Introducing Professor Adrian Clark

 

Honorary Professor of Medicine – Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
Emeritus Professor of Endocrinology – St George’s University of London

The Editorial Team is excited to announce that Professor Adrian Clark will be joining the Editorial Board of Endocrine Connections as the new Editor-in-Chief, with his term starting on the 4 January 2021.

His research has centred on the molecular and genetic basis of hormone resistance syndromes and the action of ACTH.

With extensive experience as the Editor-in-Chief of other leading academic endocrine journals, Professor Adrian Clark's expertise will be invaluable for enabling Endocrine Connections to continue its growth as a leading open-access journal.

Professor Adrian Clark will work alongside the outgoing Editor-in-Chief, Professor Josef Köhrle, until his term finishes at the end of January 2021.

 

A note from Professor Adrian Clark

"It is an enormous privilege to take on the role as Editor-in-Chief of Endocrine Connections at this time.
I am a firm believer that endocrine research should be freely available to as great an audience as possible. Endocrine Connections is the leading, fully open access, research journal making that possible across the entire spectrum of endocrinology.
It is my intention that Endocrine Connections will maintain the highest standards of prompt peer review and ethical research, while supporting original and reproducible work from all corners of the globe.”

 

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