Eminent Editorial Board Members

KELVIN J. A. DAVIES
UNITED STATES
Journal of Biomedical Studies
LILIAN DE JONGE
UNITED STATES
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Tsong-Long Hwang
TAIWAN
Journal of Biomedical Studies
ALIREZA JAHAN-MIHAN
UNITED STATES
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Mohammad Zaki Ahmad
SAUDI ARABIA
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Hasibur R. Rehman
SAUDI ARABIA
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Sanjay Gupta
UNITED STATES
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Mohamed Fawzy Ramadan
EGYPT
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Bhupendar Khatkar
India
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Svetlana I. Rogovskaya
RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Mohd Shahnawaz Khan
SAUDI ARABIA
Journal of Biomedical Studies

Journal of Biomedical Studies (JBS) is a peer-reviewed, International journal aiming to publish all the updates and advancements in the field of biomedical research considering the studies of human health and various related aspects. Acting an open access, the journal’s meant for publishing the authentic research articles, review articles, short communication, editorials, letters, and et cetera and their respective employment across the globe.

For Biomedical Science is ever-changing and an extreme interdisciplinary field, the goal of this journal is to provide a platform for scientists, scholars, and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of biomedical research.

JBS provides rapid publishing and peer review and also assigns unique DOI numbers to the articles. The paper is placed online as soon as accepted for publication.

RECENT ARTICLES
Evaluation of Screening Tests in a city district of Campania region in Italy during the Second SARS-CoV-2 Wave
The main mechanism for spreading SARS-CoV-2 is by close contact and short-range transmission of infectious droplets. In this context, testing is a functional tool for identifying potentially infected individuals. It allows not only to isolate and ide...
Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Healthcare Workers Towards Medical Waste Management: A Comparative Study of Two Geographical Areas
A comparative study was carried out among healthcare workers in Sweden and Hungary with a view of assessing their knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) towards healthcare waste management. Being a potential source of hazard and infections, healthcar...
Current Status of Lumpy Skin Disease and Its Economic Impacts in Ethiopia
One of the most agricultural practices in Ethiopia is raring animals which is known by providing unlimited uses for the country. Livestock production constitutes a vital part of the agricultural system and it accounts about 40% of the agricultural gr...
Penetration Syndrome : About a Case of an Intra-Bronchial Foreign Body in an Infant at Dschang District Hospital
Foreign body (FB) inhalation into airways of the respiratory system is a life-threatening and an emergency condition that may be fatal. Children of all ages may ingest a FB, however the highest incidence is between the ages of 6 months and 3 years, a...
Introduction of an Improved Laparoscopic Dual Channel and Uncut Reconstruction Surgical Technique: A Series of Four Case Reports and Review of Literature
In these recent years, the incidence of tumors in the gastric region have gradually heightened and are continuing to be of great challenge in the field of surgical oncology. Various methods of gastrointestinal reconstructions have improved the qualit...
Protection of Ang1-7 Througth MKK/P38MAPKs Inflammatory Signal Pathway on TNF-α Stimulated Mouse HL-1 Cells
Using TNF-α (100 μg/ml) to establish an inflammatory atrial fibrillation model in HL-1 cell , which derived from mouse atrial myocyte. treated HL-1 cells with different concentrations of Ang 1-7 (0.1, 1 and 10 mmol/L) and divided into 5 groups, nam...