Tissue Engineering Journal
TERMIS members receive free online access to the Society's official journal, Tissue Engineering, Parts A, B, & C. Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine have the potential to extend human life in ways once thought impossible, such as cultivating lab-grown tissue and creating 3D-printed organs. From scientific research to clinical applications and industrial commercialization, Tissue Engineering covers the entire field, including advance manufacturing, bioprinting, nanotechnology, stem cell biology, and more. The Journal is divided into three parts, providing you with an annual subscription to 42 issues of groundbreaking original scientific research, reviews, and methods from leading experts in the field.
The flagship, provides 24 in-depth issues addressing a fundamental understanding of structure-function relationships in normal and pathologic tissues with the ultimate goal of developing biological substitutes. Coverage includes novel biomaterials, nanobiotechnology, cell transplantation, polymer scaffolding, biohybrid organs, blood substitutes, and much more.
Published bimonthly, meets the urgent need for high-quality review articles and critical discussions, analyses, and concise summaries of research to assess where we are now and future directions.
Published monthly, provides comprehensive coverage of procedures and protocols that will be adopted by the tissue engineering community as the research is translated into clinical applications.
Rapid, high-quality peer review
Open Access options available
Fast and user-friendly electronic submission
Maximum exposure: accessible in 170 countries worldwide
A competitive Author Benefits Program