Studies in Anatomy and Physiology

Studies in Anatomy and Physiology

About Journal


Studies in Anatomy and Physiology is an open access, peer reviewed journal that publishes novel research insights covering the structural and functional aspects of human body. The journal is a multidisciplinary journal that is not limited to introduction to the human body but also covers cells, tissues & membranes, skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, endocrine system, cardiovascular system, lymphatic system, respiratory system, digestive system, urinary system and reproductive system.

The journal publishes only selective articles after thorough evaluation by international experts and independent reviewers to maintain the quality and scientific validity. It covers a wide range of manuscript types such as original, reviews, rapid communications, case reports, clinical images, perspectives, opinions and other short articles.

All the published content in the journal are made available permanently to use and re use without any restriction barriers when cited under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License.


Editorial Board



Prof. Jae Y Ro

Professor
Weill Medical College
Cornell University
United States of America
Tel: 713-441-2263


Prof. George Perry

Professor
College of Sciences
University of Texas at San Antonio
United States of America
Tel: 210-458-4450


Prof. Ken H Young

Professor
Department of Hematopathology
The University of Texas
United States of America
Tel: 713-745-2598


Prof. Moses S Elisaf

Professor
Department Of Internal Medicine
School of Medicine
University of Ioannina
Greece


Prof. Alfio Ferlito

Professor
School of Medicine
University of Udine
Italy
Tel: 390-498-686-058


Prof. Carlos E Irarrazabal

Professor
Center for Biomedical Research
University of Los Andes
chile
Tel: 569-683-96352


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Latest Articles

Review Article

Developmental Anomalies in Domestic Mammals and the One Health Concept

Rudolf Virchow, considered by many the Father of Pathology, established a clear link between human and animal health. From that idea emerged the "one ... Read more

10.36959/357/453

Review Article

Gitelman Syndrome: What the Clinician Needs to know

Gitelman syndrome has a prevalence of 1-10/40,000, representing the most common inherited disease of renal tubules. It is due to inactivating mutation... Read more

10.36959/357/452