International Journal of Human Anatomy

International Journal of Human Anatomy

International Journal of Human Anatomy

Open Access & Peer-Reviewed

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Aims and Scope


The International Journal of Human Anatomy (IJHA) is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal published by Open Access Pub. IJHA's mission is to advance the knowledge of human anatomy through research, education, and clinical practice. The journal publishes original research on anatomical structures, systems, and their clinical applications. IJHA encompasses a wide-range of topics, including gross anatomy, embryology, radiology, cytology, developmental anatomy, pathological anatomy, cellular anatomy, evolutionary anatomy, histology, and tissue engineering. IJHA welcomes contributions from authors in all fields of medical sciences, including medical students and practitioners. Submissions may include, but are not limited to theoretical research, clinical studies, case reports, reviews, and commentaries. All manuscripts are subjected to strict peer-review to ensure the accuracy and quality of the content.


The scope of the IJHA  encompasses clinical and research articles related to the anatomy, histology, and embryology of the human body. We also consider a wide range of topics including descriptive or functional anatomy, imaging, pathology, gross anatomy, and clinical anatomy. We especially welcome papers focusing on studies of the body from unusual, innovative, or non-traditional perspectives.


IJHA committed to providing readers with the highest quality scientific content. We strive to make sure that the research we publish is accurate, relevant, and makes an impact on the field of human anatomy research. Through our rigorous peer-review process, we ensure that only the highest quality papers are published. Furthermore, our open access platform ensures that articles are accessible to a global audience, so that authors can share their research with the widest possible audience.


IJHA covers all aspects of anatomical development, anatomy, and the structure of the human body. It aims to provide readers with essential insights on the anatomy of humans in the normal, diseased and injured states. IJHA publishes original research papers, reviews, short communications, editorials, and letters to the editor that focus on current issues related to anatomical knowledge and human anatomy research.


IJHA strives to provide readers with up-to-date information on research related to the anatomy of the human body. The journal has established a presence in the scientific community by presenting articles from all areas of anatomy, from the structure of the organs, tissues and cells, to the physiological and developmental processes in humans, and the application of anatomy to various medical specialties. IJHA seeks to attract the best research from the world’s leading experts in the field by publishing their work responsibly, accurately and in an open access format. IJHA also has a commitment to global health, publishing studies related to global health challenges and their solutions. 


IJHA encourages authors to submit manuscripts that are scientifically rigorous, well written, and relevant to the anatomical sciences. All accepted articles will be published after peer review, and articles can be published with open access, enabling readers to access all the articles.


Below is the list of topics this journal covers. However, if you could not find the topic of your interest Please feel free to contact us at [email protected]


  • Human anatomy
  • Embryology
  • Imaging
  • Molecular biology
  • Musculoskeletal system
  • Neuroimmunology
  • Regional anatomy
  • Surface anatomy
  • Renal physiology
  • Reproductive biology
  • Pathological anatomy
  • Cell physiology
  • Immunobiology
  • Functional human anatomy
  • Tissue architecture
  • Neuro-anatomy
  • Human anatomy research
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Digestive system anatomy
  • Cardiovascular system anatomy
  • Respiratory system anatomy
  • Reproductive system anatomy
  • Urinary system anatomy
  • Endocrine system anatomy
  • Nervous system anatomy
  • Cross-sectional anatomy
  • Radiographic anatomy
  • Anatomical variations
  • Anatomical anomalies
  • Anatomical imaging
  • Anatomical models
  • Anatomy education
  • Anatomical terminology
  • Anatomical nomenclature
  • Human skeletal system
  • Human muscular system
  • Human circulatory system
  • Human nervous system
  • Human digestive system
  • Human respiratory system
  • Human urinary system
  • Human reproductive system
  • Human endocrine system
  • Human integumentary system
  • Human lymphatic system
  • Human senses
  • Human anatomy and disease
  • Medical anatomy
  • Dissection techniques
  • Virtual anatomy
  • Microscopic anatomy
  • Musculoskeletal anatomy
  • Head and neck anatomy
  • Thorax and abdomen anatomy
  • Pelvic anatomy
  • Upper and lower limb anatomy
  • Vascular anatomy
  • Lymphatic system anatomy
  • Sensory system anatomy
  • Skeletal system anatomy
  • Muscular system anatomy
  • Anatomy and disease
  • Anatomy and surgery
  • Radiological anatomy
  • Functional anatomy
  • Applied anatomy
  • Biomechanics
  • Sports anatomy
  • Ergonomics
  • Anthropological anatomy
  • Philosophical anatomy
  • Evolutionary anatomy


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