The monthly flagship journal Thyroid is expanding its comprehensive coverage of thyroid related care and research with the addition of two new components, Clinical Thyroidology® (monthly) and VideoEndocrinology™ (quarterly). This authoritative journal program delivers in-depth coverage on topics from clinical application and primary care, to the latest advances in diagnostic imaging and surgical techniques and technologies, designed to optimize patient care and outcomes.
Thyroid is the leading, peer-reviewed resource for original articles, patient-focused reports, and translational research on thyroid cancer and all thyroid related diseases. The Journal delivers the latest findings on topics from primary care to clinical application, and is the exclusive source for the authoritative and updated American Thyroid Association (ATA) Guidelines for Managing Thyroid Disease.
Thyroid coverage includes:
- Thyrotoxicosis, thyroid hormone resistance, and hypothyroidism
- Thyroid status testing
- Autoimmune thyroid illness
- Dysthyroid orbitopathy (Graves’ Ophthalmopathy)
- Nodular thyroid disease
- Thyroid surgery
- Thyroid imaging
- Pediatric and neonatal thyroid disorder
- Genetics of thyroid disease
- Thyroid diseases and pregnancy
- Iodine deficiency, goiter-hypothyroidism-neurological dysfunction
- Cell biology of the thyrocyte
- Nuclear and extranuclear actions of thyroid hormones
- Brain-pituitary-thyroid regulation
- Animal models of thyroid disease
Thyroid is under the editorial leadership of Editor-in-Chief Peter A. Kopp, Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Molecular Medicine, Northwestern University; Clinical Thyroidology Editor-in-Chief Jerome M. Hershman, UCLA; VideoEndocrinology Editor Gerard Doherty, Boston University; and other leading investigators. View the entire editorial board.
Audience: Endocrinologists, obstetricians, surgeons, primary care clinicians, oncologists, cell biologists, and pathologists, among others
Official Journals of the American Thyroid Association
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