Annals of Thyroid Research & Clinical Practice is an international, online, open access, peer reviewed journal aims to present the latest research related to thyroid hormone, thyroid diseases and related fields. The journal focuses on molecular and cellular biology, immunology, biochemistry and pathophysiology of thyroid diseases, with a specific emphasis on thyroid cancer.
The journal Annals of Thyroid Research & Clinical Practice publishes the most comprehensive and authentic research pertaining to the latest developments in the field. The journal targets in reporting original research in basic, translational and clinical thyroid studies. The journal highlights active areas of current research focus from pediatric to adult thyroid cases. Annals of Thyroid Research & Clinical Practice deliver the latest information on topics from primary care to clinical application within and related areas of thyroid research.
Remedy Publications is an international, peer reviewed publisher dedicated to publish manuscripts in clinical, medical, biology fields and its sub-specialties. All the journals are open access and provide free and unrestricted global access. Remedy Publications provide optimum quality standards and copyright of the article retains with the author.
Annals of Thyroid Research & Clinical Practice launched by Remedy Publications follow a stringent and a rapid peer review process to maintain high quality standards that aid in the growth of the journal. Every effort is made to ensure that best publishing standards are delivered to the authors.
Annals of Thyroid Research & Clinical Practice publishes original research, reviews, case reports, mini-reviews, short communications, editorials, letters, clinical images, commentaries, surgical techniques, etc. The journal also focuses on thematic issues/Special Issues on trending topics within and related to the field of thyroidology. The special issue considers new, relevant, and the most recent research in the field that missed a mention in the journal on a regular basis.