Genetics in Medicine (GIM) is the official journal of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics. The journal's mission is to enhance the knowledge, understanding, and practice of medical genetics and genomics through publications in clinical and laboratory genetics and genomics, including ethical, legal, and social issues as well as public health. As genetics and genomics continue to increase in importance and relevance in medical practice, the journal will be an accessible and authoritative resource for the dissemination of medical genetic knowledge to all medical providers through appropriate original research, reviews, commentaries, standards, and guidelines. GIM encourages research that combats racism, includes diverse populations and is written by authors from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds.
Genetics in Medicine: April 2023
April 2023: Use of a PreEMPT model found that universal genetic screening for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy at birth would save lives but was unlikely to be cost-effective
Genetics in Medicine: March 2023
March 2023: OXGR1 variants: novel candidate disease gene for kidney stone disease?
Genetics in Medicine: February 2023
February 2023: Diagnosing genetic developmental and epileptic encephalopathies in Africa
Genetics in Medicine: January 2023
January 2023: Awareness of genetic testing – results and analysis from the 2020 Health Information National Trends Survey
Genetics in Medicine: December 2022
December 2022: Standardizing variant annotation
Genetics in Medicine: November 2022
November 2022: Disclosure of secondary findings from genomic testing in children