Over twenty years ago, The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research launched the international, peer-reviewed journal, Molecular Medicine. The journal was designed as a forum through which clinicians and researchers could communicate discoveries to a multidisciplinary audience in the emerging field of molecular medicine. Leaders in the field set out to bridge the gap between molecular biology and clinical practice by developing and integrating a suite of concepts, tools and a common language. This initiative has changed our understanding of science, and improved the way medicine is practiced.
Once again we find ourselves at the vanguard of a new field, bioelectronic medicine. Our leaders are working to bring together not only clinicians and researchers from diverse backgrounds, but also an expanded community and multidisciplinary audience of specialists from fields such as disease biology, bioinformatics, bioengineering, materials science, nanotechnology, neurophysiology and neuroanatomy. We again face the challenge of integrating concepts, tools, and a common language and understanding among these fields.
With this in mind, The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, through its publishing arm, the Feinstein Institute Press, has launched a new journal, Bioelectronic Medicine. This international, open access, peer-reviewed journal will be wholly dedicated to disseminating works in this multidisciplinary field. To view the outline describing instructions for submission, visit the journal’s For Authors page.
The Editorial Board of Bioelectronic Medicine includes many of the eminent researchers and practitioners in contemporary medicine.
- Imagining the future of medicineAuthors: Christopher J Czura Volume: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 Page Range: 49-50 DOI: 10.15424/bioelectronmed.2015.00004 Date Published: August 17, 2015
- Alan Lightman’s response to “Imagining the future of medicine”Authors: Alan Lightman Volume: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 Page Range: 51-52 DOI: 10.15424/bioelectronmed.2015.00007 Date Published: August 17, 2015
- Melissa Masters’s response to “Imagining the future of medicine”Authors: Melissa Masters Volume: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 Page Range: 53-54 DOI: 10.15424/bioelectronmed.2015.00009 Date Published: August 17, 2015
- Chronic electrical nerve stimulation as a therapeutic intervention for peripheral nerve repairAuthors: Miyuki Sakum, Ivan R Minev, Sandra Gribi, Bhagat Singh, Clifford J Woolf, and Stephanie P Lacour Volume: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 Page Range: 43-48 DOI: 10.15424/bioelectronmed.2015.00005 Date Published: July 28, 2015
- Single-pulse and unidirectional electrical activation of the cervical vagus nerve reduces tumor necrosis factor in endotoxemia Authors: Peder Olofsson, Yaakov A Levine, April Caravaca, Sangeeta S Chavan, Valentin A Pavlov, Michael Faltys, and Kevin J Tracey Volume: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 Page Range: 37-42 DOI: 10.15424/bioelectronmed.2015.00006 Date Published: June 11, 2015
- Impact of bioelectronic medicine on the neural regulation of pelvic visceral functionAuthors: William C de Groat and Changfeng Tai Volume: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 Page Range: 25-36 DOI: 10.15424/bioelectronmed.2015.00004 Date Published: May 28, 2015
- Neural decoding and applications in bioelectronic medicineAuthors: Chad Bouton Volume: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 Page Range: 20-24 DOI: 10.15424/bioelectronmed.2014.00012 Date Published: Jan 22, 2015
- Gastrointestinal electrical neuromodulation for functional gastrointestinal diseases, obesity and diabetesAuthors: Jieyun Yin and Jiande DZ Chen Volume: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 Page Range: 13-19 DOI: 10.15424/bioelectronmed.2015.00002 Date Published: May 21, 2015
- Implantable biofuel cells operating In vivo-potential power sources for bioelectronic devicesAuthors: Evgeny Katz Volume: Bioelectronic Medicine 2015 Page Range: 1-12 DOI: 10.15424/bioelectronmed.2014.00011 Date Published: January 7, 2015