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New impact factors for Society's journals announced!

28 Jun 2018

Another year in a row, we are proud to announce that Society’s newly published impact factors are a reason for celebration.

Journal of Endocrinology, ranked in the top quartile of journals in the endocrinology and metabolism category, has received a 2017 impact factor of 4.012 and a five-year impact factor of 4.276, a longer term measure of the relevance of paper’s published in the journal.

The Journal of Molecular Endocrinology’s 2017 impact factor remains steady at 3.297 with the five-year measure increasing to 3.636. The journal continues to be the leading journal in molecular endocrinology, and we would like to thank the world-class editors, authors and reviewers to whom this success can be attributed.

Endocrine-Related Cancer has received an increased 2017 impact factor of 5.331, its highest since 2003. The journal remains in the top quartile of both its categories, ranking 21/143 in the endocrinology and metabolism category and 43/222 in the oncology category, strengthening its position as the leading journal linking oncology and endocrinology.

Endocrine Connections second impact factor has jumped up to 3.041, a continuing reflection of the high quality research and reviews being published in the journal. The journal is now 73/143 journals in the endocrinology and metabolism ranking.

Clinical Endocrinology has again received a strong impact factor of 3.077. The journal has had a stable impact factor of over 3 for the last 15 years.

Members benefits include free online access to the Society's subscription journals through the Members' area and reduced rates on print subscriptions. Members also have a 40% discount on Open Access publishing in Endocrine Connections; no colour or supplementary data charges for publishing when articles are accepted in Journal of Endocrinology, Journal of Molecular Endocrinology and Endocrine-Related Cancer; and other discounted author publication charges when publishing in Society’s Open Access titles.