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Tissue Engineering, Parts A, B, & C - The Official Journal of TERMIS
Now 42 issues!

Members of TERMIS may purchase a print subscription to the journal, Tissue Engineering, Parts A, B, & C, at a discounted membership rate. The Journal is published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers, and is the Official Journal of TERMIS (Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society). TERMIS has no affiliation with the journal entitled Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine published by John Wiley & Sons.

For further information on the journal, Tissue Engineering, Parts A, B, & C, and to view information on other journals published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. please visit the Tissue Engineering website.

Tissue Engineering, Parts A, B, & C — Subscription Rates

Tissue Engineering expanded in 2011 to 42 issues due to the continued increase in quality papers. Part A (the flagship) increased to 24 issues per year, and Part C (Methods) increased to 12 issues per yer. Tissue Engineering (Part A) has traditionally focused on hypothesis-driven scientific reports. The Reviews and Methods journals enable the flagship Tissue Engineering to bring these valuable papers to the readership on a much larger scale. As the Official publication of TERMIS, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers is pleased to offer Members a special print subscription price to Tissue Engineering, Parts A, B & C to supplement their online access.

2017 TERMIS member PRINT subscription offer:

Print & Online combo US = $1,800

Print & Online combo ROW = $2,365

Online Only = $1,748


Tissue Engineering, Part A
Co-Editors: Antonios G. Mikos and Peter C. Johnson

The flagship journal provides a fundamental understanding of structure-function relationships in normal and pathologic tissues with the ultimate goal of developing biological substitutes. The Journal brings together scientific and medical experts in the fields of biomedical engineering, biomaterials science, molecular and cell biology, genetic engineering, and surgery to present and discuss advances in this emerging field.

Tissue Engineering, Part B, Reviews
Co-Editors: John P. Fisher, Antonios G. Mikos, and Peter C. Johnson

This journal meets the urgent need for high-quality review papers due to the rapid expansion of the field. The Journal presents critical discussions, analyses, and concise summaries of research in different aspects of the field to assess where we are now and future directions.

Tissue Engineering, Part C, Methods
Co-Editors: John A. Jansen, Antonios G. Mikos, and Peter C. Johnson

This journal presents procedures and protocols that will be adopted by the tissue engineering community as the research is translated into clinical applications. Authoritative papers will bring consistency to the research methods employed and help the field grow and mature.

Encourage Your Institution to Subscribe to Tissue Engineering

If your institution does not currently subscribe to the journal, Tissue Engineering, Parts A, B, & C, we ask that you please complete the library recommendation form to encourage your institution's librarian to subscribe to the journal today.

Library Recommendation Form

Tissue Engineering Resource Center

Tissue Engineering, the Official Journal of TERMIS, is a leading biomedical journal advancing the field with cutting-edge research and applications on all aspects of tissue growth and regeneration.

The Journal is proud to present the “Tissue Engineering Resource Center” to all TERMIS members, presenting helpful tools and resources for researchers around the world. Included in this resource center is our initial lecture and presentation on “How to Write a Good Paper” along with a powerpoint presentation and PDF. We will be adding many additional presentations and helpful resources as we build this “tool box” so make sure to access our Resource Center on a regular basis.

To gain access to the Tissue Engineering Resource Center, please click here.

Tissue Engineering works diligently to facilitate and advance research and communication across academia, industry, and government, as well as provide authors with tools to support their contribution to this evolving field of science. We hope you enjoy these tools.

If you would like to contribute to the Tissue Engineering Resource Center, please email Sophie Mohin for more information.