Endocrine Reviews Journal to Debut New Look in June

Endocrine Reviews Cover

Readers of Endocrine Reviews will be pleasantly surprised when they receive their June issue and see the journal’s new look, both inside and out.

The bimonthly journal, published by the Endocrine Society since 1980, will undergo an entirely new redesign to give it a more contemporary look and enhance readability.

The June issue of Endocrine Reviews will introduce a new cover design and improved content format that will match the vitality of the published reviews within, according to the journal’s editor-in-chief Len Wartofsky, MD, MACP, professor of medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, D.C. “A simple, straightforward eye-catching cover design will highlight the contents of each issue and other changes include new, more pleasing fonts and highly professional illustrations,” he explains. “The quality of the cover illustrations will reflect refinements by our professional illustrators of the figures submitted with reviews.”

Wartofsky adds that the revamped illustrations that will accompany the articles will be able to have a life beyond the pages of Endocrine Reviews. “All journal illustrations will be highly suitable for secondary use as teaching slides,” he says. “The editors and publications staff hope that you will enjoy the fresh new look of Endocrine Reviews.”

Endocrine Reviews publishes comprehensive, authoritative, and timely review articles balancing both experimental and clinical endocrinology themes and crystallizing the most significant clinical experience and current research in endocrinology and related areas such as cell biology, immunology, pharmacology, genetics, molecular biology, neuroscience, reproductive medicine, and pediatric endocrinology.

Access Endocrine Reviews online at https://academic.oup.com/edrv for articles, videos, and more.

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