Emerging Developments in Molecular Endocrinology and Metabolic Research
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2. Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 636921, Singapore
3. Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences, Brenner Centre for Molecular Medicine, Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore 117609, Singapore
4. Cardiovascular and Metabolic Disorders Program, Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore 169857, Singapore
5. Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, Singapore 117597, Singapore
Interests: adipocyte biology; metabolic syndrome/diabetes; thyroidology; endocrine manifestations of systemic disorders; mathematical modeling of endocrine physiology
Special Issues, Collections and Topics in MDPI journals
The fields of endocrinology and metabolism are home to scientists and clinicians who commit themselves to dissecting and understanding the fundamental mechanisms of hormonal signaling and the regulation of complex endocrine networks in the body necessary for survival and optimal health. The range of endocrine disorders is wide and challenging to manage, with many conditions still not being fully understood and effective treatments still being deciphered. Advancements in science allow for novel, cutting-edge techniques to be developed and translated to the bedside, as seen in the historical leaps of genetic engineering which first cloned the human insulin gene in bacterial plasmids for large-scale insulin production. Gene knockouts, knock-ins and CRISPR-Cas 9 gene editing technologies interrogate disease processes with ever-increasing and finer precision and offer deep insights that can lead to new diagnostics and therapeutics strategies. This Issue is thus devoted to the exploration of exciting scientific discoveries and advances in the field of endocrine and metabolic physiology. It encompasses novel concepts, new research techniques and cutting-edge diagnostic methodologies and treatment paradigms that catalyze bench-to-bedside translation, so as to achieve better insights into the regulatory processes which orchestrate the complexities of endocrine and metabolic homeostasis. To this end, we invite experts in the field to contribute their research work to this Special Issue. It is hoped that such an endeavor will ultimately yield a book volume that will stand out as an inspiring resource for both the neophyte who wishes to be brought up to speed with the current knowledge, and also for the seasoned researcher who can benefit from the information within its pages.
Prof. Dr. Melvin K. S. Leow
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- endocrine feedback loops
- endocrine and metabolic physiology
- hormonal regulation
- metabolic disorders
- cellular and molecular mechanisms
- diagnostics and therapeutics
- techniques and methodologies
- genomics and metabolomics
- mathematical modeling