First Issue of Journal of Rare Disorders (JRD) Now Online

July 26, 2013

The first journal in the United States devoted to rare disorders is now online.

The Journal of Rare Disorders (JRD) is a quarterly, open access, online peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for original research, open-label studies, regulatory issues, review articles, case reports and editorials on all aspects of diagnosis and treatment of rare diseases.

The aim of the journal is to provide a forum for scientific discourse that will strive to be of great service for physicians, allied health professionals, patient advocates and researchers involved in developing orphan therapies.

The publication will focus on cutting‐edge topics and is meant to expand the body of knowledge in the field.  The open access, online format will provide full access to all content without barriers.  The journal is co‐edited by Keck Graduate Institute faculty members M. Ian Phillips and Timothy R. Coté.

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