CHRC researcher as co-guest Editor of a Special Issue of Journal of Clinical Medicine
Ana Rita Matias, CHRC researcher and co-guest editor of the special Issue “Tissues Changes in Infancy Childhood and Adolescence: Pathogenesis, Clinical Features and Criteria for Diagnosis” of Journal of Clinical Medicine from MDPI, is looking for authors who want to contribute with their articles focusing on any novel topic dealing with the pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment of cells, tissues and organs during children’s growth and the factors that can influence their health and disease.
The main topic of this Special Issue is based on the study of the growth and physical development of children and young people, from a clinical point of view. The goal is to understand the “variability and changes in the cells, tissues and organs of children is essential in order to compare these changes with the patterns considered normal for these ages and across sexes, as well as how these changes are modified by disease”.
This Special Issue has Professor Fernando Capela e Silva from de Department of Medical Health Sciences, School of Health and Human Development & MED-Mediterranean Institute for Agriculture, Environment and Development, University of Évora as Guest Editor and Professor Ana Cristina Rodrigues Costa from Department of Medical and Health Sciences, School of Health and Human Development & ICT - Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Évora and Professor Ana Rita Matias from CHRC and Department of Sport and Health Sciences, School of Health and Human Development, University of Évora as co-guest Editors
To know about the potential topics that are being looked for this Special Issue and the information to submit your article, please access here: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/jcm/special_issues/Tissues_Changes_Clinical