The next interview in the “Meet the Editors-in-Chief” series is with Prof. Dr. Kari J. Syrjänen, the editor of the…

Introducing Prof. Dr. George P. Patrinos   My name is George P. Patrinos and currently serve as Professor of Pharmacogenomics and…

Established in 2021, the Young Investigators Award (YIA) is supported by the journal Cells Tissues Organs. Once again, the Karger…

The next installation of the “Meet the Editors-in-Chief” series is with Prof. Dr. Giorgio Minotti, the editor of the journal…

Our next interview in the “Meet the Editors-in-Chief” series is with Prof. Dr. Giovambattista Capasso, the editor of the journal…

In this special edition of the “Meet the Editors-in-Chief” series, we interviewed two co-editors of the journal Glomerular Diseases, Prof. Dr….

Our next interview on the “Meet the Editors-in-Chief” series highlights Prof. Dr. David Witherington, the editor of our journal Human…

Next on our “Meet the Editors-in-Chief” interview series, we interview Prof. Dr. Stefano Cianfarani, the editor of our journal Hormone…

To ring in the New Year, it’s rewarding to look back with gratitude on the positive influence of our publications…

Welcome to our “Meet the Editors-in-Chief” interview series, where we interview the editors of our journals about their scientific work…

We interviewed the Publication Manager and Karger’s Liaison for Researcher Engagement and Recognition, Teresa Mathews, PhD to provide an overview…

Open Access is on our minds every day, but Open Access Week is a great time to take stock of…

Guest post by  Krishna K. Chinnaiah, Molecular Connections The publication of research is a long-established tradition. For many years, scholarly…

An insightful interview with patient advocate Trishna Bharadia on plain language summaries.  Plain language summaries (PLS) are rapidly gaining recognition…

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Being trustworthy and accurate are non-negotiable values for a medical publisher. Knowing this from the early beginnings Karger has always…

At Karger Publishers, we have wrapped quite a year. Aside from publishing more than 5500 articles in 2022, a lot…

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It’s not easy being a researcher – no elaborate studies are needed to prove that! Besides the actual pursuit of…

open access transformative journals

At Karger, it is no news that we are Open for Open. And we have just added yet another layer…

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

The moment TV was invented, everybody thought it would mean the death of radio. That didn’t happen, though; instead consumer…

Health Scientist publishing research

Publishing a research paper as a young author can be a daunting experience. It is therefore very important that scientific…

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

The production of our scientific publications follows a proven process with some overarching workflow milestones: copyediting, author proofing, typesetting and…

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

misconceptions about publishers

There are different ideas about what we, a scientific publisher, actually do. Let us share some of the misconceptions we…

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…

Karger Publishers’ first publication appeared in book form, the “Geburtshülfliche Vademecum” (a handbook for obstetricians) from the beginning of the…

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

navigating a stormy sea

Karger Publishers has been going through substantial changes recently. There are several reasons for this transformation, and it is evident…