New ESE journal impact factors announced
Following the release of the latest Journal Citation ReportsTM, we are proud to announce that ESE's journals have again received impressive ratings.
European Journal of Endocrinology has achieved a 2021 Journal Impact Factor of 6.558, and has seen a significant increase in its Five-Year Impact Factor from 6.341 to 6.805.
EJE is now ranked 27 out of 146 journals in the ‘Endocrinology and Metabolism’ category of the latest Journal Citation Reports, cementing its place as the leading broad-scoped, clinical and translational endocrinology journal.
We would like to thank all of the authors, reviewers, readers, and our world-class editors who have all helped to make EJE a world-leading authority on all areas of clinical endocrinology. Special thanks go to our Editor-in-Chief, Professor Wiebke Arlt, whose commitment and focus on high-quality, high-impact research from established and emerging areas of clinical endocrinology continues to help the journal grow and make a difference in the endocrinology community.
Endocrine Connections has achieved a 2021 Journal Impact Factor of 3.221, with the Five-Year Impact Factor, a longer term measure of the impact of authors’ research, increasing to 3.635. The journal now ranks 101 out of 146 in the ‘Endocrinology and Metabolism’ category of the latest Journal Citation Reports, a fantastic achievement, which makes Endocrine Connections one of the leading fully open-access journals covering basic, translational, and clinical endocrinology.
We extend our thanks to our authors, reviewers, readers, and world-class editors who continue to support the journal.