Eminent Editorial Board Members

Khue Vu Nguyen
UNITED STATES
Journal of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research
Bhoomika Patel
India
Journal of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research
Massimo Collino
ITALY
Journal of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research
Amedeo Amedei
ITALY
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Anil Kumar Mandal
UNITED STATES
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Indra Prasad Tripathi
India
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Leonardo Roever
BRAZIL
Journal of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research
Akira Sugawara
JAPAN
Journal of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research
Burton M. Altura
UNITED STATES
Journal of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research
Akbar Nikkhah
IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF)
Journal of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research
Rachel J. Perry
UNITED STATES
Journal of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research
Manish K. Tripathi
UNITED STATES
Journal of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research
Hao Wu
CHINA
Journal of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research
Tar-Choon Aw
SINGAPORE
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Raveendran. A.V
OMAN
Journal of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research
Mariana Arruda Camara Ferreira da Silva
BRAZIL
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Maria Anastasiadou
GREECE
Journal of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research
Pankaj Srivastava
India
Journal of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research

Journal of Hormonal Disorders & Endocrine Research (JHDER) is an international, peer reviewed, open access journal which covers the studies of all aspects of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research. JHDER aims to publish latest research and review articles, short communication, case report, editorial articles, etc.

JHDER aspires to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of endocrine physiology and metabolism, hormone secretion, its action, biological effects, basic and translational studies at the organ, tissue and whole organism level etc.

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Epidural Adhesiolysis in the Management of Chronic Low Back Pain in Failed Back Surgery Syndrome and in Lumbar Radicular Pain: First Year of Experience in General Hospital Pula - Croatia, A Randomized Trial
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Adult Alveolar Paranasal Rhabdomyosarcoma; A Rare Aggressive Disease with Pulmonary, Brain and Skeletal Metastasis: Review of an Institutional Experience
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