Human Molecular Genetics
|Human Molecular Genetics|
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|Hum. Mol. Gen., Hum. mol. genet., HMG|
|Edited by||Kay Davies, Anthony Wynshaw-Boris, and Joel Hirschhorn|
Oxford University Press (Great Britain)
|1992 to present|
Human Molecular Genetics, first published in 1992, is a semimonthly peer reviewed, scientific journal, published by The Oxford University Press. The journal's focus is research papers on all topics related to human molecular genetics. In addition, two "special review" issues are published each year. There are three professors who share the title of Executive Editor for this journal: Professor Kay Davies from the University of Oxford, Professor Anthony Wynshaw-Boris from the University of California in San Francisco, and Professor Joel Hirschhorn from Harvard Medical School.
This journal was first published as Volume 1 Number 1 in April 1992 by IRL Press of Oxford England.
The impact factor for 2006 was 8.099, for 2007 it was 7.806, for 2008 it was 7.249. The current impact factor for 2013 is 6.677.
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