Purpose and Scope:

The Journal of Medical Devices is a unique international forum for rapid publication of significant research on the development and characterization of devices including instruments aimed for biomedical applications. Of interest are devices of all scales from quantum to nano, micro, and macro; and for all biomedical applications including experimental, diagnostic, therapeutic, and interventional usages. The journal is particularly interested in multidisciplinary research integrating engineering with other fields (materials, medicine, biology, physics, computer science, chemistry, and more). Below are some examples:

Topics of Interest

  • Tissue engineered systems including organoids
  • Microphysiological systems
  • Cellular systems for immunotherapy and stem cell therapy
  • Cell, tissue, organ culture, banking, and analysis devices
  • Drug delivery systems including nanoparticles
  • Drug discovery and screening systems
  • Self-assembled systems
  • Minimally invasive devices
  • Microfluidic and nanofluidic devices
  • Biomedical diagnostic devices
  • Biomedical robotics
  • Biomedical sensors and actuators
  • Biomedical Instrumentation
  • 2D devices and materials
  • Wearable and flexible electronics
  • Artificial intelligence and machine/deep learning devices
  • Internet of Things devices
  • Editor-in-Chief:

    Xiaoming He, University of Maryland
    Carl Nelson, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

    ASME`s Guide for Journal Authors

    Special Issue:
    Special Issue on Machine Learning in Medical Device Technology - Deadline: February 29, 2024

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    Diversity and Inclusion
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