Why Publish in JMSM?
"Publishing with the Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine was a remarkable experience. I appreciate the editorial team members and the peer-review process. They are highly professional and efficient in correspondence. The reviewers' comments were very constructive, professional and elevated the quality of the paper. I strongly recommend Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine to other researchers and look forward to working with them in the future."
Neeti S. Sharma, Ajeenkya DY Patil University, author of Electrospun polycaprolactone/hydroxyapatite/ZnO nanofibers as potential biomaterials for bone tissue regeneration
“For someone working on biomaterials, i.e., materials science envisaging medical application, the Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine appears as a central option for dissemination of results. The reputation of a publisher like Springer and the scientific relevance of the editorial board, headed by a top-ranked researcher as Prof. Luigi Ambrosio, gives its readers the confidence about the high quality of the science being published. Thus, I’m very happy to have a review paper in this journal, that helped us reach many other researchers, as shown by the high number of citations we have been receiving. Certainly a process to repeat, working again with a professional staff to keep communicating our research efforts.”
Tiago Henriques da Silva, University of Minho, author of Collagen-based bioinks for hard tissue engineering applications: a comprehensive review
“The online submission was great, and we made the submission and revision without experiencing issues”
Ibrahim Tarik Ozbolat, Pennsylvania State University, author of Thermally-controlled extrusion-based bioprinting of collagen
“We chose this journal, because [it] is a top international journal with a high reputation in applications of biomaterials in medicine. Publishing papers in this journal requires significant novelty and deep physical understanding. The journal disseminates our study to a very broad audience, which increases the impact of research.”
Changxue Xu, Texas Tech University, author of Biofabrication of 3D cell-encapsulated tubular constructs using dynamic optical projection stereolithography
"The Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine (JMSM) is one of the most traditional, visible and highly respected journals in the biomaterials field. The journal has a strong editorial team led by internationally recognized and experienced researchers so that authors can be assured that their papers are handled to the highest scientific standards and academic rigour."
Aldo Boccaccini, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, author of Biofabrication of vessel-like structures with alginate di-aldehydegelatin (ADA-GEL) bioink