemistry and immunology research.

He has many publications on Herbal preparations affect the kinetic factors of calcium oxalate crystallization in synthetic urine implications for kidney stone therapy, Effects of melamine on urine crystallization kinetics and cell responses, The initial and subsequent inflammatory events during calcium oxalate lithiasis and Hyaluronans – crystallization-promoting activity and HPLC analysis of urinary excretion, etc.

Prof. Emmanuel Andres


Prof. Emmanuel ANDRES is a Professor of Internal Medicine and Head of the Department of Internal Medicine in the University hospital of Strasbourg, France.

In 1996, Dr Andrès received his MD degree in Internal Medicine, at the University of Strasbourg, France. He worked as an associated professor in the University Hospital of Strasbourg, France. In 1998 he worked as PhD in Molecular Biology in the Laboratory of Professor Hoffmann (2011, Nobel Prize of Medicine) in the field of cationic antimicrobial peptides and pathogens - host relations. In 2002, he was nominated Professor at the University of Strasbourg, France. He also was in the head of an Internal Medicine Department (of 62 beads) in the University hospital of Strasbourg, France. 

Prof. Emmanuel ANDRES awarded the French Society of Haematology, price for research in the field of anaemia related to cobalamin or folate deficiencies in 2004. Achievements include development of research in: all type of anaemia, neutropenia and thrombocytopenia, particularly drug-induced neutropenia and agranulocytosis or thrombocytopenia; haematopoietic growth factors; and cobalamin deficiencies. He also conducts several studies on inflammatory or immune disorders. His recent works also include research and development on human sounds analysis, electronic stethoscope, e-auscultation, and e-medicine. 

His research is related to immunity; host-pathogens relation; immune cytopenias; systemic immune  and inflammatory diseases; chronic pathologies, telemedicine, drug-induced side effects, vitamin deficiency.

Prof. Yoshiaki Kikuchi


Prof. Yoshiaki Kikuchi research interest related to Functional Neuroanatomy, Sports medicine, Neurorehabilitation, parental love especially mother love, Neuroimaging, Psychiatry, Brain Science, Humanity, Love, Nostalgia, Self-esteem, reward system, resilience, homeostasis, interoception, emotion, Beauty, Brain.

He has many publications on The Brain Feeling Happiness, Chemistry & Chemical Industry, Gender Differences of Brain Activity in the Conflicts Based on Implicit Self-esteem and The Neural Basis of Emotion Underlying Human Nature – Its Adaptive Mechanism, etc. He has more than 100 publications and reviewed more than 200 articles. His is an Editorial Board member of many International Journals.

Editor-in-Chief


Prof. Danny Gohel

Tung Wah College, Hong Kong

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Prof. Emmanuel Andres

University Hospital of Strasbourg, France

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Prof. Yoshiaki Kikuchi

Tokyo Metropolitan University of Japan

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Regional Editor-in-Chief


Haiyan Zhu

Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Kent State University
USA

Editorial Board


Chee Kong Yap

Department of Biology
Universiti Putra Malaysia
Malaysia

Alberto Falchetti

Head of Metabolic Bone and Mineral Diseases Villa Donatello Private Hospital Florence
Italy

Emad Hamdy Gad

Hepatobiliary and liver transplantation
National Liver Institute, Menoufiya University, Shebein Elkoum
Egypt


Hasan Onur Şimşek

Assistant Professor and Chair of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Adnan Menderes University
Turkey

Haydar Ali ERKEN

Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine
Balikesir University
Turkey

Nisreen Mohammed Nagi AL-Namnam

Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Clinical Science
University of Malaya
Malaysia


Vaughn Easton Whittaker

Assistant Professor
Department of Surgery, Westchester Medical University
USA

Xavier Riaud

Associate Professor
National Academy of Dental Surgery
France

Steliana Rizeanu

Faculty of Psychology
Hyperion University
Romania


Sana Farista

Consulting Periodontist and Laser Specialist
Mayur Davda and SSD Hospital
India

Suprakash Chaudhury

Professor
Depatment of Psychiatry
Dr D Y Patil Medical College,Hospital & Research Center
India

Nikolaos A. Chrysanthakopoulos

Dental and Oral Surgeon
University of Athens
Greece


Yingfeng Deng

Assistant Professor
Department of Internal Medicine
Touchstone Diabetes Center
USA

Lanis Hicks

Professor Emeritus
Health Management and Informatics
USA

Vural Fidan

Associate Professor
Yunus Emre Government Hospital
Turkey


Erich Cosmi

Associate Professor
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Italy

Somchai Amornyotin

Associate Professor
Department of Anesthesiology and Siriraj GI Endoscopy Center
Mahidol University
Thailand

Sena Caglar Andac

Associate Professor
Department of Analytical Chemistry
Istanbul University
Turkey

In Press


Hyaluronic acid in the heart

Trainini Jorge Wernicke Mario Beraudo Mario Lowenstein Jorge Trainini Alejandro Bastarrica María Elena

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

January 29, 2021


Current Issue

Volume 3, Issue 1


The role of wild dreams in living objects

Martin Vlcek

Review Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

October 25, 2019


Understanding of “-omics” of Parkinson’s disease

Sha Zheng Xue Wen Jian Feng Fangfang Liu Greg Mirt Fan Xu

Review Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

November 18, 2019


Therapeutic effectiveness of moderate energy restriction in obese Tunisian women

Bouchoucha Mongia Bouchoucha Rim Bellali Hédia Akrout Mouna Kallel Amani Jemaa Riadh Feki Moncef Slimane Hédia Ben Mansour Abderraouf

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

January 13, 2020


Estimating human glioblastoma xenograft DCE-MRI response to Bevacizumab treatment

Jesper Carl Karsten Nielsen Soeren Ravn

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

April 16, 2020


The value of urinary RBP4 in the diagnosis of FSGS and other renal diseases

Karolina Marek-Bukowiec Andrzej Konieczny Krzysztof Ratajczyk Katarzyna Macur Paulina Czaplewska Agnieszka Czyżewska-Buczyńska Paweł Kowal Wojciech Witkiewicz

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

September 07, 2020


Development of an IGF1R longevity variant mouse line using CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing

Yan Dou Martin Darvas Kavita Sharma Julie Mathieu John Morton Heidi Tan Carolina Soto-Palma Luise A. Angelini Sara J. McGowan Laura J. Niedernhofer Yousin Suh Paul D. Robbins Nir Barzilai Warren C. Ladiges

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

October 08, 2020


Archive


Volume 3

The role of wild dreams in living objects

Martin Vlcek

Review Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

October 25, 2019


Understanding of “-omics” of Parkinson’s disease

Sha Zheng Xue Wen Jian Feng Fangfang Liu Greg Mirt Fan Xu

Review Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

November 18, 2019


Therapeutic effectiveness of moderate energy restriction in obese Tunisian women

Bouchoucha Mongia Bouchoucha Rim Bellali Hédia Akrout Mouna Kallel Amani Jemaa Riadh Feki Moncef Slimane Hédia Ben Mansour Abderraouf

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

January 13, 2020


Estimating human glioblastoma xenograft DCE-MRI response to Bevacizumab treatment

Jesper Carl Karsten Nielsen Soeren Ravn

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

April 16, 2020


The value of urinary RBP4 in the diagnosis of FSGS and other renal diseases

Karolina Marek-Bukowiec Andrzej Konieczny Krzysztof Ratajczyk Katarzyna Macur Paulina Czaplewska Agnieszka Czyżewska-Buczyńska Paweł Kowal Wojciech Witkiewicz

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

September 07, 2020


Development of an IGF1R longevity variant mouse line using CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing

Yan Dou Martin Darvas Kavita Sharma Julie Mathieu John Morton Heidi Tan Carolina Soto-Palma Luise A. Angelini Sara J. McGowan Laura J. Niedernhofer Yousin Suh Paul D. Robbins Nir Barzilai Warren C. Ladiges

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

October 08, 2020


Volume 2

Identification of ANXA1 as a diagnostic and lymphatic metastasis factor in colorectal cancer

Qing-Hua Liu Mei Ding Jin-Min Sun Zu-An Zhu

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

November 26, 2018


Investigation of susceptible gas station workers to neurological disorders based on evidence of catechol -O- methyltransferase (COMT) gene expression alters

Rezaei TPM Mohamadi F Rashidi Y Ahangari G

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

December 13, 2018


Steroid hormones differentially regulate expression of complement receptors immunoglobulin in human macrophages, involving the glucocorticoid receptor

Nateelak Kooltheat Pachuen Potup Yordhathai Thongsri Antonio Ferrante Kanchana Usuwanthim

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

June 27, 2019


Pulmonary tuberculosis treated with “ONNETSU” far infrared rays: Case report

Aranda-Ventura José Tatsumura-Hillyer Kazuko

Case Report-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

August 09, 2019


Prevalence and risk factors for chest-related symptoms of acute respiratory tract infections among under five children: Case of Ethiopia

Berhanu Teshome Woldeamanuel Haftu Legesse Gebreyesus

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

August 12, 2019


Analysis on the treatment of colorectal cancer

Bin Zhao Xia Jiang Jinming Cao Kuiyun Huang

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

August 23, 2019


Volume 1

Mitochondriopathies and bone health

Cosso Roberta Falchetti Alberto

Review Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

April 27, 2018


Atorvastatin misuse alters histological and protein expression in the hippocampal CA3 region of male rat models

Glory B Samuel Moses B Ekong Monday I Akpanabiatu

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

May 28, 2018


Quality of life in psychiatric disorders

Suprakash Chaudhury Poonam Rani Das P S Murthy Chetan Diwan Anand A Patil Biswajit Jagtap

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

September 23, 2018


Hot spots and single nucleotide polymorphisms on the interaction interface of RAD51 and p53 complex

Kleber Santiago Freitas e Silva

Research Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

September 23, 2018


Examining date rape interventions to improve health and wellbeing in college students

Victor G. Aeby Tracy Carpenter-Aeby Hanna-Lee Adkins Jesse Hazel Liz Waters

Review Article-Trends in Biomedical Research (TBR)

October 08, 2018


Special Issue


Recent Developments and Applications of Engineering Concepts in Biomedical Research

The above special issue topic has been announced by the Trends in Biomedical Research Editorial Team.

Editorial Team of JTBR cordially invite interested authors to submit manuscripts for consideration and possible publication in a special issue on "Recent Developments and Applications of Engineering Concepts in Biomedical Research" to be published in Trends in Biomedical Research.

This Special Issue provides information, ideas and opinions in all the areas of bioinformatics, biotechnology, clinical engineering, information technology, instrumentation and measurement, micro and nanotechnology, radiology, and robots, etc.

Theme

Biomedical Engineering, also referred to as Bioengineering, BioMed or BME, is a multidisciplinary STEM field that combines biology and engineering, applying engineering principles and materials to medicine and healthcare.

The increasing demand for Biomedical Engineers is linked to society’s general shift towards everyday utilization of machinery and technology in all aspects of life. The combination of engineering principles with biological knowledge to address medical needs has contributed to the development of revolutionary and life-saving concepts such as:

  • Artificial organs
  • Surgical robots
  • Advanced prosthetics
  • New pharmaceutical drugs
  • Kidney dialysis

Biomedical Engineering is a broad field with different areas of focus, and the exact nature of the work you can find yourself doing will vary depending on the specifics of your role. A few examples of some of the subdivisions of Biomedical Engineering include:

  • Biomedical Electronics
  • Biomaterials
  • Computational Biology
  • Cellular, Tissue and Genetic Engineering
  • Medical Imaging
  • Orthopaedic Bioengineering
  • Bionanotechnology

Scope:

Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

Biomedical and Health Informatics

Electromagnetics

Biomedical Engineering

Medical Imaging

Biomedical Imaging and Image Processing

Microwaves in Medicine and Biology

Biomedical Signal Processing

Medical Robotics and Bionics

Biomedical Circuits and Systems

NanoBioscience

BioRobotics

Neural Systems

Bionanotechnology

Neuroengineering

BioMEMS

Rehabilitation Engineering

Biomedical Sensors and Systems

Therapeutic Systems and Technologies

Computational Imaging

Translational Engineering and Healthcare Innovation

Cardiopulmonary Systems

Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine, etc.

Author’s Guidelines

Authors can send their manuscripts now or up until the deadline. We also could move papers into this Special Issue if the authors like to submit after the deadline. Submitted papers should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. We also encourage authors to send a short abstract or tentative title to the Editorial Office in advance.

Authors can submit their manuscripts at editor.jtbr@oatext.com or anniefoster@oatjournals.com

Please do not hesitate to contact the editor at editor.jtbr@oatext.com for further details and clarifications.

We are looking forward to receiving your creative proposals.

Best Regards,
Editorial Team
Trends in Biomedical Research | OA Text

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