• Jun Wu, Southwest Hospital, The Third Military Medical University

Society affiliations

Burns & Trauma is the official journal of Chinese Burn Association and the Chinese Burn Care and Rehabilitation Association.

The publication costs for Burns & Trauma are currently covered by the Institute of Burn Research, Southwest Hospital, so authors do not need to pay an article-processing charge.

Burns & Trauma is now publishing with BioMed Central. To browse articles previously published in the journal, please visit here.


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Aims & scope

Burns & Trauma is an open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing the latest developments in basic, clinical and translational research in burns and traumatic injuries, with a special focus on work in developing countries. We welcome submissions on various topics including biomaterials, critical care, cell regeneration, immunobiology and skin transplantation, stem cells and tissue engineering, and prevention efforts of burns and trauma injury.

Upcoming events

2015 Annual Meeting of Chinese Burn Association

4-7 November, 2015
Shenzhen, China

World Union of Wound Healing Societies (WUWHS) 2016 Congress

25-29 September, 2016
Florence, Italy

Editor's profile

Professor Jun Wu is the Director of Institute of Burn Research, Southwest Hospital, Third Military Medical University and the Director of Chongqing Key Lab for Diseases Proteomics. He is the Elected-president of Chinese Burn Association, the President of Chinese Burn Rehabilitation Association, President of Biophysics and Regeneration Medicine Association, the member of standing committee of Chinese Biomaterial Society.

Professor Wu established the International Symposium on Burn Rehabilitation and Wound Healing. He set up Chunmiao Charities Aid Foundation for Burned Children, and Chunmiao Burn Camp to help burn children in 2012. He won second-class prize of the National Science and Technology Advancement in 2006, and the Williams Prize of Israel Burn Society in 1992. He has made important contribution to wound healing, regeneration, biomaterials and skin transplantation immunology.

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