The Journal of Endocrinological Science stands as the foremost peer-reviewed, open-access international scientific journal dedicated to endocrine research and cutting-edge clinical practice reviews. Within its pages, readers will discover polished and concise articles encompassing basic, translational, and clinical facets of endocrinology. These articles span from the latest treatments for endocrine diseases to groundbreaking advancements in molecular.
Our mission is to deliver the most recent research, from subcellular mechanisms to whole animal physiology. To achieve this objective, we showcase original research papers covering human, animal, and cell culture studies that hold significant relevance in the realm of endocrinology. Our journal encompasses all aspects related to clinical, sub-molecular, molecular genetics, cellular pathophysiological, epidemiological, gynecological, neurological, and biochemical aspects of endocrinology. Topics include the study of hormone receptors and mechanisms, hormone detection and measurement, hormone and receptor structure and chemical properties, extracellular signal mechanisms, and the roles of intracellular signals like calcium. We also explore areas such as energy balance, bone and mineral regulation, reproductive cell function, growth factors, control of channels and transporters, membrane functions, hypothalamic hormone secretion for neurotransmitter regulation, oncogenes, pituitary peptides, insulin and diabetes, and emerging endocrine-related topics.
“Explore the field of Endocrinological science
& Raise the health protection of patients"
Our primary focus is to enhance patient healthcare by preventing, diagnosing, and managing endocrine diseases and disorders through the latest medical research. The Journal offers a comprehensive overview of the most significant advancements from around the globe. We accomplish this through the publication of original manuscripts, rapid communications, editorials, thought-provoking review articles, case reports, and critical assessments of current technologies. Our journal is essential reading for scientists and clinicians navigating this rapidly evolving field.
The Editors are eager to include articles related to innovative techniques, such as new transplantation methods or metabolic models, which hold importance in the field of diabetes and metabolism within endocrinology. Our readership includes scientists, endocrinologists, diabetologists, vascular surgeons, internal medicine practitioners in secondary care, primary care physicians, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals. The ever-expanding body of research in this field can be challenging for medical specialists to keep up with. The Journal of Endocrinological Sciences will provide comprehensive and up-to-date information on the latest research. Each issue will focus on recent advances, bridging the gap between basic and clinical scientific research in endocrinological sciences, all under the guidance of experienced editors.