Call for Papers

OMICS: A Journal of Integrative Biology

Editor-in-Chief: Vural Özdemir

Latest Impact Factor: 2.723

OMICS: A Journal of Integrative Biology is currently seeking high-quality, innovative submissions to be published in future issues!

Areas of focus can include, but are not limited to:
• Agrigenomics   
• Biobanks and OMICS infrastructure science
• Developing world OMICS and capacity building
• Genomics
• Healthcare management and OMICS diagnostics
• Linkages between global health diplomacy and OMICS R&D
• Metabolomics
• Metagenomics  
• Nutrigenomics
• OMICS and nanotechnology convergence
• OMICS and innovation in pharmaceutical and vaccine industry
• Personalized medicine
• Pharmacogenomics
• Pharmacoproteomics
• Proteomics
• Public health OMICS
• Sociomics and data-intensive sociology of life sciences
• Theranostics
• Transcriptomics
• Vaccinomics
• OMICS and society
• Social, legal, political science and ethics research on OMICS technologies and post-genomics medicine

In addition, OMICS encourages submission of reports on methods and resources underpinning integrative research, including but not limited to bioinformatics, computational biology, and biomedical informatics; data standards, meta-data, data sharing, databases, biobanks and cloud computing; methodological, statistical, and algorithmic developments; capacity building for developing world OMICS; applications of OMICS for personalized medicine (e.g., pharmacogenomics) and public health practice (e.g., vaccinomics); and social, legal and ethics analyses of OMICS technologies and post-genomics life science innovations.

Benefits of publishing in the Journal include:

  • Time to first decision for manuscripts averages just 11 days!
  • Rapid, high-quality peer review
  • Fast and user-friendly electronic submission
  • Maximum exposure: readership in more than 170 countries
  • Diversity of article types
  • Outstanding editorial board support
  • Open Access options available

OMICS: A Journal of Integrative Biology is the only peer-reviewed journal covering all trans-disciplinary OMICs-related areas, including data standards and sharing; applications for personalized medicine and public health practice; and social, legal, and ethics analysis. The Journal integrates global high-throughput and systems approaches to 21st century science from "cell to society" -- seen from a post-genomics perspective.

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