Society's journals impact factors announced!
15 Jun 2017
We are really excited to announce this has been a fantastic year for the Society's journals impact factors!
Endocrine Connections has received a remarkable first impact factor of 2.541. This is testament to the high quality of the published articles and the hard work of the editorial board, including late Editor-in-Chief Dr Jens Sandahl Christiansen.
For another year in a row, Journal of Endocrinology’s impact factor continues to increase. At 4.706, it has received its highest to date, positioning it as the highest ranked basic science endocrinology journal for a second year. Journal of Endocrinology is now 26th in its category of 138 journals.
The Journal of Molecular Endocrinology’s impact factor has increased by 21% to 3.577. Now the leading journal in molecular endocrinology, Journal of Molecular Endocrinology continues to be highly influential in its field.
Endocrine-Related Cancer has received a 2016 impact factor of 5.267, its highest since 2003. The journal remains in the top quartile of both its categories, ranking 21/138 in the endocrinology and metabolism category and 41/217 in the oncology category.
Clinical Endocrinology has received a strong impact factor of 3.327.
Members benefits include free online access to the Society's subscription journals through the Members' area, reduced rates on print subscriptions and discounts on open-access publication fees.
Members also have free open access publishing in Endocrine Connections, and free publishing when articles are accepted in Journal of Endocrinology, Journal of Molecular Endocrinology and Endocrine-Related Cancer.