As a science and technological journal, the Journal of Medical Bioscience (JMBS) aims to publicize biomedical science and relevant academic matters. We are interested in publishing original research and other articles, providing members the benefits of knowledge, modern experiences, and professional standards.

It is obligatory that articles accepted for publication in this journal have not been previously published in any journals. We recruit peer reviewers from multicentered national standard universities. Each article receives exclusive evaluation by at least 2 specialized peer reviewers per each article with the double-blinded procedure which means that peer reviewers will not know whom they are evaluating and the author will not know the reviewers' names, enhancing the transparency of the process. From the previous process, every submitted article was kept secret and prohibited from commercialization at all means. If any conflicts of interest arise with the reviewer and the author or the subject, the editor would find the substitute review for that article or subject. The submitted manuscript will be destroyed after the evaluation is complete.

JMBS has a publication outline of 2 issues per year (semiannually). The first issue is from January to June and the second issue is from July to December.

General criteria and suggestions for article submission

Article types
Original Articles
          Average length: 12 pages or 3,000 words
          Elements: introduction, methods, materials, results, discussion, conclusion, acknowledgements, references, keywords

Special Articles
          Articles originate from experiences or sharing an opinion

Case Report
          Prefer both detailed and brief types. Include abstract, case report, clinical and laboratory appraisal, commentary, and summary

          Thoroughly explained information of the innovation in the original article format. For instance, components, pros and cons, and trial experiments

Review Articles
           Illustrate new contents, findings, or interesting issues for further applications. For example, analysis of diseases or pandemic situation responses. Include abstract, objective, content, appraisal, conclusion, and references

Journal Abstracts
           Review of newly published international or national journals within 1 year of publication. Include evaluation from the author

Elements of the articles

Title short, brief, and covered
Author Full name with name title
Content elaborating through the objectives with brief
Abstract including only crucial contents of the article within 250 words or 15 lines. Structured abstract should be divided into the following sections:
     • Background
     • Objectives
     • Methods
     • Results
     • Conclusion
Keyword approximately 3-5 words applying article search

1 page with 1 column manuscript. 21.6 x 29.7 cm or A4 size. Page numbers on the top right of the page. Including illustrations, tables, and submission letters.
The author must submit the manuscript (.doc) online via “”

The illustration must be in black-and-white line art. Write the arrow to orientate the direction of the figure and description in English on the figure. Number Illustrations in the order in which they are cited in the text, and provide a descriptive title for each Illustration on the back. Radiological images must delete the name of the patient.

Number tables in the order in which they are cited in the text, and provide a descriptive title for each table.

List the references in consecutive, numerical order, as they are cited in the text. Use Vancouver reference style. If the list of authors exceeds 6, the first 6 authors followed by et al should be listed for those references.

Citing from a journal: Author. Title of the article. Title of the journal Year;Volume:First page–Last Page.
Example: Techanitisawad P, Kittikowit W, Sasiwimonphan K. Differentiation of papillary renal cell carcinoma subtypes by imaging features of CT scan. Chula Med J 2016;60:467-76.

Citing from a book: Author. Title of the book. Edition. Place of publication:Publisher;Year.
Example Sherlock S, Dooley J. Diseases of the liver and biliary system. 9th ed. London: Blackwell; 1993.

Citing from a chapter of a book: Author. Title of a chapter. In: editor(s). Title of the book. Edition. Place of publication: Publisher; Year. p. First page–Last page.
Example Hewlett EL. Microbial virulence factors. In: Mandell GL, Douglas RG, Bennett JE, editors. Principles and practice of infectious disease. 3rd ed. New York: Churchill Livingstone; 1990. p. 2–9.

Citing from thesis: Author. Title [type/degree]. Place of publication: University; Graduation year.
Example: Kaplan SJ. Post-hospital home health care: the elderly’s access and utilization [dissertation]. St. Louis, MO: Washington University; 1995.

Citing from Journal article on the Internet: Author. Title of the article). Title of the journal [type of media]. Year [cited year month date]; Volume: [First page-Last page]. Available from: https://………..
Example: Annas GJ. Resurrection of a stem-cell funding barrier-Dickey-Wicker in count. N Engl J Med [Internet]. 2010 [cited 2011 Jun 15];363:1687–9. Available from:

As original papers are approved for publication, JMBS will contact the author for the draft approval and the author must send it back within a specified time

Processing charges
There are no submission fees, publication fees, or page charges for all types of articles. All articles published are open access and freely available online to all readers via our journal website (