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Recognition of Reviewers
The editors of Endocrinology thank all those who reviewed during 2019 for their time and effort. David H. Abbott Adegbenga Bolanle Ademolu Jennifer Joan Adibi Anil K. Agarwala Greti Aguilera Genoa R. Warner Alina Nico West Qin Yang Yunxiao (Sherry) Zhu Ruben Rodriguez Henry H. Ruiz Isabel R. Schlaepfer Rodrigo Soares ...
Metastatic Pheochromocytoma: In Search of a Cure
William F Young, Jr., MD
As I write this commentary there is no cure for metastatic pheochromocytoma (P) or metastatic paraganglioma (PGL). The World Health Organization classification of tumors of endocrine organs advises that all PPGLs have malignant potential—a potential that is only confirmed when metastatic disease is documented ( 1 ). Most ...
Impact of Exogenous Testosterone on Reproduction in Transgender Men
Molly B Moravek,Hadrian M Kinnear et al.
Studies show that a subset of transgender men desire children; however, there is a paucity of literature on the effect of gender-affirming testosterone therapy on reproductive function. In this manuscript, we will review the process of gender-affirming hormone therapy for transgender men and what is known about ovarian ...
Tell Me Your Superpower!
Teresa K Woodruff
When my nephew, Ryan, was about 8, his favorite question was “What is your superpower?” We would spend hours riding bikes sorting out whether invisibility, shapeshifting, X-ray vision, or teleporting were the best asset. This is the same nephew who joined my lab every summer beginning at age 5 drawing ovarian follicles, ...
Environmental Obesogens and Their Impact on Susceptibility to Obesity: New Mechanisms and Chemicals
Riann Jenay Egusquiza,Bruce Blumberg
The incidence of obesity has reached an all-time high, and this increase is observed worldwide. There is a growing need to understand all the factors that contribute to obesity to effectively treat and prevent it and associated comorbidities. The obesogen hypothesis proposes that there are chemicals in our environment ...
Evidence that Nitric Oxide Is Critical for LH Surge Generation in Female Sheep
Richard B McCosh,Justin A Lopez et al.
Elevated and sustained estradiol concentrations cause a gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) surge that is necessary for ovulation. In sheep, several different neural systems have been implicated in this stimulatory action of estradiol and this study focused on somatostatin (SST) neurons in ...
WITHDRAWN AS DUPLICATE: Gnrh1-Induced Responses Are Indirect in Female Medaka Fsh Cells, Generated Through Cellular Networks
This article was originally published as https://doi.org/10.1210/en.2019-00595 .
WITHDRAWN AS DUPLICATE: Noninvasive Evaluation of GPR119 Agonist Effects on β-Cell Mass in Diabetic Male Mice Using 111 In-Exendin-4 SPECT/CT
This article was originally published as https://doi.org/10.1210/en.2019-00556 .
WITHDRAWN AS DUPLICATE: Spermatogonial Type 3 Deiodinase Regulates Thyroid Hormone Target Genes in Developing Testicular Somatic Cells
This article was originally published as https://doi.org/10.1210/en.2019-00259 .
WITHDRAWN AS DUPLICATE: Sexual Dimorphism in Obesity-Associated Endothelial ENaC Activity and Stiffening in Mice
This article was originally published as https://doi.org/10.1210/en.2019-00483 .

Benefits for Endocrinology Authors

Endocrinology has moved to continuous, online-only publication, with no color charges, and the first 8 pages free for articles authored by Society members. 

The Editor-in-Chief on Endocrinology

The Editor-in-Chief, Teresa K. Woodruff, PhD, sets out her vision for the journal as the venue for the best of endocrine science in this short video. Read more about her goals and mission for the journal.

Search underway for the next Editor-in-Chief of Endocrinology

The Endocrine Society seeks a dynamic, internationally-recognized leader to succeed Teresa Woodruff, PhD, for a three-year term, beginning January 2021, with preparatory work beginning in fall 2020. Applications are now closed; an announcement will be made later in 2020. 

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ENDO 2019 Abstracts

Abstracts presented in March 2019 at the Annual Meeting of the Endocrine Society, ENDO 2019, are now available to access online.

Call for Papers: Special Topics

Teresa K. Woodruff, PhD, Editor-in-Chief, calls for papers on:
•    Sex as a biological variable
•    Endocrine disruption, including epigenetics
•    Endocrinology of early-life stress and parental behavior
•    Endocrinology of links between sleep, metabolism, and cancer
•    Endocrinology of aging, especially senescent cells in obesity and diabetes

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Endocrine News Podcast

Listen to ENP21: Advice for Getting Published with Andrea Gore, Ph.D., from the University of Texas at Austin. In this episode, she talks about what makes for a well-written scientific paper and about the peer review process: what to expect and how to understand the feedback from editors.

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