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Impact Factor
5 year Impact Factor
SI: Endocrinology and Metabolism
4 out of 133

Leonard Wartofsky, MD

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Endocrine Reviews publishes on clinical and research topics in diabetes, endocrinology, and metabolism, also including thyroid disorders, pediatric endocrinology, growth factors, and reproductive medicine.

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Endocrine Reviews publishes comprehensive, authoritative, and timely review articles in all areas of experimental and clinical endocrinology. Proposals for manuscripts may be invited, or a proposal may be submitted by interested individuals.


Editor’s Choice

Read this review, selected by Dr. Leonard Wartofsky, as the February Editor’s Choice on “Immune Modulation of Brown(ing) Adipose Tissue in Obesity.”

Classic Review

This review focuses on evidence gained from basic science and clinical research and provides perspectives from the experience of a large multidisciplinary clinic dedicated to the care of patients with ACC. Read the full article

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Endocrine Reviews reviewers are eligible for Continuing Medical Education credits.

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