Coverage: January 1999 - Present
This package includes two of the Endocrine Society's premier journals - Molecular Endocrinology and Endocrinology (journals are not available separately).
John A. Cidlowski
Molecular Endocrinology provides a forum for papers devoted to describing molecular mechanisms by which hormones and related compounds regulate function. It has quickly achieved a reputation as a high visibility journal with very rapid communication of cutting edge science: the average turnaround time is 32 days from manuscript receipt to first decision and the publishing interval is between 90 to 120 days from acceptance to publication.
Jeffrey S. Pessin
Endocrinology, the Society's oldest journal, has defined the science of endocrinology for most of the twentieth century. One of the most authoritative biomedical research journals in the world, it publishes 6,000 pages annually of the highest quality original work ranging from subcellular mechanisms to whole animal physiology. Topics include bone and mineral; growth factors; reproductive/steroids; neuroendocrinology/signal transduction; thyroid; and physiology. The low manuscript acceptance rate of 30% reflects the degree to which it is committed to the highest scientific standard.