Special Issues

Endocrines publishes Special Issues to create collections of papers on specific topics, with the aim of building a community of authors and readers to discuss the latest research and develop new ideas and research directions. Special Issues are led by Guest Editors, who are experts on the topic. The journal’s Editor-in-Chief and/or designated EBM will oversee Guest Editor appointments and Special Issue proposals, checking their content for relevance and ensuring the suitability of the material for the journal. The papers published in a Special Issue will be collected and displayed on a dedicated page of the journal’s website. For any inquiries related to a Special Issue, please contact the Editorial Office.

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Precocious Puberty submission deadline 15 Jun 2024 | Viewed by 124 | Submission Open
Keywords: precocious puberty; GnRH-dependent precocious puberty; sustained precocious puberty; McCune– Albright syndrome; functional ovarian cyst; vaginal bleeding; premature menarche; premature thelarche; premature adrenarche
(This special issue belongs to the Section Pediatric Endocrinology and Growth Disorders)
Advances in Diabetes Care
edited by , Eusebio Chiefari and
submission deadline 20 Jun 2024 | 16 articles | Viewed by 53374 | Submission Open
Keywords: diabetes; gestational diabetes; autoimmune diabetes; obesity; insulin; insulin resistance; antidiabetic medications; lifestyle changes
Feature Papers in Endocrines: 2024 submission deadline 1 Dec 2024 | 2 articles | Viewed by 1972 | Submission Open
Keywords: obesity; diabetes mellitus and metabolic syndrome; lipid metabolism and cardiovascular implications; adrenal disorders and electrolyte balance; thyroid endocrinology; parathyroid disorders; mineral metabolism and bone functions; neuroendocrinology and pituitary disorders; endocrine oncology; andrology and male sexual function; female reproductive system and pregnancy endocrinology; exercise endocrinology; endocrine immunology; cytokines and cell signaling; pediatric endocrinology and growth disorders
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