Authored by: James Lin

Published on: Mar 13, 2017

Dear Colleagues,

It is a pleasure to announce Bioelectromagnetics, Volume 38, Issue #3 (April 2017) is NOW Online. Please see below.

Please remember to cite papers published in Bioelectromagnetics when using them in your work and research.

Thank you for your support,

James Lin



The link will take you to article abstracts.

Find out what’s new in bioelectromagnetics research. The BEM journal serves as a focal point for scientists, professionals, academicians, graduate students, fellows, and associates pursuing research throughout the world. It is committed to publishing high-quality, independently peer-reviewed research and review articles focusing on experimental, theoretical, and clinical aspects of the interaction and application of electromagnetic fields and waves in biological systems. We thank our authors for submitting their discovery and innovation for publication in Bioelectromagnetics. Highlights in this issue include:

Can body-worn devices be used for measuring personal exposure to mm waves?; The effects of electromagnetic fields on B16-BL6 cells are dependent on their spatial and temporal character; RF-EMF exposure at 1800 MHz did not elicit DNA damage or abnormal cellular behaviors in different neurogenic cells; Study of potential health effects of electromagnetic fields of telephony and Wi-Fi, using chicken embryo development as animal model; Efficacy of 50 Hz electromagnetic fields on human epidermal stem cell transplantation seeded in collagen sponge scaffolds for wound healing in a murine model; Theoretical evidence of maximum intracellular currents versus frequency in an Escherichia coli cell submitted to AC voltage; Consideration of different heating lengths of needles with induction heating and resistance system: A novel design of needle module for thermal ablation; and Pulsed electromagnetic field at different stages of knee osteoarthritis in rats induced by low-dose monosodium iodoacetate: Effect on subchondral trabecular bone microarchitecture and cartilage degradation. These articles are published in the April 2017 issue of Bioelectromagnetics. Have a look online at

Please SUBMIT your discovery and innovation to Bioelectromagnetics.  A journal that combines the best research in electromagnetics in biology and medicine with a unique mix of articles dedicated to nonionizing radiation effects, exposure dosimetry, safety protection and biomedical applications. 

Bioelectromagnetics covers the entire spectrum of nonionizing radiation research and is essential reading for biological scientists, engineers, medical doctors, biophysicists, and public health specialists in academia, government, and industry. The journal is open to a broad range of topics whose central theme falls within the interaction and application of electromagnetic fields and waves in biological systems, spanning static fields to terahertz waves and visible light. Authors are encouraged to submit their latest work via the online submission system:



Professor James C. Lin, PhD
University of Illinois at Chicago (M/C 154)
Chicago, Illinois 60607-7053 USA