Welcome to join Journal of Human Physiology as authors or reviewers!


The process of collating and peer review for the next issue (Volume 3, Issue 2) of Journal of Human Physiology release has already begun.

We provide fee waiver to authors from countries classified as low income counties by World Bank. Other requests of fee waiver will be considered on a case by case basis. To apply for a waiver please request Waiver before submitting your manuscript by sending an email to jhp@bilpublishing.com.

We appreciate your submission and recommend excellent related manuscripts.

Besides, if you are interested in being a reviewer of Journal of Human Physiology, we welcome contact us via email jhp@bilpublishing.com.


Posted: September 27,2021

Join as Editorial Board Member:Journal of Human Physiology


Join as Editorial Board Member:Journal of Human Physiology

Journal of Human Physiology is recruiting new Editorial Board Members (EBMs) to join the Editorial Board. We are expanding our Editorial Board to ensure the journal is able to cope with an increasing number of submissions whilst maintaining high editorial standards.

We welcome applications from researchers working across all scientific and Physiology disciplines.

Journal of Human Physiology is an open access, peer-reviewed journal . We welcome a range of contributions, including:

Research articles
Review articles
Case Reports
Scientific data sets and descriptions

Posted: June 25,2021 More...

JHP Volume 2, Issue 2 is now live!


JHP Volume 2, Issue 2 is now live!

We are pleased to announce that Volume 2, Issue 2 (2020) of Journal of Human Physiology Research has been published, and is currently available for download.

Posted: January 15,2021 More...

JHP Volume 2, Issue 1 is now live!


We are pleased to announce that Volume 2, Issue 1 (2020) of Journal of Human Physiology Research has been published, and is currently available for download.

The process of collating and peer review for the next issue release has already begun.

If you have manuscripts on hand that you are looking to have published with us, we would be glad to include it in the next issue. Moreover, if you know of any colleagues, or students under your direction who are looking to publish manuscripts, we would be glad to receive their manuscripts under your recommendation as well.

Posted: June 01,2020

Happy New Year!

Posted: December 31,2019

Liver-Cancer Detection Test Gets Breakthrough Device Status


Can Detect Presence of Cancer at Stage I
September 3, 2019

Posted: September 06,2019 More...

Pig to human heart transplants 'possible within three years'


Reprinted: Support The Guardian

Pioneer UK surgeon Sir Terence English says adapted organs could transform treatment

Surgeons will try to replace a human kidney with a pig’s this year as a precursor to working with hearts. Photograph: Thierry Dosogne/Getty Images.


Adapted pig hearts could be transplanted into patients within three years, according to a report citing the surgeon who pioneered heart transplantation in the UK.

On the 40th anniversary of the first successful heart transplant, Sir Terence English told The Sunday Telegraph that his protege from that operation would try to replace a human kidney with a pig’s this year.

“If the result of xenotransplantation is satisfactory with porcine kidneys to humans, then it is likely that hearts would be used with good effects in humans within a few years,” the 87-year-old said. “If it works with a kidney, it will work with a heart. That will transform the issue.”

The anatomy and physiology of a pig’s heart is similar to that of a human’s, so they are used as models for developing new treatments. Hopes for a successful heart attack treatment were raised in May after a genetic therapy showed promise in pigs.

An international team of researchers, including UK scientists, found that delivering a small piece of genetic material called microRNA-199 into a heart damaged by an attack caused cells to regenerate.

Myocardial infarction, caused by the sudden blocking of one of the coronary arteries, is the main reason for heart failure. Survivors are often left with permanent structural damage to their heart.

An estimated 900,000 people in the UK live with heart disease, and millions more have high blood pressure, another risk factor in heart attacks.

“A treatment that helps the heart repair itself after a heart attack is the holy grail for cardiologists,” the British Heart Foundation’s chair of cardiology, Ajay Shah, told the i newspaper. “This study convincingly demonstrates for the first time that this might actually be feasible and not just a pipe dream.”

During the research, the findings from which were published in the journal Nature, scientists delivered microRNA-199 into pigs after a myocardial infarction. There was “almost complete recovery” of cardiac function after a month.

Considerable obstacles remain, however, before the genetic therapy can be tested on human heart attack patients. Most of the treated pigs died after the treatment because the microRNA-199 continued to be expressed in an uncontrolled way.

Posted: August 26,2019

Celebrating and Promoting the Birth and Publication of the Journal of Human Physiology


In order to promote the publication of Journal of Human Physiology, bilingual publishing companies are pleased to announce that all papers submitted in the first two periods of Journal of Human Physiology will be free of APC. Although APC is essential for maintaining and developing open access journals, bilingual publishing companies hope that by removing barriers to the first issue, more authors will be able to share their work with readers around the world.
Bilingual publishing companies hope you can take advantage of this limited invitation to submit your article today!

Posted: August 23,2019

Happy New Year

Posted: January 03,2019

Happy Holidays!


Merry Christmas from Bilingual Publishing CO!

May the joy of the season fill your heart with goodwill and cheer.

During this period of celebration, we hope you'll be able to enjoy this treasured time with those dear to your heart.

Posted: December 20,2018