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Philosophy | Aims and Scope: Journal of Molecular Medicine

Aims and Scope: Journal of Molecular Medicine

The Journal of Molecular Medicine publishes reports describing major advances in the understanding, prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of human disease through the application of molecular biology and gene technology, a research discipline that has become known as molecular medicine.

The journal publishes original papers and review articles of the highest quality pertinent to all aspects of human biology and pathophysiology. Covered areas include, but are not limited to:
aging, angiogenesis, cancer biology and oncology, development and differentiation, endocrinology and metabolic disorders, gastrointestinal diseases and hepatology, genetics and epigenetics, hematology, hypoxia research, immunology, infectious diseases, neuroscience of diseases, -omics based research of diseases, systems medicine, regenerative medicine, stem cell research, vascular and cardiovascular biology.

Good reasons for publishing your best paper in J Mol Med:

  • High impact: 4.768 (2012 IF)
  • Wide distribution: More than 8,100 institutions worldwide having full text access
  • Wide readership: Almost 29,000 full text downloads per month
  • Rapid editorial handling: 17 days from submission to first decision
  • Rapid publication: 19 days from acceptance to online publication
  • Commitment to fairness: Author feedback program
  • No page charges, no submission charges

 J Mol Med is the continuation of the Berliner Klinische Wochenschrift (1864), one of the oldest and most prestigious European journals in which great scientists such as Paul Ehrlich, Robert Koch and Otto Warburg published their seminal, epoch-making discoveries.