Society Journals | Endocrine Society

August 4th, 2016 9:42 am

Endocrine Reviews

Enduring resource with the fields highest impact factor Editor-in-Chief: Leonard Wartofsky, MD, Washington Hospital Center

With an Impact Factor of 19.358, Endocrine Reviews is in the top one percent of biomedical journals. Comprehensive reviews cover clinical and research topics, including thyroid disorders, pediatric endocrinology, growth factors, and reproductive medicine. Each issue provides translational and basic research articles with knowledge, understanding, and perspective in diabetes, endocrinology, and metabolism.

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Essential resources on the cutting edge of endocrine research Editor-in-Chief: Andrea C. Gore, PhD, University of Texas at Austin

Endocrinology has defined the science of endocrinology for more than 95 years, publishing 6,000 pages each year of original basic research related to the endocrine glands and their hormones.

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Editor-in-Chief: Stephen R. Hammes, MD, PhD, University of Rochester

With less than a month from breakthrough to publication, Molecular Endocrinology reports rapidly on receptor and hormone signals in the regulation of gene expression, development, physiological function, and disease.

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Two-for-one value Institutional subscriptions bundle two well-respected journals, Endocrinology and Molecular Endocrinology, at a discount.

Research spanning basic, translational, and clinical research on endocrine neoplasias and on the impact of hormones on all aspects of cancer biology Editor-in-Chief: Nancy L. Weigel, PhD, Baylor College of Medicine

This bi-monthly joint Endocrine Society/Springer journal publishes research articles and reviews on all aspects of the effects of hormones on tumors and studies of endocrine neoplasias. Manuscripts submitted to Hormones and Cancer will undergo rapid peer-review by leading experts. There are no page charges for accepted manuscripts, no restrictions on manuscript length or limits to the number of figures. Importantly, all 18,000 Endocrine Society members have free online access to this journal.

Published by Springer in cooperation with the Endocrine Society.

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The most cited clinical journal in the field Editor-in-Chief: R Paul Robertson, MD, Universities of Washington and Minnesota and Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute

The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism is the worlds leading peer-reviewed journal for endocrine clinical research and clinical practice information. Each issue provides up to date coverage of new developments that enhance our understanding of pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of endocrine and metabolic disorders. Regular features of special interest include original reports of important advances in patient-oriented endocrine and metabolic research, personal perspectives on endocrinologic topics, clinical trials, clinical reviews, clinical practice guidelines, and case reports. According to the latest Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Report, JCEM articles were cited 69,351 times in 2013. With an Impact Factor of 6.310, it is ranked 13th out of 121 journals in the category of original articles in Endocrinology and Metabolism.

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Science and practice combined in an authoritative translational series Editor-in-Chief: R Paul Robertson, MD, Universities of Washington and Minnesota and Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute

This one-of-a-kind journal explores the latest "bench to bedside" research in endocrinology. Each volume provides an integrated approach that updates and interrelates clinical and basic information, providing the best of translational science.

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