Journals in Medicine
The Health Sciences division publishes over 700 journals and 2,000 books and clinical reference works annually and offers an extensive portfolio of online tools in education, practitioner reference and point of care.
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Gastro Hep News
Elsevier is honored to publish some of the most prestigious and diverse journals in gastroenterology and hepatology where you’ll find the latest advances in the field. We also publish high quality specialist journals on the pancreas and on endoscopic techniques. Through our GastroHep newsletter, we aim to share highlights from across our portfolio. We hope you enjoy our publication.
This page is your starting point to finding a journal, locating existing research, or having your research published.
We are proud to present you with a comprehensive overview of more than 50 high-quality journals published by Elsevier in the dynamic field of oncology. This page is your starting point to finding a journal, locating existing research, or having your research published.
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The Forensic Science International family
The Forensic Science International publications offer comprehensive and pioneering coverage within the forensic sciences and beyond, disseminating ground-breaking discoveries, highly specialised research, and foundational science across the family of journals.