Eminent Editorial Board Members

Bhupendar Khatkar
India
Journal of Biomedical Studies
KELVIN J. A. DAVIES
UNITED STATES
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Mohamed Fawzy Ramadan
EGYPT
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Svetlana I. Rogovskaya
RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Mohd Shahnawaz Khan
SAUDI ARABIA
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Hasibur R. Rehman
SAUDI ARABIA
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Mohammad Zaki Ahmad
SAUDI ARABIA
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Tsong-Long Hwang
TAIWAN
Journal of Biomedical Studies
LILIAN DE JONGE
UNITED STATES
Journal of Biomedical Studies
Sanjay Gupta
UNITED STATES
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
Avicennia Marina: A Novel Convivial Phyto Medicine for Antibiotic Resistant Pathogenic Bacteria
This study investigated two different concentration of methanol extracts of the leaves of Avicennia marina against five human pathogenic bacteria, to determine their efficacy against multidrug resistant microbes....
Variations in the Branching Pattern and Position of the Aortic Arch in Southern Nigeria using Computed Tomography Scans: A Retrospective Study
Medical and surgical pathologies involving the arch of aorta are on the rise. Cardiothoracic surgeons as well as physician cardiologists have sought solutions to alleviate complications arising from procedures involving the aortic arch with limited s...
The Use of Make-Shift Plastination Procedures to Produce a Plastinate of the Heart
Plastination is one of the most recent and most ideal preservation methods which is used for preserving organic tissue commonly used in anatomy, to produce durable anatomical specimens of the entire body or body parts consisting of the forced impregn...