Fundamental biomedical research has unlocked the exploration of natural mysteries and advanced the development of clinical medicine treatments. In the past few decades, much attention has been paid to biomedical translation to design and prepare various biomaterials, from nanoscale drug-releasing particles to human transplant materials, for disease detection, diagnosis, and treatment. However, we still face many challenges and unknowns on the way to advancement. It is the aim of this special issue to provide a platform to advance the development of biomedical translation and deal with the most significant issues facing the use of biomaterials in medical and clinical practice. The scope of this issue covers a wide range of biological, chemical, and physical sciences, which includes, but is not limited to:
- drug delivery systems
- disease diagnosis and therapy
- implantable materials
- gene vectors
- tissue engineering
- medical technology
- regenerative medicine
This Special Issue welcomes original research and review articles in the field, focusing on the relationship between the synthesis, preparation, and application of biomaterials, as well as the most recent advances in biophysics.
Author registration and submission: http://journals.innosciencepress.com/index.php/ITPS/about/submissions Please submit your paper along with a cover letter including the special issue title. Your paper will undergo a fair peer review and be published immediately after acceptance and will be available to an international audience.