Gynecological Endocrinology is converting to Open Access
As of the 6th of July 2022 Gynecological Endocrinology will convert to an Open Access publishing model. From this date all manuscripts submitted to the journal will, if accepted, be required to pay an article publishing charge (APC) which can be covered by an author’s funder or institution.
Since the launch of the journal in 1987, and under the guardianship of Professor Peter Chedraui since 2020, the journal has seen constant growth. We feel that now is the time to undertake a major transformation which will bring the journal to a higher scientific level.
Our aim is to increase the journal’s visibility, to give the priority to innovative research and to promote novel scientific findings. An Open Access model guarantees an unlimited access to high quality articles and ensures both regional and thematic diversity of the submitted materials.
Our other objective is to maintain high quality peer review and guarantee the highest possible quality of published materials while expediting publication online to the benefit of our author community. Our Editorial Board is currently undergoing significant organizational adjustments to be in line with these strategic aims for the journal.
The conversion to Open Access will ensure that the research published in Gynecological Endocrinology will be disseminated internationally with no barriers to access. We look forward to receiving your submissions and welcome your support in this exciting new open access chapter for the journal.
Gynecological Endocrinology is particularly interested in receiving manuscripts on:
The control and function of the different endocrine glands in females
The effects of reproductive events on the endocrine system
The consequences of endocrine disorders on reproduction
There is a comprehensive description of the journal scope as well as a clear set of instructions for authors in the journal website.
Interested authors should visit the Taylor & Francis Open Access Members and Open Access Agreements pages in case they are based at an institution that may have funds available to authors wishing to publish in Gynecological Endocrinology. Interested readers may also want to consider signing up to receive latest article alerts to keep up-to-date with the latest research published in the journal.
Meet the Editor
Peter Chedraui, MD, PhD, is currently Associate Professor and Director of the Instituto de Investigación e Innovación en Salud Integral of the Universidad Católica de Santiago de Guayaquil, of Guayaquil, Ecuador. He is Past President of the Ecuadorian Climacteric and Menopause Society, member of several international scientific society boards of which he has served two full periods for the International Menopause Society (IMS); two for the European Menopause and Androgen Society (EMAS) and two for the International Society of Gynecological Endocrinology (ISGE).
He is currently Editor in Chief of Gynecological Endocrinology (official journal of ISGE) and Associate editor for Climacteric (official journal of IMS) and Case Reports in Women’s Health. His field of expertise is women’s health (reproductive and non-reproductive stages), with focus on preeclampsia, obesity, the metabolic syndrome, menopausal symptoms and cardiovascular risk, all endorsed by more than 200 peer reviewed publications, many of which are part of a joint effort of a Latin American scientific network.
Why publish open access?
Increase the visibility and readership of your research by publishing in a fully open access journal.
Make an impact beyond the academy by making your article accessible to anyone, anywhere (including readers in industry and even policy-makers).
Freely share your work with no restrictions or paywall.
Retain ownership of your research through our unrestrictive publishing agreements.
Discounts and waivers for researchers in developing countries are available. The journal will also consider requests for discretionary APC waivers. Find out if your institution or country has an open access agreement to publish with us.