Journal of Hereditary Diseases

Call For Papers


The "Journal of Hereditary Diseases" is a distinguished Open Access & Peer-Reviewed publication dedicated to advancing the understanding of hereditary and genetic disorders. We provide high-quality research and insights to a global audience, serving as a trusted resource in this crucial field of genetics and medicine.


Hereditary Disease Research: Our journal is dedicated to cutting-edge research in hereditary and genetic disorders, covering topics such as inheritance patterns, genetic testing, diagnosis, and the latest advancements in understanding and managing hereditary conditions.


Genetic Insights: We focus on providing insights into the most recent research in genetics, emphasizing genetic counseling, precision medicine, gene therapy, and innovative approaches to addressing hereditary diseases.

Review: 09 days from the submission time.

Submission to a final decision: 12 days

Acceptance to publication: 3 days

Indexing: The articles appear in a wide range of abstracting and indexing databases, and are covered by numerous other services that aid discovery and access.

Article Processing Charges: JHD is a self-supporting journal and does not receive funding from any institution/government. Hence, the operation of the journal is supported by the processing fees received from authors.


Types of Manuscript submissions: The author can choose any of the following submission types.





Revelation: OpenAccess is a great way to connect scientists and the public. It is not only beneficial to the public, but also to scientists who publish because the more people know and discuss scientific finds, the greater its impact becomes.


Various journals: Do not hesitate to acknowledge us if your research scope varies from the mentioned journal. We have ample journals dealing with various subjects. For your reference, I’m providing the complete journals list.


Contact: Editorial inquiries should be directed to [email protected]


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