We meet our challenges head on and plan for tomorrow today. Therefore, we continually adopt policies and activities to bolster Open Science practices for researchers and other communities. We are also developing more and more products and services that break down recent medical findings for clinicians, patients and their supporters, and healthcare professionals. Learn more about it here.

peer review

Writing and publishing a scientific paper is essential for a researcher but can be a lengthy and complex process. It’s…

Vesalius Innovation Award

The Vesalius Innovation Award  (VIA) is one way we at Karger spark innovation in health sciences. We see it as a…

Some feel that potential in research communications is stifled by the tyranny of ‘prestige’ when it’s measured solely by journal…

nut consumption

Regular nut consumption has a positive effect on chronic kidney disease and mortality in the United States, a recent study…

Team of Medical Research Scientists Work on a New Generation Dis

How can young researchers or medical doctors find their place in (medical) history? We talked with Heinrich Taegtmeyer, Professor of…

Knowledge defeats fear, googling your symptoms doesn’t. Therefore, we decided to break down complicated diagnoses, explain conditions, and illustrate comorbidities…

karger campus education elearning

How can you write a compelling paper? Or avoid having your paper rejected? Have you covered every step in your…

Female scientist in a lab

There have been heated debates about how exactly to deal with the recent Covid-19 pandemic. But one thing most people…

Doctor making notes at patients bed

Research findings in the health sciences are at the core of improving health globally. Preparing these scientific findings for use…

women in science

Genetics is a young specialty and was organized when there were already growing numbers of women in science and medicine. It…

Patient centricity

Filling educational gaps is what the Fast Facts series does best, particularly in the rare disease space. So how do…

open access transformative journals

Working to advance Open Access (OA), an essential element of Open Science, can feel like solving a Rubik’s Cube: the…

Geneticist using ISCN Digital

ISCN Online is the digital companion to Karger’s Human Cytogenomic Nomenclature (ISCN 2020) book. This convenient and continuously up-to-date resource…

Flipping our journal Ophthalmic Research in 2021 has proven to be anything but shortsighted. We kicked off our own Open…

doctor in consultation with an oncology patient

With recent CAR T-cell therapy approvals in leukemia and lymphoma, there has been a lot of coverage in both traditional…

Doctor Putting the patient at the center, informing him about his health

Being informed about one’s health helps against anxieties, enables better communication between healthcare professionals and patients, and creates possibilities for…