World Heart Journal

Co-Editors-in-Chief: R.B. Singh and Germaine Cornelissen
ISSN: 1556-4002
Frequency: Quarterly
Binding: Softcover
Size: 8.5 x 11, Double column

Topics to be covered in World Heart Journal include the following: Epidemiology and Prevention, Chronocardiology and Chronomics, Nutrition and Lifestyle in CVD, Clinical Cardiology, Cardiovascular Sciences (Molecular Cardiology: biochemistry and biology), Hypertension, Coronary artery disease, Pharmacotherapy, Electrophysiology, Echocardiography, Nuclear Cardiology, Pediatric Cardiology, Geriatric Cardiology, CVD in women, Cardiac Rehabilitation and Prehabilitation, as well as Interventional Cardiology and Cardiac surgery.

Sponsoring Organizations
International College of Cardiology (Slovakia)
International College of Nutrition (India)

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Dr. RB Singh, MBBS, MD (Intern Med-Cardiol)
Professor Internal Medicine, Halberg Hospital and Research Institute
Moradabad (UP) 244001, India

Dr. Germaine Cornelissen, PhD
Professor, Integrative Biology and Physiology
Co-Director, Halberg Chronobiology Center
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN, USA

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- Title Page
- Anonymized Manuscript

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- A concise and informative title
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4) A statements of human rights for all studies that involve human participants;
5) A statement on the humane treatment and proper welfare of all animals involved in the study.

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1) Sources of Funding
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Source of Funding: This study was funded by ____________________.

2) Potential Conflicts of Interest
Authors are required to disclose all personal and professional relationships and interests that can be viewed as potentially imparting bias in the work. Readers are entitled to this information and to their own conclusions and perceptions of conflict. Potential conflicts could be financial relationships, employment, sponsorships, public holdings, competing interests, spousal interests, personal relationships, personal beliefs, etc.

a) Disclosure of Interest: The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.


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Informed consent was obtained from each individual participant involved in this study.

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This study was conducted in accordance with the 1964 Declaration of Helsinki and its subsequent amendments.

5) Statement of Animal Welfare
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All animals involved in this study were treated in accordance with the ethical standards set forth by the institution at which the study was conducted.

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Founding Editor

Dr. Franz Halberg, MD
Professor of Chronobiology, Halberg Chronobiology Center
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN, USA

Co-Editors in Chief

Dr. Germaine Cornelissen, PhD
Professor, Integrative Biology and Physiology
Co-Director, Halberg Chronobiology Center
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN, USA

Dr. R B Singh, MBBS, MD (Intern Med-Cardiol)
Professor Internal Medicine, Halberg Hospital and Research Institute
Moradabad (UP) 244001, India


Dr. Krasimira Hristova, MD, PhD
Cardiologist, Department of Cardiology
National University Hospital
Sofia, Bulgaria

Associate Editors

Dr. Jan Fedacko, MD
Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine
PJ Safaric University
Kosice, Slovakia

Dr. Chee-Oon Kong, MD
Professor of Medicine
National Yang-Ming University
Taipei, Taiwan

Dr. Sergey Shastun, MD, PhD
Professor of Normal Physiology
People’s Friendship University of Russia
Moscow, Russia

Assistant Editors

Tsui-Lieh Hsu, MD
Taiwan Society of Cardiology
Taipei, Taiwan

Dr. Eri Toda
Department of Cardiology
Tokai University Hachioji Hospital
Tokyo, Japan

Dr. Toru Takahashi, PhD
Department of Nutrition
Graduate School of Human Environment Science
Fukuoka Women’s University
Fukuoka, Japan

Dr. Sherif Baathallah, MD
RAK Hospital
Fujairah, UAE

Dr. Galal Eldin Nagib-Elkilany, M.B.Ch.B., MSc, MD, PhD, FESC, FISCU
Professor, Consultant Cardiologist, Gulf Medical University, UAE
Distinguished Fellow: International Society of Cardiovascular Ultrasound, USA
Fellow of European Society of Cardiology
President ISCU Middle East Chapter

Dr. Abdulla Shehab, MD, PhD
UAE University

Editorial Secretaries

Dr. Arnav Agarwal, BHc, MD
Toronto, Canada

Dr. Rajeev Gupta, MD, DM, MRCP
Consultant Cardiologist
Kalba Hospital
Kalba, UAE

Dr. Mridula Rai, MD
Cardiology Fellowship
University of Connecticut

Dr. Neha Singh, PhD
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Los Angeles, CA USA

Members of the Editorial Board

Dr. Hideki Mori, MD, FICC
Aomori Prefectural Central Hospital
Aomori City, Japan

Dr. Fabien Meester
Executive Director
The Tsim Tsoum Institute
Krakow, Poland

Dr. Brian Tomlinson, MD
Professor of Internal Medicine
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin, Hong Kong

Dr. T K Basu, PhD
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Canada

Dr. S A Mortensen, MD
Chief Physician and Medical Director
Cardiac Transplant Program
Copenhagen, Denmark

Dr. Rakesh Sharma, PhD
Department of MRI Imaging
Florida University
Florida, USA

Dr. M L Garg, PhD
Professor, School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy
The University of Newcastle

Dr. Hilton Chaves, MD, PhD
Professor, Division of Cardiology
Department of Internal Medicine
Federal University of Pernambuco
Recefe, Brazil

Dr. Borislav Demitrov, MD, PhD
Academic Unit of Primary Care and Population Sciences
University of Southampton

Branislav Milovanovic, MD, PhD
Neurocardiological Laboratory
Department of Cardiology
University Clinical Center Bezanijska Kosa
Medical Faculty
University of Belgrade

Chee Jeong Kim, MD
Professor, Division of Cardiology
College of Medicine, Chung-Ang University
Seoul, Korea

Dr. Elliot Berry, MD
Department of Human Nutrition and Metabolism
Braun School of Public Health
Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School
Jerusalem, Israel

Dr. Gal Dubnov, MD
Department of Human Nutrition and Metabolism
Braun School of Public Health
Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School
Jerusalem, Israel

Dr. C Chaithiraphan, MD
President Chaophya Hospital
Director of Cardiac Center
Bankok, Thailand

Dr. Rody G Sy, MD
Cardinal Santos Medical Center
Metro Manila, Philippines

Dr. Kaumudi Joshipura, DSc
Department of Epidemiology
Harvard School of Public Health
Boston, USA

Dr. C E Chiang, MD
Division of Cardiology
Department of Medicine
Taipei Veterans General Hospital
National Yang-Ming University School of Medicine
Taipei, Taiwan

Dr. Antonis Zampelas, PhD
Professor in Human Nutrition
Agricultural University of Athens
Athens, Greece

Dr H R Gundurao, PhD
Department of Pathology and Lab. Medicine
University of Minnesota Medical School
Minneapolis, USA

Dr. C M Yu, MD
Division of Cardiology
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Dr. M L Burr, MD
Centre for Applied Public Health Medicine
University of Wales College of Medicine
Temple of Peace and Health
Cathays Park, Cardiff, UK

Dr. Agnieszka Wilczynska, PhD
Department of Psychology
University of Silesia
Katowice, Poland

Dr. Adarsh Kumar, MD, DM
Professor of Cardiology
Department of Internal Medicine
Government Medical College
Amritsar, India

Dr. Kuniaki Otsuka, MD, PhD
Professor emeritus
Department of Chronomics and Gerontology
Tokyo Women's Medical University
Arakawa, Tokyo, Japan

Dr. Daniel Pella, MD
Department of Internal Medicine
PJ Safaric University
Kosice, Slovakia

Editorial Advisers

Dr. Liu Lisheng, MD
Professor of Cardiology
Cardiovascular Institute and Fu Wai Hospital
Beijing, China

Dr. Akira Yamamoto, MD
Professor of Internal Medicine and Founder
Asian Pacific Society of Atherosclerosis and Vascular Diseases
Osaka, Japan

Dr. E D Janus, MD
Founder Secretary General
Asian Pacific Society of Atherosclerosis and Vascular Diseases

Dr. Rodolfo Paoletti, MD
Professor of Pharmacology
Institute of Pharmacology
Milan, Italy

Dr. Jim Shepherd
Editor, Atherosclerosis

Dr. NS Dhalla, MD (Hon), DSc
Professor of Cardiovascular Sciences
St Boniface Hospital Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences
Winnipeg, Canada

Statistical Editor

Prof. Dr. Douglas W Wilson, PhD, DSc
Chronobiology and Statistics
Formerly, School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health
Durham University
Durham, UK

Referees: Volunteers

Dr Suniti Dharwadkar, PhD, FICN
Department of Biochemistry
SB College of Science
Aurangabad, India

Abhishek Maan (FNU ABHISHEK)
Research Fellow in Electrophysiology
Harvard Medical School
Massachusetts General Hospital
Boston, USA

Dr Shashank Joshi, MD, DM
Mumbai, India

Sponsoring Organizations

International College of Cardiology (Slovakia)
International College of Nutrition (India)

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