- Alex Blakemore, Imperial College London
- Anthony Brookes, University of Leicester
- Geoffrey Ginsburg, Duke University
- Dhavendra Kumar, University Hospital of Wales
- Edison Liu, Jackson Laboratory
The HUGO Journal is the official journal of the Human Genome Organisation.
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Aims & scope
The HUGO Journal is the Official Journal of the Human Genome Organisation and publishes original research and articles on all aspects of genomic medicine. The aim of the journal is to provide an excellent resource for the publication of peer-reviewed research articles on a wide range of genome-based fields with proven or likely implications for the current and future practice of clinical medicine and public health. The wide scope of the journal reflects the broad and rapidly expanding nature of the field of genomics.
The Human Genome Organisation will be hosting the upcoming joint Human Genome Meeting (HGM 2013) and 21st International Congress of Genetics in Singapore, between 13 and 18 April 2013. This HGM 2013 / 21st ICG Conference on the 'Genetics and Genomics of Human Health and Global Sustainability' will be an intellectually broad and exciting event at which ideas and researchers from around the world interact.
For further information, please see www.hgm2013-icg.org/
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