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Bioelectronics in Medicine


Title Abbreviation
Bioelectron Med (Lond)
ISSN
2059-1500
Electronic ISSN
2059-1519
Therapeutic Area
Readership
Biomedical Engineering Technologist, Chemists, Clinicians, Medicinal Chemists, Physicists
Scope
"Bioelectronic medicine is an emerging field at the intersection of molecular medicine and bioengineering. It has the potential to revolutionize the way we treat disease through the development of nerve-stimulating devices that interact with the peripheral nervous system. While early clinical applications have worked broadly across entire nerves, the ultimate vision is of miniaturized, implantable closed-loop systems that detect and deliver precision neuromodulation of specific nerve fibers. Bioelectronics in Medicine provides a platform for the growing global network of bioelectricians (from academia, industry, government and the clinic) to address the most important advances and challenges in this dynamic field. Through research, commentary and review Bioelectronics in Medicine will provide a critical overview of basic science, biotechnological developments and their therapeutic applications in human health. "
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Future Medicine Ltd.
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