The DOHaD Society’s scientific Journal, JDOHaD, is published by Cambridge University Press in association with the Society. JDOHaD is a multidisciplinary scientific journal, featuring research on molecular biology and epigenetics, developmental programming, fetal and neonatal biology and physiology, early life nutrition, endocrinology and metabolism, human ecology and anthropology, evolutionary biology, and gene-environment interactions, in particular during the first 1,000 days of life.
We accept contributions from basic scientists, clinicians, nutritionists, epidemiologists, social scientists, economists, public health specialists and policy makers. JDOHaD publishes original research articles, short communications and reviews, and has regular themed issues with guest editors. It is also a platform for conference/workshop reports, and for opinions, comments and interactions.
Standard, Trainee/ECR and Undergraduate DOHaD Society Members enjoy free access to JDOHaD.