Epidemiology, Genetics & Genomics
The Epidemiology, Genetics and Genomics Section of All Life aims to publish significant research in areas broadly covering genetics, epigenetics, genomics and epidemiology.
This section invites scientists to share their research activity with our broad readership. In this section of All Life we consider for publication the latest news and interdisciplinary research on:
|Epidemiological Research||Population Health||Genetics of Health & Disease||Comparative & Functional Genomics|
|Epigenetics||Genomics||Medical Genetics||Genetic Epidemiology|
|Population Genetics||Cellular & Animal Modelling||Translational Research||Novel Mathematical Models|
Meet the Section Editor
Colin Moran, University of Stirling, UK
The aim of Dr Moran's research is to make people healthier. His background is in genetics having trained at the Universities of Glasgow and Leicester. He now focuses on physical activity interventions as well as genetic and epigenetic aspects of response to exercise or nutrition in humans. Whilst increasing physical activity will improve population level health, the same amount of physical activity will not work equally well for all individuals. Throughout his career career, Dr Moran has sought out opportunities to be involved in and drive public engagement. Communicating research findings in ways that can be understood by the largest number of people helps achieve the maximum impact.
Why Submit to All Life?
All Life is a fully Open Access journal to serve the ever-growing expansion of multi- and inter-disciplinary research in the life sciences:
- Unique aims and scope welcoming truly multidisciplinary research in the life sciences.
- Supporting the UN's Sustainable Development Goals for positive societal impact.
- Pushing the boundaries of science by accepting submissions of negative/null data as well as replication and reproduction studies.
- Promoting better information sharing through mandating public availability of all data associated with submissions.
- Rigorous peer review process led by our team of subject experts across specialty sections.
- Disseminating research that has an impact on all life.