Journal of Diabetes

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Edited By: Zachary T. Bloomgarden and Guang Ning

Impact Factor: 2.349

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 73/123 (Endocrinology & Metabolism)

Online ISSN: 1753-0407

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Journal of Diabeteswill publish 6 issues from 2014!

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Winner announced!
Congratulations to Dr Nadeem A. Ansari (Banaras Hindu University, India) who submitted the closest number in the Journal of Diabetes Impact Factor guessing contest. He will be receiving a $100 book voucher prize.
Thank you very much for all of the entrees, it was indeed a close competition!


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Virtual Issue on Vitamins, herbs, supplements and traditional medications for diabetes (Oct 2012) is available online!
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Young Clinician Investigator Award

The 2013 winner of Young Clinician Investigator Award goes to Dr Vishal Patel, India, in recognition of his outstanding work described in Omeprazole improves the anti-obesity and antidiabetic effects of exendin-4 in db/db mice, Journal of Diabetes, 5: 163-171

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Comparative Effectiveness Research on Diabetes

The Journal of Diabetes will engage in the exploration of CER in diabetes, and invites submissions. Topics of interest include - but are not limited to: the complex interactions between biological, psychological, and behavioral factors of care, and the comparison of new diabetes drugs and agents with existing therapies, in the endeavor to reduce the health and economic burdens of diabetes.
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Study Design Support

Study Design Support is a free and confidential service by the editorial team at Journal of Diabetes to help you design your studies.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Our editorial team provides you with free and confidential feedback on your study design before you submit your final study to a journal, or before you do the study. Study Design Support does not reject, accept or publish your study design. We just provide you with free and confidential feedback. You submit your study design to us, using a submission form.
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