Journal of Evolutionary Medicine

The Journal of Evolutionary Medicine is a scholarly open access, peer-reviewed, and fully refereed journal. The goal of the journal is to improve the understanding of medical issues through the integration of evolutionary principles and perspectives. Articles can specifically consider evolutionary patterns or processes, or simply incorporate an evolutionary perspective into the analysis of a medical topic. The journal welcomes submissions over a broad range of disciplines and approaches, including epidemiology, clinical studies, mathematical modeling, computer simulation, comparative studies, historical analyses and health policy. The scale of inquiry spanned by the articles is comprehensive from molecular mechanisms and physiological processes to population characteristics and global health. The scope of conditions considered is also wide-ranging, inclusive of infectious, genetic, and environmental influences on health and disease and the interplay among these influences.
Editor-in-Chief: Paul W. Ewald
ISSN: 2090-7915 (print version)
ISSN: 2090-7923 (electronic version)

For further information, please contact the Editorial Office of JEM.