Themed collections

 

Journal of Molecular Endocrinology is a leading global journal that publishes original research articles and reviews. The journal focuses on molecular and cellular mechanisms in endocrinology, including: gene regulation, cell biology, signalling, mutations, transgenics, hormone-dependant cancers, nuclear receptors. The editorial team have created a series of themed collections, bringing together the latest published content on particular topics.

 

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Top-Cited Articles in 2023

Explore this collection of the top-cited research articles and reviews in 2023.

 

Endocrine Metabolic GPCRs

Collection editors: Dr Caroline Gorvin (University of Birmingham, UK), Professor Aylin Hanyaloglu (Imperial College London, UK) and Professor Davide Calebiro (University of Birmingham, UK)

This collection accompanies the Bioscientifica event Endocrine Metabolic G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) and explores the structural basis of GPCR activation as well as the latest methods to study complex GPCR signalling.

 

Incretins Themed Collection

Collection editors: Associate Professor Erin Mulvihill (University of Ottawa, Canada) and Dr Timo D Müller (Institute for Diabetes and Obesity, Germany)

This collection will provide researchers with a comprehensive update on the latest developments in the field of Incretins through a series of invited reviews and recent research.

 

Corticosteroids and Cardiovascular Disease Themed Collection

Collection editors: Associate Professor Morag Young (Baker HDI, Australia) and Guest Editor Professor Massimiliano Caprio (San Raffaele Roma University, Italy)

Articles in this joint Journal of Endocrinology and Journal of Molecular Endocrinology collection will focus on the intersection between endocrinology and the heart, covering topics including mineralocorticoid receptor actions, corticosteroid metabolism and mechanisms of cardiovascular disease.

 

Rising Stars 2023

Collection Editor: Professor Karen Chapman (University of Edinburgh, Scotland)

The joint Editorial Board of Journal of Endocrinology and Journal of Molecular Endocrinology has commissioned this Rising Stars collection highlighting the breadth and depth of research being undertaken across the field of basic endocrinology by early- and mid-career researchers.

 

Insulin Resistance and Type 2 Diabetes mellitus Themed Collection

Collection Editors: Professor Matthias Blüher (University of Leipzig, Germany), Professor Stefan Bornstein (University Clinic Carl Gustav Carus, Germany) and Professor Martin Haluzík (Charles University, Germany).

This collection provides researchers with a comprehensive update on the latest developments in the field of insulin resistance from across the globe, through a series of invited reviews and recent research.

 

Gut Microbiome Special Collection

Collection Editor: Jonathan Schertzer (McMaster University, Canada)

The joint Editorial Board of Journal of Endocrinology and Journal of Molecular Endocrinology has commissioned a special collection of reviews in the field of the gut microbiome, which is becoming increasingly important and relevant to the field of endocrinology. This special collection represents a broad overview of the current literature linking the two fields of gut microbiome and endocrinology.

 

100 years of Insulin: A Special Collection

Collection Editors: James Cantley (University of Dundee, Scotland) and Professor Decio Eizirik (ULB Center for Diabetes Research, Belgium)

To celebrate 100 years since the discovery of insulin in 2021, Journal of Endocrinology commissioned a series of reviews, authored by scientists from around the globe, covering a range of perspectives on the pathophysiology of diabetes. These articles provide a timely review of the progress made over the past century, a discussion of the latest research, along with an outlook on where the field is heading.