Purpose and Scope:

The Journal of Biomechanical Engineering reports research results involving the application of mechanical engineering principles to the improvement of human health. The scope of relevant topics ranges from basic biology to biomedical applications and includes theoretical, computational, experimental, and clinical studies.

Biofluid mechanics, including biomicrofluidic systems; Bioheat and biomass transfer; Biomechanics of reproduction and women`s health; Bone biomechanics and mechanobiology; Cardiovascular biomechanics; Cell and tissue engineering; Cell mechanobiology and biomechanics; Gait and kinesiology; Growth and remodeling; Injury biomechanics; Mechanics of biomaterials; Orthopedic biomechanics; Physiological systems; Prothesis and artificial organs; Pulmonary biomechanics; Soft and hard tissue biomechanics.


C. Ross Ethier, Georgia Institute of Technology
Thao (Vicky) Nguyen, Johns Hopkins University

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