Empowering People to Succeed

Through Developing Essential Skills and Knowledge in a Fast-Changing World

AIMSCI Cell Med Press is both a publishing firm and an educational organization.

As a medical publishing and educational organization, AIMSCI Cell Med Press is devoted to helping medical professionals, researchers, and students gain cutting-edge knowledge and develop essential skills they need to succeed in a fast-changing world.

Who We Serve

Empowering Professionals and Students to Succeed

AIMSCI Cell Med Press is run exclusively by experienced medical professionals and scientists and exists as a hybrid of a publishing firm and an educational organization. It both offers a venue for experienced medical professionals/researchers to publish their work and provides resources for training unexperienced medical professionals/researchers and students to effectively write and publish their manuscripts.

Medical Professionals

Medical professionals include physicians, nurses, physical therapists, pharmacists, and other health professionals.

AIMSCI Cell Med Press is not only a publishing firm, but also an organization that helps non-experienced medical professionals develop essential skills in scientific writing and publishing.

Medical Researchers

Medical researchers are those who create new knowledge in the fields of basic biomedical science and clinical medicine.

AIMSCI Cell Med Press is not only a publishing firm, but also an organization that helps non-experienced medical researchers develop essential skills in scientific writing and publishing.

 

Medical Students

Medical students are those who are currently enrolled in a school of allopathic medicine (MD) or osteopathic medicine (DO).

AIMSCI Cell Med Press is not only a publishing firm, but also an organization that  helps medical students and students in other health care professions develop essential skills in scientific writing and publishing.

Graduate Students

Graduate students include those seeking for a master degree or a doctoral degree in thee fields of bioscience or biomedicine.

AIMSCI Cell Med Press is not only a publishing firm, but also an organization that helps graduate students develop essential skills in scientific writing and publishing.

What We Publish

Quality First

At AIMSCI Cell Med Press, we emphasize quality rather than quantity and are devoted to publishing high quality peer-reviewed books in basic bioscience, clinical medicine, and health promotion. In addition, we also publish peer-reviewed scholarly journals in bioscience and medicine.

AIMSCI Cell Med Press High Impact Articles

The Top 3 Most Viewed Articles

  1. Kauffman, M. E., Kauffman, M. K., Traore, K., Zhu, H., Trush, M. A., Jia, Z., & Li, Y. R. (2016). MitoSOX-Based Flow Cytometry for Detecting Mitochondrial ROS. Reactive Oxygen Species, 2(5), 361‒370. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/62
  2. Kasiappan, R., & Safe, S. H. (2016). ROS-Inducing Agents for Cancer Chemotherapy. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(1), 22–37. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/10
  3. Kauffman, M. K., Kauffman, M. E., Zhu, H., Jia, Z., & Li, Y. R. (2016). Fluorescence-Based Assays for Measuring Doxorubicin in Biological Systems. Reactive Oxygen Species, 2(6), 432‒439. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/65

The Top 3 Most Downloaded Articles

  1. Zhu, H., Jia, Z., Trush, M. A., & Li, Y. R. (2016). A Highly Sensitive Chemiluminometric Assay for Real-Time Detection of Biological Hydrogen Peroxide Formation. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(3), 216‒227. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/46
  2. Kauffman, M. E., Kauffman, M. K., Traore, K., Zhu, H., Trush, M. A., Jia, Z., & Li, Y. R. (2016). MitoSOX-Based Flow Cytometry for Detecting Mitochondrial ROS. Reactive Oxygen Species, 2(5), 361‒370. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/62
  3. Li, Y. R., Jia, Z., & Trush, M. A. (2016). Defining ROS in Biology and Medicine. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(1), 9–21. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/11

The Top 3 Most Cited Articles

1. Li, Y. R., Jia, Z., & Trush, M. A. (2016). Defining ROS in Biology and Medicine. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(1), 9–21. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/11

  1. Tiwari, M., Prasad, S., Tripathi, A., Pandey, A. N., Singh, A. K., Shrivastav, T. G., & Chaube, S. K. (2016). Involvement of Reactive Oxygen Species in Meiotic Cell Cycle Regulation and Apoptosis in Mammalian Oocytes. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(2), 110‒116. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/18
  2. Kasiappan, R., & Safe, S. H. (2016). ROS-Inducing Agents for Cancer Chemotherapy. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(1), 22–37. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/10

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