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Annals of Human Biology

Title Abbreviation
Ann Hum Biol
Electronic ISSN
Biologists, Demographers, Environmental Epidemiologists, Epidemiologists, Gerontologists, Pediatricians, Physiologists, Public Health Professionals
Annals of Human Biology is the leading European scholarly journal researching human population biology. Annals of Human Biology is an international, peer-reviewed journal published six times a year in electronic format. The journal reports investigations on the nature, development and causes of human variation, embracing the disciplines of human growth and development, human genetics, physical and biological anthropology, demography, environmental physiology, ecology, epidemiology and global health and ageing research. The main audience for the Annals are human biologists, anthropologists and population geneticists but the journal also has a wide, international readership including epidemiologists, paediatricians, gerontologists, physiologists and public health workers.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Society for the Study of Human Biology (SSHB)
Publisher Name
Taylor & Francis, Inc. - UK
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