Biomed Research and Health Advances


International, Peer Reviewed, Open Access Journal

Biomed Research and Health Advances
(ISSN: 2691-5707)

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Biomed Research and Health Advances

Biomed Research and Health Advances (ISSN: 2691-5707) is a scholarly open access journal that publishes significant findings, basic and transnational researches on biomedical sciences and its related sub-disciplines. Journal strives to hand out the up to date scientific information on advancements, analysis, activities happening in the field.

Biomed Research and Health Advances (ISSN: 2691-5707) aims to spread out the resourceful information on all aspects of basic medical sciences. Journal provides a medium for all the researchers, academicians, clinicians, and professionals to discuss, share and disseminate their knowledge which aids for further development in health care. The journal encompasses a broad scope in the field which includes but not limited to cell biology, developmental biology, genetics, biophysics, immunology, biochemistry, biomedical technology and more.

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Open Access

All the articles will be published under Open Access model.

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Our editorial team performs strict peer-review process.

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The journal follows standard guidelines to maintain transparency.

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Editorial Board

Bensamoun Sabine Fanny - Biomed Research and Health Advances

Bensamoun Sabine Fanny

University of Technology of Compiègne

Edward Lynch - Biomed Research and Health Advances

Edward Lynch

University of Warwick
United Kingdom

Michel Goldberg - Biomed Research and Health Advances

Michel Goldberg

Paris Descartes University

Selma Sakhri - Biomed Research and Health Advances

Selma Sakhri

Medical Oncology Chu Tizi Ouzou

George Grant - Biomed Research and Health Advances

George Grant

International Academy of Wellness

Muhammad Ujudud Musa - Biomed Research and Health Advances

Muhammad Ujudud Musa

Federal Medical Centre Katsina

Zafar Rasheed - Biomed Research and Health Advances

Zafar Rasheed

Qassim University
Saudi Arabia

Md Motiur Rahman - Biomed Research and Health Advances

Md Motiur Rahman

Marshall University
United States

Orestes de Jesús Cobos Quevedo - Biomed Research and Health Advances

Orestes de Jesús Cobos Quevedo

Mexican Social Security Institute

Roman Lysiuk - Biomed Research and Health Advances

Roman Lysiuk

Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University

XU Lisheng - Biomed Research and Health Advances

XU Lisheng

Northeastern University

Jie Yin  - Biomed Research and Health Advances

Jie Yin

Hunan Agriculture University


Biomed Res Health Adv. 2021;3(1):BRHA-1015 | Open Access

Cancer and Virtual Reality (VR), the Great Challenge of the Century

Sakhri Selma

The number of new cases of cancer is constantly increasing around the world. The lengthening of life expectancy and therefore ...

Biomed Res Health Adv. 2021;3(1):BRHA-1014 | Open Access

Limitations of Individualized Health Management Services for Diabetic Patients in China

Zhicheng Zhu, Yi Tang, Jun Wang and Shuang Li

The core of individualized health management services for chronic diseases is to provide accurate and differentiated health management services according ...

Biomed Res Health Adv. 2021;3(1):BRHA-1013 | Open Access

New Pandemic, New Variant Virus, Heart Complications, Expected?

Cobos-Quevedo Orestes de Jesús and Rentería-Guevara Cynthia Mireya

Coronaviruses belong to a family of single-stranded RNA viruses, already known for a long time, previously 6 strains with the ability ...

Biomed Res Health Adv. 2020;2(2):BRHA-02-1012 | Open Access

Genetic Variant A-2518G of the MCP-1 is not Related to Microvascular Complications of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Mexican-Mestizo Subjects

RamMáximo B. Martínez Benitez, Eliza I. Azuara-Liceaga, Guadalupe de Dios Bravo, Eduardo Carrillo Tapia, María E. Álvarez-Sanchez, Areli Y. Pérez Navarrete, Fernando Fernández Pérez, Fernando Rodríguez Cortés and Lilia Lopez-Canovas

Background and aims: Vascular complications are the major cause of mortality of patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2...

Biomed Res Health Adv. 2020;2(1):BRHA-02-1011 | Open Access

Health and Nutritional Status of Sugali and Yanadi Tribes of Rayalaseema Region, Andhra Pradesh

Ramalinga Reddy K, Chandrasekhar Rao P, Ramakrishna Reddy T and Kanala Kodanda Reddy

In the present study the association of anthropometric indicators with functional ability was assessed among the Sugali (n=297) and Yanadi (...