Aims & Scope

The Global Regenerative Journal (GRJ) is an open access, multi-specialty, peer reviewed journal, publishing high quality articles on basic science, translational studies and clinical research in the field of regenerative medicine. The Global Regenerative Journal is affiliated to the Global Regenerative Academy;  an industry independent association that aims to promote and disseminate scientific progress in regenerative medicine.

The field of regenerative medicine is evolving rapidly and novel treatments are being used for a variety of conditions, sometimes lacking adequate scientific basis. The aim of  GRJ is to bring together high quality research from a variety of subspecialties to provide evidence based information on regenerative therapies. The journal publishes papers on the regenerative aspects of orthopedics, sports medicine, spine surgery, tissue engineering, wound care, cardiology, urology, esthetic & regenerative gynecology. Three issues are published yearly.

GRJ accepts original research papers (experimental & clinical), systematic reviews, meta-analyses,  technical notes and case reports. An invited expert review is included in every issue, focusing on a novel or controversial topic. Abstracts and scientific proceedings of affiliated societies are also published.