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29 April 2019
Bioelectronics in Medicine Offers 50% Discount on Our Publishing Services. 
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To submit an article or for any further information, please contact the Commissioning Editor for Bioelectronics in Medicine, Alice Bough a.bough@futuremedicine.com, using the subject line ‘Bioelectronics in Medicine Discount’. The 50% discount on Open Access and Accelerated Publication fees are valid on articles submitted by 28th June 2019.

 

In the year since its launch, Bioelectronics in Medicine has published high-quality, timely articles covering all areas of the field. To help researchers in this field ensure their research is widely accessible and published in a timely manner, the journal offers authors an Open Access and Accelerated Publication option. To celebrate the journal’s first birthday, they will be offering a 50% discount on their optional Open Access and Accelerated Publication services for a limited time only.

 

Bioelectronics in Medicine provides a platform for the growing global network of specialists in the field of bioelectronics to address the most important advances and challenges in this dynamic field. The journal, with Professor Robert Shepherd (Bionics Institute, Melbourne, Australia) as Editor-in-Chief, provides a critical overview of basic science, biotechnological developments and their therapeutic applications in human health.

Scientists from all areas of bioelectronic medicine, be they, blue-sky researchers, device developers or clinicians, are invited to submit their work for consideration.

For further information on Bioelectronics in Medicine, please visit https://www.futuremedicine.com/journal/bem

The journal considers articles on a wide range of topics:

  • The characterization of neural pathways affecting organs, functions and disease states.

  • Defining neural circuits and mapping using optogenetics.

  • Development and miniaturization of bioelectronic devices – be they microelectronic or even nanoelectronic devices.

  • Development of stimulating devices that interact with the nervous system or other cell types – these can be devices for sacral or vagus nerve stimulation, deep brain stimulation or even for the stimulation of hormone release.

  • Novel materials for the development of bioelectronics.

  • Novel stimulation techniques.

  • Biosensors in the context of bioelectronic tools.

  • Improving the electrode-neural interface, for example, in the development of neural interface prosthetics.

  • Advances in bioelectronic technology and their potential medical applications, we consider articles on recent advances in visual prosthesis or cochlear implants.

  • The benefits of bioelectronic devices over traditional techniques.

  • Benchtop design and evaluation.

  • Pre-clinical and clinical testing of bioelectronic technology.

  • Clinical trials.

  • Ethical, regulatory and legal issues.

  • Commercialization, funding, and economics of bioelectronic technology.

Bioelectronics in Medicine considers original research articles that have been conducted with scientific rigor and research integrity. The journal also accepts many other article types including case reports, reviews, perspectives, editorials, and commentaries, providing researchers and medical professionals with high-quality information and discussion on the breadth of topic areas within bioelectronics in a clear, accessible format.


Bioelectronics in Medicine is a subscription journal published by Future Medicine. The journal offers an Open Access option allowing articles to be published open access under the Creative Commons CC-BY-NC-ND license. They also offer a fee-based Accelerated Publication option, providing publication of accepted articles online ahead of the print within 6 weeks of submission. 

Authors of articles published in Bioelectronics in Medicine are required to fully comply with the journal’s Disclosure & Conflict of Interest Policy as well as major publishing guidelines, including ICMJE and GPP3. All research and review-style articles submitted to the journals will undergo double-blind peer review by a minimum of two independent experts.

To submit an article or for any further information, please contact the Commissioning Editor for Bioelectronics in Medicine, Alice Bough a.bough@futuremedicine.com, using the subject line ‘Bioelectronics in Medicine Discount’. The 50% discount on Open Access and Accelerated Publication fees are valid on articles submitted by 28th June 2019.

For further information on Bioelectronics in Medicine, please visit https://www.futuremedicine.com/journal/bem