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JRSM Cardiovascular Disease

Title Abbreviation
JRSM Cardiovasc Dis
Electronic ISSN
Bioengineers, Biomedical Engineers/Technologists, Biomedical Researchers, Cardiologists, Cardiovascular Surgeons, HyperTension Specialists, Pharmacologists, Physicians, Physiologists, Transplant Surgeons, Vascular Medicine Specialists, Vascular Surgeons
RSM Cardiovascular Disease is an open access, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the pathology, epidemiology, prevention, treatment and control of all aspects of cardiovascular diseases. As the official journal of the London Cardiovascular Society, the journal aims to support the cardiovascular research community by providing a forum for basic, clinical and translational research in the field. JRSM Cardiovascular Disease was originally founded by the Royal Society of Medicine, and is supported by a prestigious Editorial Board to provide expert and timely peer review. The journal welcomes research in the following areas: Genomics, Stem cells and regeneration, Bioengineering and tissue repair, Transplantation, Cardiac and brain imaging, Hypertension, Organogenesis, Developments in therapies, Pharmacology, Physiology.
Sponsoring Association(s)
London Cardiovascular Society
Publisher Name
SAGE Publications - UK
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