V.J.T Aims & Scope

V.J.T Aims

The aim of VJT is to provide a rigorously peer-reviewed and high-quality forum for the edition of papers in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine research. The field of tissue engineering by its very nature is multidisciplinary requiring knowledge and/or understanding of cell biology, biophysics, materials and biomaterials science, and clinical applicability and this rationale are directly applicable to VJT.

The primary aim as enshrined in the definition of paper publication is to help the researcher to increase the chance of acceptance of their papers with the least comments from the original reviewers. However, this fast acceptance helps the supervisors to decrease the number of rejections in their resumes.


V.J.T Scope

  • Tissue Engineering, Scaffolding and regenerative Medicine
  • Hydrogels and their application in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
  • Drug Delivery Systems (Drugs, Growth factors, differentiating agents and other therapeutic agents)
  • Nanotechnology and its application in tissue engineering
  • Interaction between cells and engineered structures
  • Surface modification of Biomaterial for Biological purposes
  • Microfluidic systems
  • In-vivo studies and animal models
  • Use of stem cells in tissue engineering and regenerative medicines


adhesion, adsorption, antibacterial polymers, bioapplication, biodegradability, biodistribution, bioelectronics, bioengineering, biohybrid materials, biointerfaces, biomimetic, biomineralization, (bio)polymers, biosensors, biotechnology, drug delivery, functionalization of polymers, gene delivery, hydrogels, imaging, nanomedicine, nanoparticles, nanotechnology, regenerative medicine, stimuli-responsive polymers, supramolecular assembly, surface modification, targeting, tissue engineering