Enduring Resource with the Field’s Highest Impact Factor
Editor-in-Chief: E. Chester Ridgway, MD, University of Colorado
With an Impact Factor of 19.929, 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.
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.
Two-for-one value — Institutional subscriptions bundle two well-respected journals, Endocrinology and Molecular Endocrinology, at a discount.
Hormones and Cancer
Translational Research on the Effect of Hormone Action on Cancer
Editor-in-Chief: Carol A. Lange, PhD, University of Minnesota
A trustworthy resource for clinicians and scientists, this bi-monthly journal addresses the emerging area of hormone-related cancers through a unique combination of basic research, epidemiology, and clinical studies.
Published by Springer in cooperation with The Endocrine Society.
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM)
The Most-Cited Clinical Journal in the Field
Editor-in-Chief: Leonard Wartofsky, MD, Washington Hospital Center
JCEM is the world’s leading peer-reviewed journal for clinical research and practice reviews in endocrinology. Each issue provides original research, clinical care articles, and expert commentary on the latest developments in diabetes, obesity, thyroid disorders, reproductive endocrinology, growth hormone therapy, and more. Practicing clinicians benefit from included “Clinical Practice Guidelines,” descriptions of challenging cases in “Approach to the Patient,” and research from the previous 12 to 18 months in “Updates.”
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.