Expert Reviews in Molecular Medicine [www.expertreviews.org] is an online-only journal featuring an ever-increasing collection of high-quality review articles written specifically for the journal and covering the latest developments in molecular medicine. The journal’s electronic format facilitates the dissemination of information, designed for teaching, research and reference purposes, to a wide, international audience.
Molecular medicine is a fast-growing area of research that encompasses many scientific and clinical disciplines covered by the journal: gene therapy, drug design, vaccines, pathogenesis, epidemiology, genomics, genetic testing, diagnostics and techniques. The journal should be of interest to biomedical researchers, clinicians, students and researchers in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.
Reviews are published on the website continually, and in two different formats. A web-based/HTML version allows fast searching and viewing, and hypertext linking through to fully abstracted references and associated features [including figures, photographs, tables, animations, molecular models, discussion groups and list of useful resources]. All articles are also provided in a reprint [Adobe Acrobat PDF] version, for higher quality printing. The journal website also hosts pages of relevant links to other websites and a glossary.
Since January 1999, the journal has been published by CUP [Cambridge University Press] in association with the Clinical and Biomedical Computing Unit.
- Editorial team: Louise Walsh [commissioning editor], Carolyn Elliss [editor], Debbie Collison [web editor], Rosemary Boddington
- Technologies: HTML [Hypertext Markup Language], Microsoft Access, ASP [Active Server Pages], Adobe Acrobat PDF [Portable Document Format], Flash Shockwave animations
- Funding: Cambridge University Press
- Start: September 1997