Members publish free
We're proud to offer our members two special publication focused member benefits for 2017. Members of the Society for Endocrinology are now eligible for free open access publishing in Endocrine Connections and Society members can also publish completely free of charge when their articles are accepted for publication in Journal of Endocrinology, Journal of Molecular Endocrinology and Endocrine-Related Cancer.
Free Open Access publishing in Endocrine Connections
Endocrine Connections has received its first impact factor a remarkable 2.541. To celebrate this important milestone, the Society for Endocrinology are delighted to offer their members completely free Open Access publishing in Endocrine Connections in 2017,* a saving of £950 per publication.
We are proud to offer this special member benefit to our members and encourage you to support the journal in its aim to be the leading Open Access title in the field.
Find your member number on email correspondence and submit your next paper at www.endocrineconnections.com.
*Terms and conditions
- The corresponding author must have been a member of either SfE or ESE for one calendar year on the date of submission to be eligible
- The offer is available for papers submitted between 1 January and 30 September 2017
- All submissions are subject to peer review and the usual acceptance criteria
- The offer applies to individual members and is not open to corporate members
Free publishing when your article is accepted in the Journal of Endocrinology, Journal of Molecular Endocrinology and Endocrine-Related Cancer.
This initiative will support the dissemination of research conducted by members by making it easier for you to publish in your Society’s journals.
- No colour fees
- No supplementary data charges
- No page charges
Society for Endocrinology members need to be the corresponding author to qualify for the waiver. Simply enter your society affiliation upon submission.
P.S. Members also benefit from discounted open-access charges when accepted for publication in Clinical Endocrinology, and Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Case Reports.
Please note that authors choosing to make their papers open access will still be required to pay the open-access charge. Free colour in print is offered where it is necessary to convey meaning.