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We are recruiting new members to join our international Editorial Board, helping to provide expertise on a wide range of subjects within the area of endocrine disorders.

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Updated Journal Sections

To mark e-ECE 2020, European Congress of Endocrinology, we are pleased to update our Section list in line with the endocrine field.

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Editor's picks

Repurposing existing drugs for COVID-19: an endocrinology perspective

High intensity interval training exercise-induced physiological changes and their potential influence on metabolic syndrome clinical biomarkers: a meta-analysis

Effect of a telemedicine intervention for diabetes-related foot ulcers on health, well-being and quality of life: secondary outcomes from a cluster randomized controlled trial (DiaFOTo)​​​​​​​



BMC Series Focus Issues

December: HIV

For World AIDS day, the BMC Series Journals dedicate this month's focus issue to research on HIV and AIDS highlighting recent advancements in understanding the biology of the disease, the continued breakthroughs in diagnosis and treatment and also shed some light on what life with HIV is like. 

November: Infection and health

The BMC Series journals would like to dedicate their November focus issue to the recent research into infections and health highlighting four key topics within research on infection - the biology, recent advances in detection and diagnosis, the risk factors and incidence reports and finally on the advances in treatment and combating of infection.  Browse the articles in the focus issue further to learn more.

Call for papers closed: Emerging risk factors and complications of endocrine disorders

BMC Endocrine Disorders has been pleased to receive so many excellent submissions to this Special Issue. We look forward to publishing news on emerging risk factors and complications in endocrinology in late 2020.

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Aims and scope

BMC Endocrine Disorders is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on the characterization, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of endocrine disorders. The journal welcomes clinical, basic and translational science studies that provide insights into the pathophysiology, molecular and cell biology, genetics, pharmacology, or epidemiology of endocrine disorders. Articles on surgical advancements and new technologies aiding in the diagnosis, monitoring and computational modelling of endocrine disorders are also considered.

Peer Review Taxonomy

This journal is participating in a pilot of NISO/STM's Working Group on Peer Review Taxonomy, to identify and standardize definitions and terminology in peer review practices in order to make the peer review process for articles and journals more transparent. Further information on the pilot is available here.

The following summary describes the peer review process for this journal:

  • Identity transparency: Single anonymized
  • Reviewer interacts with: Editor
  • Review information published: Review reports. Reviewer Identities reviewer opt in. Author/reviewer communication.

We welcome your feedback on this Peer Review Taxonomy Pilot. Please can you take the time to complete this short survey.

Editor

Anna Melidoni, BioMed Central, UK

Assistant Editor 

Elizabeth Debney, BioMed Central, UK

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