The “Cardiovascular Biomedicine Journal” is the official scientific semiannually publication of Cardiovascular Research Center of Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences in Yazd, Iran.
This Journal will be of interest for all cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, pharmacologists, clinical physiologists and other health professionals who need to stay on the cutting edge of virtually every aspect of cardiology. Contributions from national and international researchers are welcome and are considered on their merits.
This Journal accepts Original articles, Review articles (Systematic and Narrative), Short Communications, Case Reports, and Letters to the Editor in the field of cardiology and cardiovascular research. It publishes articles in English of high scientific quality related to all domains which are presently of interest to cardiology.
Authors are advised to follow the “Guide for Authors” while submitting their manuscripts. Manuscripts are subjected to primary screening by the Editor and then to blinded peer review by experts in the field and a final decision will then be made by the Editor. Papers are assessed according to the quality and relevance of the work, not by the country of origin, the reputation of the author, or the fame of the department.
The articles in this Journal are freely available to read, download, and share immediately after publication. There are no submission fees, publication fees or page charges for this Journal.
· The aim of the Cardiovascular Biomedicine Journal is to act as an international forum for dissemination of cardiovascular medical science.
· The scope of the journal includes but is not limited to clinical cardiology, cardiovascular disease prevention and rehabilitation, innovation and technology related to heart and blood vessels, interventional cardiology, invasive/non-invasive cardiovascular imaging, heart failure, arrhythmology, cardiovascular stem cell biology, molecular cardiology, cardiac tissue engineering, clinical genetics in cardiology, and all basic medical sciences related to cardiovascular medicine.