Impact Factor Collection

 

EJE impact factor graphic

Impact Factor rises above 6!

The European Journal of Endocrinology has achieved its highest impact factor for the fifth year in a row, and passed the 6.000 threshold for the first time. With a 2020 Impact Factor of 6.664, EJE has now climbed to 20th out of 145 journals in the Endocrinology and Metabolism category, standing above many of its broad-scoped, clinical focused competitors, reinforcing its reputation as a global leader for the highest quality research, reviews and guidelines in clinical and translational endocrinology

To celebrate the European Journal of Endocrinology's result the journal Editorial Team has compiled a collection of highly cited articles contributing to the latest Impact Factor.

We would like to thank the world-class editors, authors, reviewers and readers who have all helped EJE grow from strength to strength over recent years, to become a world-leading authority on all areas of clinical endocrinology. Particular thanks go to Editor-in-chief, Professor Wiebke Arlt, whose focus on high-quality, high-impact research from established and emerging areas of clinical endocrinology has facilitated the fantastic achievement of this year’s Impact Factor.

 

2020’S TOP CITED RESEARCH:

 

Early menopause and premature ovarian insufficiency are associated with increased risk of type 2 diabetes: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Panagiotis Anagnostis et al.

Impact of non-invasive follicular thyroid neoplasms with papillary-like nuclear features (NIFTP) on risk of malignancy in patients undergoing lobectomy/thyroidectomy for suspected malignancy or malignant fine-needle aspiration cytology findings: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Massimo Bongiovanni et al.

Associated auto-immune disease in type 1 diabetes patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis
C Nederstigt et al.

Validation of a clinicopathological score for the prediction of post-surgical evolution of pituitary adenoma: retrospective analysis on 566 patients from a tertiary care centre
S Asioli et al.

Plasma steroid metabolome profiling for the diagnosis of adrenocortical carcinoma
Sophie Schweitzer et al.

Non-invasive DXA-derived bone structure assessment of acromegaly patients: a cross-sectional study
Martin Kužma et al.

Radiofrequency ablation for benign thyroid nodules according to different ultrasound features: an Italian multicentre prospective study
Maurilio Deandrea et al.

Adjuvant mitotane therapy is beneficial in non-metastatic adrenocortical carcinoma at high risk of recurrence
By A Calabrese et al.

The current landscape of European registries for rare endocrine conditions
S R Ali et al.

Hypoglycaemia is associated with increased risk of fractures in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus: a cohort study
Antiopi Ntouva et al.

 

2020’S TOP CITED REVIEWS:

 

Anorexia nervosa and endocrinology: a clinical update
By René Klinkby Støving

Novel pathways regulating neuroendocrine function, energy homeostasis and metabolism in humans
Aimilia Eirini Papathanasiou et al.

Diagnosis and management of the patient with non-classic CAH due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency
Anna Nordenström and Henrik Falhammar

Estradiol as a male hormone
Nicholas Russell and Mathis Grossmann

The history of discovery, synthesis and development of testosterone for clinical use
Eberhard Nieschlag and Susan Nieschlag

Endocrine and immunological aspects of burnout: a narrative review
Ingibjörg H Jonsdottir and Anna Sjörs Dahlman

Individualised management of acromegaly
Jens Bollerslev, Ansgar Heck, and Nicoleta Cristina Olarescu

Current vitamin D status in European and Middle East countries and strategies to prevent vitamin D deficiency: a position statement of the European Calcified Tissue Society
Paul Lips et al.

Standards of care for hypoparathyroidism in adults: a Canadian and International Consensus
Aliya A Khan et al.

Unmet therapeutic, educational and scientific needs in parathyroid disorders: Consensus Statement from the first European Society of Endocrinology Workshop (PARAT)
Jens Bollerslev et al.