Aims and Scope
BioImpacts (BI) is a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary international journal, covering original research articles, reviews, commentaries, hypotheses, methodologies, and visions/reflections dealing with all aspects of biological and biomedical researches at molecular, cellular, functional and translational dimensions, including:

  •  Interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary  and transdisciplinary advanced science and technologies towards translational medicine
  •  Pharmaceutical nanobiotechnology (nanobiomedicines, theranostics/diapeutics, hybrid nanosystems such as bispecific antibodies and aptamers)
  •  Advanced targeted nanobiosensing and imaging 
  •  Integration of advanced approaches (genomics, proteomics, cytomics and metabolomics) technologies with biomedical/pharmaceutical sciences
  •  Biomaterial and natural products impacts in biomedical sciences - works that assess the natural products in life sciences must also include mechanism(s) of the action of natural products
  •  Cell therapy and gene therapy
  •  Regenerative medicines (tissue engineering, stem cells, bioengineering) 
  •  Translation of the basic biomedical/pharmaceutical sciences into in vivo applications
  •  Mathematical modeling and bioinformatics in medical and pharmaceutical sciences
  •  Clinical trials and reports on advanced pharmaceuticals and biologicals 
  •  Therapeutic biomacromolecules and biologicals (mAbs, vaccines)
  •  Advanced nanobioconjugates
  •  Lab-on-a-chip; Cell-on-a-chip; Tissue/organ-on-a-chip
  •  Researches related to philosophy of pharmaceutical/medical sciences

Review articles are technically commissioned by the editors of the journal,  and should not be submitted to the journal without an explicit invitation. Prospective authors are welcome to send 1-2 pages synopsis to be evaluated by the editors of the journal.

BioImpacts, as a peer-reviewed international journal, publishes all types of papers on bench-to-bedside translational aspects of pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences. As a "Publish Free" and "Access Free" journal, BioImpacts follows a constructive peer-review process with free editing service to benefit the scientific community worldwide.