JDOHaD - Thank you to 2011 Referees (01 Feb 2012)
JDOHaD would like to extend its gratitude to the all those who have acted as reviewers in 2011, ensuring that our publication is of the highest standard.
JDOHaD New Paper Type (01 Jan 2012)
JDOHaD now accepts a new article type - 'Letters to the Editor'. Read our Instructions for Contributors for more information.
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Winner of the JDOHaD Kindle Prize Draw (10 Dec 2011)
JDOHaD would like to thank participants for taking part in our recent survey.Congratulations go to Professor Rodney Scott, the lucky winner of the kindle prize.
JDOHaD Call for Papers (05 Sep 2011)
Call for Papers-Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease will be publishing a special issue on Preterm Birth. Find out how to submit your research here...
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JDOhaD: Professor Barker featured on Horizon (23 Aug 2011)
Professor David Barker, a member of the JDOHaD editorial advisory board was recently featured on the BBC programme Horizon. The programme, which also featured associate editor Professor Caroline Fall, discussed Professor Barker’s research which reveals how our time in the womb could affect your health, personality, and even the lives of your children.
Access Professor Barker’s recent paper, ‘Beyond birthweight: the maternal and placental origins of chronic disease’ published in Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease free of charge here
*BBC iPlayer is only available in the UK
JDOHaD New Research on Effects of Morning Sickness (22 Aug 2011)
According to Research published in JDOHaD, Extreme morning sickness could lead to lifelong emotional, behavioral disorders in kids Read the press release from UCLA News
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JDOHaD now indexed in JCR (01 May 2011)
We are delighted to announce Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (JDOHaD) has been accepted into Thomson Reuters Citation Index®. All content from 2010 onwards is being indexed by ISI, and the first Impact Factor (2012) will be released in mid-2013.
JDOHaD: A thank you to all 2010 Referees (20 Mar 2011)
JDOHaD would like to extend its gratitude to the all those who have acted as reviewers in 2010, ensuring that our publication is of the highest standard.
Read the Editorial 'The first 365 days – on target for a healthy future'
A full list of reviewers is published as a Supplementary File (online only) to this Editorial.