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Diabetologia is the official journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD)

Scope: Diabetologia publishes original clinical, translational and experimental research on all aspects of diabetes research and related subjects, provided they have scientific merit and represent an important advance in knowledge

Editor-in-Chief: Sally Marshall

Managing Editor: Judy Naylor

Impact Factor (2019): 7.518 (ranked 10/143 in Endocrinology and Metabolism)*

5-Year Impact Factor: 6.871*

CiteScore (average citations received per article): 13.1 (ranked 5/128 in Internal Medicine)†

SCImago Journal Rank (weighted citations received by the journal): 3.181†

Source Normalized Impact per Paper (citations received relative to citations expected for the journal’s subject field): 2.048†

Eigenfactor score: 0.04074 (2019)*

Frequency: 12 issues a year

Acceptance rate: <15 per cent

Embargo: All material is under embargo until it is published online

Free online access to all articles after 12 months – click here to access the online journal

Circulation: >10,000 institutions have access

Online access for EASD members: please login to your MyEASD account to access Diabetologia content without charge

*Source: Journal Citation Reports, Clarivate Analytics, 2020
† Source: Scopus

Services to Authors

Online submissions: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/diabetologia

Submission fee: none

Page charges: none

Charges for colour illustrations: none

Rapid triage system: allows authors to submit to a more appropriate journal without delay

Open access: Authors at participating institutions can opt to publish with Open Access at no cost. All authors have the option to make their paper freely available immediately after publication via Springer Nature’s Open Choice program

SharedIt: authors can share free-to-view links to their research with anyone, anywhere

Press releases: Diabetologia has a dedicated press officer who will issue press releases on selected papers. Authors arranging their own press releases should send a draft to the editorial office

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