Eminent Editorial Board Members

Vittorio Gentile
ITALY
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Nikolai N. Modyanov
UNITED STATES
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Hsien-Yuan Lane
TAIWAN
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Tianbo Jin
CHINA
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Brian G. Van Ness
UNITED STATES
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Bernd Schierwater
GERMANY
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Sushing Chen
UNITED STATES
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Valquiria Bueno
BRAZIL
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Krishna Kripal
India
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Bulang Gao
CHINA
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Jun-Jie Chen
TAIWAN
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Venkataramana Kandi
India
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Francesca Diomede
ITALY
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Emmanuel Ifeanyi Obeagu
NIGERIA
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Ruben Fernandes
PORTUGAL
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Umamaheswaran Gurusamy
SWEDEN
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine
Abdelazim Negm
EGYPT
Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine

Journal of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine (JHGGM) is peer-reviewed, open access multidisciplinary journal dedicated to publishing novel and significant research articles with relevant topics in the field of Human Genetics and Genomic Medicine. We accept manuscript submissions from basic and clinical researchers, scholars, in the related fields are encouraged them to publish their work in the journal. 

RECENT ARTICLES
Nutrients Utilization and Haematological Indices of Sokoto Red Goats Fed Maize Cob Replacing Maize Bran with Cowpea Husk Basal Diet
Experiment was conducted to determine the effects of feeding maize bran, maize cob and cowpea husk on feed utilization and hematological indices of Red Sokoto goats. Twenty four (24) bucks with average age and weight of 12 months and 12.00 Kg respect...
Public Mental Health Stigma and Mass Shootings
Mass shootings exert a strong influence on public policy and on public perception despite the fact that they are relatively rare. Mass shootings are defined by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as an incident in which at least four people w...
Comparative Analysis of Chemical, Fungal and Enzymatic Degradation of MCP
In general three different methods are used for the cleanup of pesticides. These include chemical, microbial and enzymatic methods. Therefore, the present study is an endeavor to compare the efficiency of all the three methods for the study of degrad...
Feticide with Intracardiac Potassium Chloride to Reduce Risk of Hemorrhage in Medical Termination of Pregnancy
Medical termination of pregnancy in second trimester can lead to increased risk of hemorrhage in presence of various conditions like placenta previa which is the most common cause of obstetric hemorrhage [1]. Caesarian scar pregnancy is one of the ra...
A Rapidly Progressive Hydatid Disease Imitating Metastatic Malignancy: An Unusual Multi-Organ Presentation. Report of a Case and Review of Literature
Hydatid disease is still a major health and socio-economic problem in endemic regions. It is the most frequent parasitic infection that commonly affects the liver and rarely involves multiple organs. Herein, I report an extraordinary case of multi-or...
A Giant Ovarian Tumour (7.5kg) During Pregnancy with its Successful Perinatal and Surgical Outcome
Here we are reporting an unusual case of a large ovarian tumour during pregnancy. A 26 years female with 8 months of amenorrhea presented with chief complaint of pain in abdomen and an ultrasonography suggestive of single live intrauterine gestation ...