• Publisher Transition
  • ACMG Member Print Subscription
  • Reviewer CME/CE
  • Social Media

Genetics in Medicine is undergoing a transition in publishers from Springer Nature to Elsevier that will be effective January 1, 2022. However, since articles take time to be copy edited and typeset, articles accepted for publication as of August 2021 have been sent to Elsevier for production and will be available on the Elsevier website from November 30, 2022.

All content published at Springer Nature prior to August 2021 will continue to be available on the Springer Nature website until December 31, 2021, at which time all content will be transferred to the Elsevier site. The Springer Nature website will no longer be active after January 1, 2022.

ACMG members will be able to access all content via the above links; non-members can go directly to the websites for Springer Nature or Elsevier for options on how to view full text articles.

If you cannot locate a published article at Genetics in Medicine, please contact the editorial office staff at geneticsinmedicine@acmg.net.

Discounted ACMG Member Print Subscription

Members of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG) receive complimentary electronic access to the journal. Print subscriptions are available to ACMG members at the discounted rate of $72.00 USD + applicable taxes. Members interested in a print subscription to Genetics in Medicine should contact Katie Murphy kmurphy@acmg.net. Interested in becoming an ACMG member? Click here.

Reviewers for Genetics in Medicine are eligible to receive Continuing Medical Education (CME)/Continuing Education (CE) credits through ACMG’s Genetics Academy. Please refer to GIM’s guidelines and policies on eligibility to receive CME/CE credit for peer review of a manuscript under consideration with the journal.
If you would like to contribute to Genetics in Medicine as a reviewer, please register in our content management system at https://www.editorialmanager.com/gim.

Genetics in Medicine’s (GIM) Social Media Mission
GIM continuously strives to maintain our mission to reach a diverse audience through both the research published in the journal and how we share that research with those involved in the care of patients and all those affected by a genetic disorder. The journal’s audience includes, but is not limited to clinicians, laboratory professionals, genetic counselors, researchers, students, patients and their families, advocacy groups, and anyone else with an interest in medical genetics and genomics. As genetics becomes increasingly important in wider medical practice, GIM aims to be an accessible resource for the dissemination of medical genetic knowledge.

Social Media Policy and Code of Conduct
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