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Epidemiology, Genetics & Genomics

All Life

The Epidemiology, Genetics and Genomics Section of All Life seeks submissions across the broad areas of genetics, epigenetics, genomics and epidemiology.

This section of All Life includes:

Epidemiological Research

Population Health

Genetics of Health & Disease

Comparative & Functional Genomics



Medical Genetics

Genetic Epidemiology

Population Genetics

Cellular & Animal Modelling

Translational Research

Novel Mathematical Models

2020 Impact Factor: 2.000

Five-Year Impact Factor: 4.888


235k Annual Article Downloads

All Life is linked with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. We invite researchers to share their research and data towards Goal 3: Good Health and Well-being, Goal 14: Life Below Water, and Goal 15: Life on Land.

Meet the Section Editor

Editorial board for All Life

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.

Publicly Available Data Sharing Policy

Authors are required to make supporting data and materials freely available before submission in a suitable repository under any Creative Commons license. You will be prompted to provide a data availability statement with your submission.


Why Submit to All Life?

  • Increase the visibility and readership of your research by publishing in a fully open access journal with a wide international readership.

  • Grow your real-world impact by publishing in a journal supporting the UN's Sustainable Development Goals to reach policymakers and professionals who are tackling today’s problems.

  • Find a home for your research with our broad aims and scope welcoming truly multidisciplinary research, publishing all scientifically valid research including reporting of negative and null data, replication and reproduction studies.

  • Get up to 25% more citations through the public availability of all data associated with submissions.*

  • Benefit from format-free submission and a rigorous peer review process led by our team of subject experts across specialty sections.

  • Indexed in the Multidisciplinary Sciences JCR category and by EBSCOhost, Academic Search Complete, TOC Premier (Table of Contents), OCLC, Arts and Humanities Search, Ovid, Inspec, and Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science).

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*The State of Open Data Report 2019

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