The Biomedical Journal of Tan Tao University is published and archived in the Harvard University Library

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Tan Tao University (TTU) Journal of Biomedical Sciences (TJBS) published its first issue on October 9, 2022. The articles of the first issue of TJBS have been published and archived in the archives of the Harvard University Library.

Specifically, the above-mentioned Biomedical Journal is a journal that accepts research articles in the fields of clinical science, dentistry, nursing, other related medical fields, and biotechnology. TTU Journal Of Biomedical Sciences has launched the first issue in October 2022 with in-depth research articles on human health care, especially cardiovascular.

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In the first issue, TJBS shared in-depth knowledge about heart disease, the threat of heart disease to society and highlighted heart disease as one of the main causes of premature death and related stroke and a number of other related diseases and heart disease is the main cause of decline in quality of life, especially in countries with aging populations in the world today.

TJBS was established on October 9, 2022 by GS.TS. Dang Thi Hoang Yen and Prof. Dr. Thach Nguyen

Articles published in TJBS Biomedical Journal have been included in the collection and search engine of Harvard University Library – USA (Harvard University Library repository – DASH). DASH is Harvard University’s worldwide open access repository for researchers. Research works and articles in TJBS Biomedical Journal will be found and widely disseminated on this platform, proving the quality of scientific research by the faculty of Tan Tao University.

Articles posted to the Harvard Library:

Questions on the Genesis and Growth of Coronary Lesions and their Answers Based on Fluid Mechanics Engineering: A New Dynamic Angiography Analysis (harvard.edu)

Prolonged Coronary Transit Time and Reversed Flow Causing Functional Ischemia, Chest Pain and Syncope in Patients with Aortic Stenosis and Patent Coronary Arteries: An Angiographic and Machine Learning Analysis (harvard.edu)

Mr. Michael W. Michalak – US Ambassador to Vietnam (October 2007 – February 2011) shared that: “Even as a relatively new School TTU has an international and domestic network, the faculty, and the desire to make a contribution to the advancement of Biomedical research and development in critical fields, I commend the Journal toy and hope that you find it as illuminating and enriching as I believe it to be.”

Mr. Michael W. Michalak – Former US Ambassador to Vietnam (October 2007- Feburary 2011)

Hopefully, this is an outstanding event that helps the medical doctors and teachers of Tan Tao University to have more motivation to research and launch the next successful issues of TJBS.