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The Endocrine Society

  1. 1. The Endocrine Society 8401 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 900 Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815-5817 USA Phone: 301-951-2615 / Fax: 301-951-2617 Mission Statement of The Endocrine Society The mission of The Endocrine Society is to advance excellence in endocrinology and promote its essential role as an integrative force in scientific research and medical practice. THE ENDOCRINE SOCIETY 2010-2011 KELLY E. MAYO, President CAROLE R. MENDELSON, Vice-President—Basic Science JANET E. HALL, President-Elect NANETTE F. SANTORO, Vice-President—Clinical Science ROBERT A. VIGERSKY, Past President JOHN C. MARSHALL, Secretary-Treasurer ALAN D. ROGOL, Vice-President—Physician-in-Practice PUBLICATIONS CORE COMMITTEE—MARGARET A. SHUPNIK, Chair COUNCIL—GARY D. HAMMER, JANET E. HALL, JENNIFER L. LARSEN, SUSAN J. MANDEL, JOHN C. MARSHALL, KELLY E. MAYO, CAROLE R. MENDELSON, ALVIN C. POWERS, ALAN D. ROGOL, NANETTE F. SANTORO, DOLORES M. SHOBACK, GLORIA S. TANNENBAUM, PETER TRAINER, ROBERT A. VIGERSKY, TERESA WOODRUFF. EX OFFICIO: JAMES A. FAGIN, SCOTT HUNT, CRAIG E. TAPLIN. SCOTT HUNT, Executive Director and CEO INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS AND ETHICAL GUIDELINES: Both appear at CHANGE OF ADDRESS: Notify The Endocrine Society 60 days in advance using the contact information above. DISCLAIMER: The statements and opinions in Endocrine Society journal articles are solely those of the authors and not of The Endocrine Society. Advertisements are solicited and placed without knowledge of the particular order of articles in any issue. The Editors are not permitted to engage in discussions about Journal content for forthcoming issues with agencies involved in soliciting advertisements, or companies purchasing advertising space. The Endocrine Society does not evaluate advertised products or services nor assess advertising claims. The appearance of advertising in The Endocrine Society’s publications, or reference to a product or service within a paper published by The Endocrine Society, do not constitute endorsements by The Endocrine Society. The Endocrine Society reserves the right to decline any advertisement in its discretion. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PRINT AND ONLINE: Contact The Endocrine Society Placement and Classified Advertising, c/o Christine Whorton, 12366 N. Red Mountain Drive, Tucson, AZ 85737 USA. Phone: 800-361-3906 or 520-544-2760; Fax: 520-297-4466; Email: PRINT AND ONLINE DISPLAY ADVERTISING: Contact Pharmaceutical Media, Inc. (PMI), 30 East 33rd Street, New York, NY 10016 USA. Phone: 212-685-5010; Website: COMMERCIAL REPRINTS: Contact Walchli Tauber Group, Inc., 2225 Old Emmorton Road, Suite 201, Bel Air, MD 21015 USA. Phone: 443-512-8899; Website: SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION: Subscription rates for non-member individuals are US $570, International $785. For institutional rates, call 888-363-6274 or go to Single copy rates are US $90, International $100. Member dues of US $290, International $365 include print and online access to one primary journal and online access to an additional two primary journals. Subscriptions start with the January issue. To order, call 888-363-6274. All subscription orders for customers in Japan must be placed through USACO Corpo- ration, 17-12, Higashi-Azabu, 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105, Japan. Web address: For European sales, contact David Charles, eLicensing, 92 ave du General de Gaulle, 78600 Maisons-Laffitte, France, 33-1-39-12-29-29, or For sales in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka contact Jyotsna Kohli with Globe Publication Pvt. Ltd., B-13, 3rd Floor ‘A’ Block Shopping Complex, Naraina Vihar, Ring Road, New Delhi-110028, India, Indexed by BIOSIS, Current Contents, Index Medicus, Elsevier BIOBASE/Current Awareness in Biological Sciences, National Biological Service, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, and Sociedad Iberoamericana de Informacion Cientıfica (SIIC), Global Health. ´ ´ Endocrinology Email: Website: 1A
  2. 2. THE JOURNALS of The Endocrine Society World leaders in diabetes, endocrinology & metabolism JCEM was recognized as one of the top 100 most influential journals in biology and medicine over the past century. —By the Special Library Association. NEW! NEW! The Journal of Endocrine Endocrinology & Translational Hormones Clinical Reviews Molecular Endocrinology Research in & Cancer Endocrinology An In-depth, Essential Resources on the Cutting Edge Endocrinology Translational Research & Metabolism Enduring Resource of Endocrine Research & Metabolism on the Effect of With the Highest Hormone Action The Most Cited, Impact Factor in on Cancer Must-Read Clinical Endocrinology Journal in the Field and Metabolism View subscription information at medicine/oncology/ journal/12672 Key Features Renew Now or Begin Your Free Trial! • Impact factors in the top 1–7% of • Free Trial Offer for New Institutional Subscribers— Get 3 months of free all biomedical journals. online access to any of our four journals. Offer expires November 30, 2010 and • International scope, with excludes Hormones & Cancer and Translational Research in Endocrinology & international editors and authors. Metabolism. Available to new institutional subscribers and qualified former institutional subscribers. • Online versions offered through HighWire Press with searching, • Two-for-One Value for Institutional Subscribers—Endocrinology and extensive linking to related resources Molecular Endocrinology are sold as a bundle, giving you the value of two and personal alerting services. high impact journals at a discounted rate. • Author manuscripts available online • Tailor-Made Pricing for Institutional Subscribers—Subscription prices for (PDF), ahead of publication. institutional and multi-site subscribers are based on the type of organization • Extensive online archive with access (tiered pricing). back to 1997 content. For more information about these offers or a tailor-made price quote, contact To recommend a subscription to your school or library, please forward this ad to your librarian. © 2010 The Endocrine Society ®
  3. 3. DID YOU KNOW? Members receive Endocrine Daily Briefing, an e-mail digest of the most important endocrinology-related news of the day selected from thousands of sources. © 2010 The Endocrine Society® When you are Serious about filling that endocrinologist vacancy. . . Contact The Endocrine Society Placement Services c/o Christine Whorton 800-361-3906
  4. 4. now available THE ENDOCRINE SOCIETY’S Compendium of Clinical Practice Guidelines This collection of clinical practice guidelines provides evidence-based content on key areas of interest in endocrinology. Each guideline developed independently by a team of experts was vetted through a rigorous, multi-step, peer-review process. The Compendium of Clinical Practice Guidelines offers the following features: and weakness of the best available evidence using the GRADE system This valuable resource for reference and referral is essential for anyone involved in the care of patients with endocrine disorders. Order your copy today. Compendium of Clinical Practice Guidelines $49* members Earn 22 CME Credits $59* non-members Compendium of Clinical Practice Guidelines, 888-363-6762 301-941-0257. *Price does not include shipping fee. CALLING ALL AUTHORS! Here’s your chance to get in on the ground floor of the newly minted Hormones & Cancer, published jointly by The Endocrine Society and Springer Science + Business Media. Linking the sometimes disparate but often related fields of endocrinology and oncology: ▶ The journal publishes translational science NEW ▶ Includes basic research on the structure and function of the endocrine system and cancer 2010 ▶ Also includes clinical epidemiology studies involving endocrine-related cancers Hormones & Cancer is published 6 times a year and is available in print and online at journal/12672. Submit online at To order a print subscription of Hormones & Cancer at the special member rate of $60, please visit
  5. 5. TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH in Endocrinology & Metabolism NEW! Presenting Translational Research in TRANSLATIONAL Endocrinology & Metabolism, an online collection from The Endocrine Society journals highlighting the RESEARCH latest clinical application of cutting-edge research. in Endocrinology & Metabolism Features: • Allows clinicians to keep up to date on scientific advances that offer new approaches to prevention and management of disease. • Extends online access through HighWire Press with searching, extensive linking to related resources, and personal alerts. • Functions as a reading list for students, residents and fellows who want to learn about recent developments in endocrinology & metabolism applications to clinical care. An Online Anthology from The Endocrine Society Journals Edited by: Jeffrey D. Blaustein, PhD ISSN 2150-5810 Donald B. DeFranco, PhD Leonard Wartofsky, MD Available by subscription: • $220 for institutions NOW AVAILABLE! • $50 for individual non-members • $10 for fellow/trainee members The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Molecular Endocrinology focuses on Endocrinology has defined the science Metabolism (JCEM) is the world’s leading how receptors and hormones of endocrinology for over 90 years, peer reviewed journal for endocrine signal to regular gene expression, publishing a broad spectrum of the clinical research and cutting-edge development, physiological highest quality basic research related to clinical practice reviews. function and disease. the endocrine glands and their hormones. 5 year Impact Factor: 6.478 5 year Impact Factor: 5.432 5 year Impact Factor: 5.255