ESE journals are high quality, peer reviewed publications with a truly global reach. Our journals bridge the gap between basic and clinical science, offering opportunities for sharing the breadth of endocrine research. ESE Members can read the latest research free of charge through the Members' area, benefit from reduced rates on print subscriptions and receive discounts on open-access publication fees.

European Journal of Endocrinology publishes high-quality original clinical and translational research papers and reviews in paediatric and adult endocrinology, as well as clinical practice guidelines and position statements.

Endocrine Connections

Impact Factor: 3.335

Endocrine Connections publishes original quality research and reviews in all areas of endocrinology, with a focus on papers that have relevance to its related and intersecting disciplines and the wider biomedical community. The journal considers basic, translational and clinical studies. ESE members are entitled to a 40% discount on the publication charge.

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Journal of Endocrinology

Impact Factor: 4.286

Journal of Endocrinology’s focus is on endocrine physiology and metabolism, including hormone secretion, hormone action and biological effects. The journal considers basic and translational studies at the organ, tissue and whole organism level.

Journal of Molecular Endocrinology publishes articles on molecular and cellular mechanisms in endocrinology, including gene regulation, cell biology, signalling, mutations and transgenesis. The journal considers basic and pathophysiological studies at the molecule and cell level.

Endocrine-Related Cancer

Impact Factor: 5.678

Endocrine-Related Cancer is a high-impact journal publishing basic, translational and clinical research on hormones and cancer, and in cancers of endocrine organs.

Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Case Reports publishes case reports on common and rare conditions in all areas of clinical endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism. The types of cases of interest include: novel diagnostic procedures, novel treatment, unusual effects of medical treatment, new disease or syndromes, unique/unexpected presentations of a disease or errors in diagnosis/pitfalls and caveats.

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