David B. Harrell

The Journal of the American Academy of Regenerative Medicine (JAARM) is the publication of the American Academy of Regenerative Medicine (AARM). JAARM provides an outlet for quality articles, perspectives, critical reviews, and comments that contribute to the scientific understanding of all aspects of regenerative medicine. JAARM is distinguished by its interdisciplinary nature and breadth, and will provide benefit not only to the members of the AARM, but to scientists and clinicians worldwide whose scientific and clinical interests are similar to those of the AARM. JAARM is a broad-spectrum, open-Access, online-only, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles concerned with all aspects of regenerative medicine. Its remit is to publish manuscripts that are regenerative medicine related and that are generally in keeping with the philosophy of American Academy and Board of Regenerative Medicine (AABRM). Such manuscripts may include: diagnosis and treatment; basic and clinical research; epidemiology; molecular, cell, and tissue biology; genetics; pathophysiology; epidemiology; tissue and bioengineering; clinical and translational insights; regenerative medicine policies and regulations; ethical issues; and technical or resource-based innovations. We will consider studies from any model that provides insights into regenerative medicine, whether human or veterinary. JAARM will serve, inter alia, as a foundation for scientific and medical advice across the broad spectrum of regenerative medicine. Integrated studies that bridge gaps between traditional scientific and medical disciplines, and economic, social, and public administration studies directly related to regenerative medicine are of importance. All works to be published in JAARM should demonstrate originality, a non-short-term significance of their underlying message, be of high quality, and present clear indication of their contribution with existing bodies of knowledge. JAARM publishes original articles, brief reports, reviews, and case reports describing novel results of significance in all areas of regenerative medicine. JAARM will strive for timely consideration and publication of quality material and will publish all manuscripts deemed of high standard and broad interest, to high technical standards of content, grammar, and style.

Vol 1, No 1 (2017)

Published: 2017-06-15

Molecular factors in intervertebral disc degeneration

Jessie Zhang, Victor M. Lu, Andre J. van Wijnen, Panagiotis Kerezoudis, Isobel Yeap, Lin Cong, Noelle Larson, Wenchun Qu, Ahmad Nassr, Mohamad Bydon

Five generations of cell preparation: a translational framework for categorizing regenerative stem cell therapies

Christy L. Hunt, Yeng F. Her, Luke A. Law, Mohamad Bydon, Ahmad Nassr, Jay Smith, William D. Mauck, Jason S. Eldrige, Gerard A. Malanga, Wenchun Qu
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