Publishing in GIM: The old and the new

About this video

Learn about the brief history of Genetics in Medicine and its path to being a leading publication for research in medical genetics and genomics. Focusing on the journal’s mission, aims, and scope, the editor-in-chief Robert D. Steiner will provide insight to help you determine if the journal is the right fit for your research as well as what the editors are looking for when selecting manuscripts for publication in Genetics in Medicine.


The webinar will also address new initiatives intended to broaden the scope of the journal such as therapeutics, biomedical informatics, economics and health services. Finally, Dr. Steiner will speak to how Genetics in Medicine promotes your work after publication on the journal’s social media channels and how to access social media metrics at the article level to measure the impact and engagement of your article.

About the presenter

Robert D. Steiner

Editor-in-Chief, Genetics in Medicine

Robert D. Steiner, MD, FAAP, FACMG served as a section editor for the journal since 2006 and deputy editor since 2011. He is Professor (Clinical) of Pediatrics at the University of Wisconsin (UW) School of Medicine and Public Health, Chief Medical Officer for PreventionGenetics, and Wisconsin Department of Health Service newborn screening program medical consultant.

After obtaining his MD from UW, he completed a residency in pediatrics at The University of Cincinnati/Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. Dr. Steiner trained in medical genetics at The University of Washington/Seattle Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center. He is board certified in Pediatrics, Clinical Genetics, and Clinical Biochemical Genetics.