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Ethics in Biology, Engineering and Medicine: An International Journal
SJR: 0.123

ISSN Imprimir: 2151-805X
ISSN On-line: 2151-8068

Volume 10, 2019

Volume 9, 2018

Volume 8, 2017

Volume 7, 2016

Volume 6, 2015

Volume 5, 2014

Volume 4, 2013

Volume 3, 2012

Volume 2, 2011

Volume 1, 2010

Ethics in Biology, Engineering and Medicine: An International Journal

Editor-in-Chief: Subrata Saha

Finalidades e escopo

Ethics in Biology, Engineering and Medicine (EBEM) is an international multidisciplinary publication of original contributions concerning the ethical issues that surround biomedical research and the development of new biomaterials, implants, devices and treatments. This journal publishes peer-reviewed articles on all topics related to ethical concerns and policy related issues as we conduct basic and clinical research to develop life enhancing and life saving technologies on our environment and society. Papers describing the impact of biomedical discoveries and introduction of new biomedical technologies on our environment and society are also welcomed.
With contributions from leading clinicians, ethicists, industry leaders, philosophers, researchers and scientists, we aim to provide a forum for improved understanding of the ethical challenges that face us with the rapid progress of biomedical sciences, biomedical engineering and clinical medicine. Ethics in Biology, Engineering and Medicine (EBEM) publishes original articles, reviews, brief reports, case studies, commentaries, book reviews and correspondence. Occasionally special issues will be published addressing specific interest topics (e.g., clinical trials, animal research and nanobiotechnology).
The Ethics in Biology, Engineering and Medicine (EBEM) is the official journal of The Association for Medical Ethics.

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