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…

Fast Facts is a series of handbooks that has been published for over 25 years covering various medical conditions. For…

day in the life series

What is it like to work in two roles at the same time? Samuel Lei, Executive Assistant of CPM and…

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…

women in science

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

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…

Health Scientist publishing research

Publishing your research as a first-time author can be a daunting experience.  It is therefore very important that publishers support…

doctors using digital technologies in their daily life, use of apps

Medical applications, teledermatology, machine learning: There is a vast trend of digitalization in dermatology, and we are at the forefront….

Female doctor laughs with patient during paperwork

  The history and success of Karger Publishing began with the booklet “Geburtshülfliches Vademecum” in 1890, which was the first publication…