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Computers in Biology and Medicine

  • ISSN: 0010-4825

Next planned ship date: May 27, 2024

  • 5 Year impact factor: 6.9
  • Impact factor: 7.7

Computers in Biology and Medicine, a companion title to Informatics in Medicine Unlocked, is a medium of international communication of the revolutionary advances being… Read more

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Computers in Biology and Medicine, a companion title to Informatics in Medicine Unlocked, is a medium of international communication of the revolutionary advances being made in the application of the computer to the fields of bioscience and medicine.

The Journal will focus on such areas as:

Analysis of Biomedical Systems: Solutions of Equations

Synthesis of Biomedical Systems: Simulations

Special Medical Data Processing Methods

Special Purpose Computers

Clinical Data Processing for Real Time

Clinical and Experimental Use

Medical Diagnosis and Medical Record Processing

Biomedical Engineering

Medical Informatics

Bioinformatics

Medical Applications of the Internet and World Wide Web

Human Genomics

Proteomics

Functional Brain Studies

The publication policy is to publish:

New, original articles that have been appropriately reviewed by competent scientific people,

Surveys of developments in the fields,

Pedagogical papers covering specific areas of interest, and

Book reviews pertinent to the field.

Articles which examine the following topics of special interest are being featured in Computers in Biology and Medicine: Computer aids to the analysis of biochemical systems, computer aids to biocontrol-systems engineering, neuronal simulation by digital-computer gating components, automatic computer analysis of pictures of biological and medical importance, use of computers by commercial pharmaceutical and chemical organizations, radiation-dosage computers, and accumulating and recalling individual medical records, real-time languages, interfaces to patient monitors, clinical chemistry equipment, data handling and display in nuclear medicine and therapy.