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Acceptance rate: 55%
Endocrine Oncology is now indexed in PubMed, Cabells and DOAJ
 

 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Professor Justo Castaño
 
Justo P Castaño, PhD
Professor of Cell Biology,
Head, Hormones and Cancer Research Group,
Maimonides Biomedical Research Institute of Cordoba,
Reina Sofía University Hospital and University of Cordoba, Spain
 

DEPUTY EDITOR

Professor Simona Glasberg
 
Simona Glasberg, MD
Director, Neuroendocrine Tumor (NET) Unit, ENETS Center of Excellence,
Endocrinology and Metabolism Department, and Associate Professor of Endocrinology,
Hadassah Medical Organization and Faculty of Medicine,
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
 
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January 26, 2021

Article Publication Charge Waived

 

In celebration of the launch of Endocrine Oncology, Bioscientifica is sponsoring the Article Publication Charge during the launch years of the journal.

 

 

January 26, 2021

Endocrine Oncology – now open for submissions

 

Bioscientifica is pleased to announce the launch of their new fully open-access, peer-reviewed journal, Endocrine Oncology, endorsed by the Society for Endocrinology.

Led by Editor-in-Chief Edward P Gelmann, Endocrine Oncology will see vigorous yet rapid peer review of the latest basic, translational and clinical research in the field.

 

Open access EO cancer collection: impact of cancer therapies on reproductive health

 

 

Editor's Choice

 

Read our Editor-in-Chief's favourite articles published in Endocrine Oncology.

 

Pituitary tumors and the risk of other malignancies: is the relationship coincidental or causal?
Authors: Sandra Pekic, Marko Stojanovic, and Vera Popovic, Volume 2: Issue 1, Pages: R1–13

Pheochromocytoma and paraganglioma: germline genetics and hereditary syndromes
Authors: Christie G Turin, Molly M Crenshaw, and Lauren Fishbein, Volume 2: Issue 1, Pages: R65–R77

Hyponatraemia and the syndrome of inappropriate antidiuresis (SIAD) in cancer
Authors: D Mc Donald, M Sherlock, and C J Thompson, Volume 2: Issue 1, Pages: R78–R89

Regulatory genes in the androgen production, uptake and conversion (APUC) pathway in advanced prostate cancer
Authors: Sean McSweeney, Hannah E Bergom, Anna Prizment, Susan Halabi, Nima Sharifi, Charles Ryan, and Justin Hwang, Volume 2: Issue 1, Pages: R51–R64

Molecular mechanisms involved in somatostatin receptor regulation in corticotroph tumors: the role of cytoskeleton and USP8 mutations
Authors: Erika Peverelli, Donatella Treppiedi, and Giovanna Mantovani, Volume 2: Issue 1, Pages: R24–R30