Current Genomics is a peer-reviewed journal that provides essential reading for academic, clinical, government and pharmaceutical scientists who wish to be kept informed and up-to-date with the latest and most important developments in genome science and systems modeling.
Current Genomics publishes three types of peer-reviewed articles including:
i) High-quality research papers reporting on new and original data generated at the genome scale level, including meta-analysis studies. Systems biology, molecular systems modeling, molecular evolution, developmental biology, aging research and human disease research are topics of particular interest. Position papers dealing with new or complex methodological approaches whether experimental or mathematical are greatly welcome in this section.
ii) Authoritative and full-length/mini reviews from widely-recognized experts, covering all the latest and outstanding developments in genome science and computational/systems biology. Proposals for mini-hot topics (2-3 review papers) and full hot topics (6-8 review papers) are welcome in this section and they should not contain original data. Guest edited issues provide expert views on specific questions giving an extensive and comprehensive analysis of a specific field of activities in genomics. All aspects of genetic analysis and gene function will be covered, particularly in the growing areas of human genomics, functional genomics and next generation sequencing, molecular evolution, developmental biology, aging research and systems/statistical modeling.
iii) Opinion papers from internationally and widely recognized experts addressing contemporary questions and issues in the field of genome science and systems biology and basic and clinical research practices.
Christian Néri Institute of Biology Paris-Seine CNRS UMR 8256 and UPMC Paris, 75005 France
Dr. Neri obtained a doctorate (Ph.D.) in Microbiology and Genetics from University Aix-Marseille II, France. Dr. Neri also holds a Doctorate Degree (H.D.R.) in human genome science from the University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris. Dr. Neri is Research Director at INSERM and he is also Associate Professor at Université de Montreal, Quebec. He has published more than 55 scientific publications in the fields of human diseases and functional genomics. Dr. Neri was the founding Editor and is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Current Genomics, published by Bentham Science Publishers.