Aim and Scope...


SF Journal of Endocrinology and Thyroid to enhance the free scientific knowledge to the worldwide readers and unlimited free access to the readers. Journal considers research manuscripts, review manuscripts, editorials, commentaries, opinion pieces, case studies, case reports, clinical images, letters and perspectives. Editorials, perspectives and opinions are submitted by authors and editorial board members on topics pertaining to endocrinology and thyroid. Journal content will be published on a continuous publication model.

SF Journal of Endocrinology and Thyroid manuscripts undergo double blinded peer-review process where each manuscript undergoes evaluation by our editors, if appropriate, is reviewed by a minimum of three independent reviewers. The average time between submission and final decision is 15-25 days and the average time between acceptance and publication is 10-15 days. We publish manuscripts in HTML, PDF and XML format and all articles published by journal are freely accessible to everyone immediately after publication.


SF Journal of Endocrinology and Thyroid scope covers in all areas related to endocrinology and thyroids aspects such as Endocrine Pancreas Gestational Diabetes Endogenous Insulin Beta Cell Loss Autoimmune Attack Obesity Risks Anti-obesity Drugs Gastric Balloon Endocrine Physiology Hormone Secretion and Action Translational Studies at The organ Tissue and Whole Organism Level Reproductive Endocrinology Comparative Endocrinology Adrenal Disorders Glucose Homeostasis Thyroid Disorders Thyroid Gland Thyroid Hormones Thyroiditis Calcium Homeostasis Disorders Pituitary Gland Disorders Hormones Histogenesis Organogenesis Metabolism Pediatric Endocrinology Neuroendocrinology Embryological and Fetal Development Enlarged Thyroid Histology Hyperthyroidism Hypothyroid Non-Cancerous Nodules Physiology Radioiodine Significance of Iodine thyroid Condition Structure Symptoms of Thyroid Thyroid Thyroid Cancer Thyroid Cancers Thyroid Disease Symptoms T3 and T4 Production and Action T3 and T4 Regulation Underactive Thyroid Other Disorders Overactive Thyroid Parathyroid Clinical Significance Congenital Anomalies Diseased Thyroids Thyroid Disorder Thyroid Function Tests