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Annals of Human Biology

The Annals of Human Biologyis one of the leading international journals for the dissemination of research into human population biology and the nature, development and causes of human variation. It has a 2016 Impact Factor of 1.24 and a 5-Year Impact Factor of 1.442.

The Annals of Human Biology has a wide international profile and receives unsolicited submissions from over 40 different countries.  The journal publishes about 30% of those submitted within 8 issues throughout the year. Special issues and invited commentaries feature in our issues.

The Annals of Human Biology is the official journal of the Society for the Study of Human Biology.  Members of the Society can subscribe to the journal at a much reduced rate.  Subscription includes access to an online database of articles stretching back to 1974.

The journal welcomes papers covering the disciplines of human population genetics, human growth and development (Auxology), human morphology and physiology, environmental adaptation, epidemiology, ageing and global health.

Submission to the journal is electronic using ScholarOne Manuscripts. Instructions to Authors may be found here

To follow the journal on twitter please use @AnnalsHumanBio

Authors of papers appearing in the Annals can choose to make them Open Access. Click here for full details of Open Access options with AHB.

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