Guest Editor: Maanasa Raghavan, Daniel Wegmann, Lounès Chikhi, Joshua Akey
Deadline: Sep 30, 2023 (closed)
Guest Editor: Guido Barbujani, Lounès Chikhi
Deadline: Jun 30, 2022 (closed)
Human Population Genetics and Genomics (HPGG; ISSN 2770-5005) is an international peer-reviewed Open Access journal published quarterly by Pivot Science Publications. This journal aims to publish new discoveries and recent breakthroughs in the area of human population genetics and genomics, including but not limited to: gene/genome structure and organization, evolutionary genetics, molecular anthropology, paleogenomics, medical genetics and genetic epidemiology, disease-association studies, genetics of complex disease, behavioral genetics, forensics, bioinformatics, and related ethical, legal and social issues. Articles may be accepted for publication as original research articles, case reports, perspectives, reviews, editorials, short communications, and letters.
Professor, Lewis-Sigler Institute, Princeton University, USA
Joshua M. Akey is a Professor in the Lewis-Sigler Institute of Integrative Genomics at Princeton University. He received a B.S. degree in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from the University of Pittsburgh and a Ph.D. in Human and Molecular Genetics from the University of Texas-Houston. He completed his postdoctoral work with Leonid Kruglyak at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, which was supported by an NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship in Interdisciplinary Informatics. His research focuses on understanding the evolutionary forces that have shaped patterns of human genomic diversity and the genetic architecture of complex and quantitative phenotypes. He has received a number of awards for his research including the Sloan Fellowship for Computational Biology and the William King medal for his work in archaic hominin admixture. His work has also been featured in several documentaries filmed by PBS and BBC among others.
David J. Cutler, Kiana Jodeiry, Andrew J. Bass, Michael P. Epstein
Changes in human effective population size overlap the beginning and end of a critical time in European medieval history, also characterized by the Black Death epidemic
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Alan R. Templeton
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