Log in

The International Chinese Musculoskeletal Research Society (ICMRS) has co-sponsored two journals, The Bone Research and Journal of Orthopaedic Translation.

The Bone Research

Bone Research was founded in 2013. As a new English-language periodical, Bone Research focuses on basic and clinical aspects of bone biology, pathophysiology and regeneration, and supports the foremost discoveries resulting from basic investigations and clinical research related to bone. The aim of the Journal is to foster the worldwide dissemination of research in bone-related physiology, pathology, diseases and treatment.

The editorial board is an international group of distinguished researchers. The Editor-in-Chief is Professor Xue-dong Zhou from Sichuan University, the Founding Editor is Professor Xu Cao from Johns Hopkins University and the Executive Editor-in-Chief is Professor Thomas L. Clemens from Johns Hopkins University. The Associate Editors are also composed of top researchers in bone science both at home and abroad.

Bone Research encourages manuscripts submissions from all parts of the world and strives for rapid review and publication of accepted manuscripts. The language of the Journal is English. Instructions for authors can be found here.

Access The Bone Research Online

Journal of Orthopaedic Translation

The Journal of Orthopaedic Translation (JOT) aims to focus on the rapidly growing field of orthopaedic translational research. While there are a number of high quality orthopaedic journals, none are solely dedicated to the field of orthopaedic translational research. The importance of translational research is quickly being recognized by all spectrums of the scientific community, from clinicians to basic science researchers. To truly improve the health of people, scientific research on the cellular and molecular level must be utilized and applied appropriately in the clinical setting. A journal that is purely dedicated to the art of translational research will be a monumental step in the advancement of musculoskeletal care by bringing cutting edge knowledge to the forefront and allowing pioneers of orthopaedic translation to exchange and mutually enhance expertise. The JOT aims to be that linking factor and is looking forward to receiving high quality manuscripts that will advance the field of orthopaedic translation.

Journal of Orthopaedic Translation is published by Elsevier for the Chinese Speaking Orthopaedic Society and the International Chinese Musculoskeletal Research Society.

Access Journal of Orthopaedic Translation Online

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software