Endocrine Society Journals: From Basic Research to Patient Care
Endocrine Society journals are among the first to publish major developments and discovery milestones, continuing to advance scientific discoveries that improve human health worldwide. Society members receive online access to journals as part of membership. Institutional subscriptions are also available.
Molecular and Phsyiological Basis of Endocrine Health and Disease
Celebrating 100 Years in 2017
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NOTE: Endocrinology and Molecular Endocrinology merged in November 2016.
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Beginning with the January 2017 issues, our prestigious collection of journals will be available in partnership with the Oxford University Press and hosted on the Silverchair platform. Read more about these exciting changes and see below for what to expect as a reader, author, and subscriber.
Timely, relevant content will be easy to access from the home page and will include metrics on Most Read and Most Cited articles, as well as special content such as Editor's Choice selections and Advance Articles.
Better Search Capability
Users will be able to search across all Endocrine Society journals for the most up-to-date content, and the Advanced Search functionality will allow you to build a query based on filters and keywords. A navigation bar presents the most-frequently accessed content to personalize your search.
Optimized Article View
Full-text article content is presented in a clean HTML design that is mobile-friendly. Article-level navigation helps the user move easily between abstracts, results, conclusions, and references. Dynamic figures, tables, and videos will appear throughout articles with article metrics presented clearly alongside content with links for further details.
Delivering Your Content First
Subscribers automatically receive e-mailed Table of Content alerts with the release of each online issue and can sign up for additional e-mails and Advance Article alerts.
Added Benefits for Authors
Simplified and streamlined processes for submitting manuscripts through Editorial Manager, faster peer-review, a shareable link to accepted articles, and increased publishing opportunities through our new Open Access option in the Journal of the Endocrine Society (JES).
Discoverability Tools for Authors
New web based tools through Kudos and Altmetric help authors maximize the visibility of their research and enhance the performance and reach of published articles. The free Kudos service provided by the Endocrine Society gives authors the ability to improve citations and discoverability of their work through social media and e-mail. The Altmetric measure tracks online activity for each article from a wide range of sources including social media, blogs, online news, and more. Look for more information from us on these exciting new tools.