Volume 25, No 9
September 2017

ISSN: 1018-4813
EISSN: 1476-5438

2016 Impact Factor 4.287*
71/286 Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
35/166 Genetics & Heredity

Editor-in-Chief:
G-J B van Ommen

NEWS

European Journal of Human Genetics celebrates 25 years – 1992 -2017

Watch our anniversary video and view Editor selected highlights of the journal’s key achievements during 25 years of publication >>>
Thank you to the editors, board members, contributors, reviewers and readers, past and present for their invaluable contributions, and for bringing the journal to this milestone.

European Journal of Human Genetics – How to Get Published Session

Thank you to everyone who attended our recent 'How to Get Published' session at ESHG in Barcelona.
For those who didn't make it, please see our write-up and editor-in-chief presentation which we hope will help with the whole process of publishing.

EJHG-Tube

European Journal of Human Genetics is pleased to announce that authors can now include Video Presentations as part of their submissions. Video Material allows authors to go beyond the usual constraints of the written word, whilst not only increasing the visibility of their research but also enhancing the user experience of the journal's international readership. This is an exciting and unique way to display the findings of your paper and succinctly and creatively convey the take home message to readers. Please see EJHG-Tube for our first Video Presentations and also refer to the journal's Guide to Authors for details on how to do this yourself.

Announcement

EU Cost Action BMI206: Cooperation Studies on Inherited Susceptibility to Colorectal Cancer

Thank you to everyone who attended our 'How to get published' session at ESHG.
For those who didn't make it, please see our presentation and booklet which we hope will help with the whole process of publishing.

EJHG Open

Open Access Publication

Authors of research articles can opt to pay an article processing charge (APC) for their accepted articles to be open access online immediately upon publication. Open access articles are published under Creative Commons licenses, which allow authors to retain copyright to their work while making it open to readers.
Visit our Open Research Site for detailed information about publishing open access.

ESHG logo

ESHG Policy

Read ESHG's recommendations and background information on important policy issues - see the recent supplement: Whole genome sequencing in human health care: Recommendations of the European Society of Human Genetics

EJHG Practical Genetics

Practical Genetics

The Practical Genetics series delivers a one-stop-shop information resource for genetics clinicians.

Clinical Utility Gene Cards

Clinical Utility Gene Cards

Clinical Utility Gene Cards, commissioned by EuroGentest, bring together information on specific diseases and provide clinicians with guidance on disease characteristics and genetic testing.

Nature Reviews Genetics

Nature Reviews Genetics

A new article from Nature Reviews Genetics: Cancer pharmacogenomics: strategies and challenges.

Nature Genetics

Nature Genetics

Visit the Genetics @nature.com Subject Area Page.

Author Benefits of publishing in European Journal of Human Genetics

  • Official journal of the European Society of Human Genetics
  • Published by Springer Nature
  • Included in top indexing databases and has an impact factor of 4.287!
  • The journal website is hosted on www.nature.com that gets 9.4 million unique users per month
  • No submission charges
  • Easy and quick online submission system
  • Rapid and rigorous peer review
  • Articles published online ahead of print within 25 days of acceptance
  • Open access publication option available to authors
  • Free online supplementary material publication option available
  • Free manuscript deposition service to Pub Med Central on behalf of non-open access authors
  • Embargo period of just 6 months for all non-open access authors
  • The journal content is regularly promoted alongside that of the Nature branded titles on Springer Nature’s subject pages and in collections as well as via social media
  • Springer Nature has a number of regional websites reaching a wide and varied audience demographic www.nature.com/regions