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Diabetes Research: Open Access - Editorial

  • Editorial
  • Diab Res. 2019 Nov 20;1(1):23

Kuşkonmaz SM1*

1Ankara Training and Research Hospital, Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Ulucanlar Street No 89, 06230, Turkey

Corresponding Author: Dr. Şerife Mehlika Kuşkonmaz

Address: Ankara Training and Research Hospital, Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Ulucanlar Street No 89, 06230, Turkey; Email: mehlikaisildak@gmail.com

Received date: 05 October 2019; Accepted date: 15 November 2019; Published date: 20 November 2019

Citation: Kuşkonmaz SM. Diabetes Research: Open Access – Editorial. Diab Res. 2019 Nov 20;1(1):23.

Copyright © 2019 Kuşkonmaz SM. This is an open-access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Diabetes is a worldwide health issue affecting about 415 million people at present and more and more sufferers are expected to be seen in near future. The physicians working in the field of diabetes certainly have to update their knowledge about the disease, its complications and managent strategies. Moreover physicians who are not directly involved in the follow up and management of diabetes-such as orthopedic surgeons, ophtalmologists, neurologists, cardiologists and doctors who deal with transplant medicine- will surely encounter diabetic patients in daily practice because of various aspects of the disease presentation.

New research about diabetes is being added to the pool of medical literature every day and it is not easy to select data which is really valuable in clinical practice or really inspiring in the preclinical area. Diabetes Research is a novel open access journal that aims to present the latest credible and timely research about diabetes. The journal focuses on investigations about pathophysiology of diabetes, diabetes management, macro and micro vascular complications of diabetes as well as receptors, hormones and hormonal pathways involved in glucose metabolism, Diabetes research hopes to help clinicians find the correct answers to the questions about management of diabetes and its complications commonly encountered in daily practice. It also targets to share preclinical research which provides novel ideas and interesting perspectives to inspire scientists who deal with diabetes. Diabetes Research; will be read and cited with more readers in every new issue and excite more young investigators for future research.