Information & Scope

Journal Information

The Advanced Biomedical Engineering (ABE) is a peer reviewed online journal covering broad area in biomedical engineering.

ABE is officially published by Japanese Society for Medical and Biological Engineering.

The editorial board intends prompt and comprehensive peer review process, and the accepted articles for publication can be accessed via Internet for free.

Journal Access

ABE is now on line via J-STAGE(https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/browse/abe).

J-STAGE is managed by Japanese government, and the contents are linked from PubMed, Google Scholar, and other well-known academic portal sites.

And, therefore, the accepted articles can be searched world widely.

Moreover, no fee is charged for publication for the time being.

Welcome Young Researchers

We encourage young researchers to submit their works to ABE.

ABE provides "Guidelines for Manuscript Preparation for Advanced Biomedical Engineering", an in-depth educational text describing how to prepare a scientific manuscript, and how to respond to reviewers' comments.

Writing a scientific manuscript is not an easy task. We hope these guidelines are helpful in accomplishing the acceptance and the eventual publication of a high quality paper.

Welcome Researchers in Asia-Pacific Region

We would like to especially welcome submission from Asian-Pacific region, and we believe this would enhance the steady development of biomedical engineering in this region.

Various nations belong to this region, and therefore, this fact inevitably leads to variety of environment for medical system.

ABE accepts all the variety, and allows scientific communication among various countries.

Scope of the Manuscripts

Studies related to any of the fields in biomedical engineering are welcomed to be submitted to ABE.
The fields include but are not limited to those listed below:

  • Biomedical signal processing
  • biomedical imaging
  • biomedical image processing
  • bio-instrumentation and sensors applications
  • biomicro and bionano technologies
  • bioinformatics
  • computational biology
  • system biology
  • biomodeling
  • cardiovascular and respiratory system engineering
  • neural and rehabilitation engineering
  • cellular and tissue engineering
  • biomaterials
  • biomechanics
  • robotics
  • therapeutic and diagnostic systems and devices
  • therapeutic and diagnostic technology
  • clinical engineering
  • healthcare information systems
  • telemedicine
  • educational methods on biomedical engineering
  • regulatory science on biomedical engineering