Dublin Journal of Medical and Chemical Science
1832 – 1835 Robert John Kane
The name was changed to the Dublin Journal of Medical Science in 1836 under the editorship of RJ Graves, W Stokes and WH Porter
Dublin Journal of Medical Science
1842 – 1845 Robert James Graves, William Stokes and William Henry Porter were co-editors
1842 – 1845 John Hamilton and Robert Lee MacDonnell were co-editors
Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science
1845 – 1849 William Wilde.
And in 1846 under the editorship of William Wilde the name was changed to the Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science, it remained this name from 1846 to 1871.
1849 – 1861 John Moore Neligan
1863 – 1868 George Hugh Kidd
1868 – 1874 James Little
In 1872 it reverted to monthly publications as the Dublin Journal of Medical Science (Editors James Little and William Moore)
1874 – 1919 John William Moore (with the assistance of Thomas Gillman Moorhead who was appointed co-editor in 1907)
In March 1922 it was renamed the Irish Journal of Medical Science
1920 – 1925 Arnold Kirkpatrick Henry
1925 – 1962 William Doolin
During its long life from 1872 to 1926 its references were chiefly by volume and numbered issues and though not regularly indicated it included the 3rd series, the 4th series, comprising eleven annual volumes and a 5th series of four volumes from 1922-1923 to 1925. The 6th series dates from 1926. No reason for changing from one series to another was evident and it was not due to change of editorship.
1962_1970 Charles Dickson
1970_1972 R.A. Q. O’Meara
1972_1981 Robert P Towers
1981_1989 John F. Murphy
1990_1999 Thomas F. Gorey
2000_2004 Thomas N Walsh
2005_2011 David J Bouchier-Hayes
2011_2016 James FX Jones
2017_ William Tormey
Current Contents : In May of 1969, it was announced that the American Institute for Scientific Information had written, following the recommendation of the Editorial Advisory Board, that the Irish Journal of Medical Science had been selected for coverage in Current Contents, Life Sciences and that, in addition they would like to cover the Journal in Science Citation Index. In 1975 arrangements were made for the journal to be reproduced in microfilm by University Microfilms Limited.
The journal changed its size to A4 in 1987 and it adopted the Vancouver system of referencing.