Global Hormonal Health

Peter Tunbridge

The Global Hormonal Health is devoted to new experimental and theoretical developments in areas related to Hormones. The Journal publishes a variety of contributions, including original articles, general and focused reviews, and rapid communications. Contributions on case studies or descriptions of new compounds should provide new functional data. Reports on translational research are encouraged.

The Journal aims to cover new data on the different steps and factors involved in the mechanism of hormone action, signal transduction pathways. It will equally examines the relation of hormones with the immune system and its environment, as well as new developments in hormone measurements.

Manuscripts relating to unsolved issues in genetics, molecular biology,biochemistry, structural biology, hormone chemistry, synthesis, elimination, cell biology, molecular medicine, and clinical medicine, are encouraged. Both basic and clinical areas of research are within the scope of the Journal, provided they address mechanisms or yield a functional explanation of processes involving hormones.

The Journal aims to enhance our understanding, and the development of approaches to study, the interplay between the environment, genomes, metabolism and diseases and also treatment of diseases such as endocrine cancers (breast, prostate, endometrium, ovary), renal and lymphoid carcinoma, hypertension, cardiovascular systems, osteoporosis, hormone deficiency in menopause and andropause, obesity, diabetes, brain and related diseases, metabolic syndrome, sexual dysfunction, fetal and pregnancy diseases, as well as the treatment of metabolic dysfunctions and deficiencies.

The articles can be accessed online immediately on their publication. We are committed to providing authors with a rapid, fair, and constructive external peer-review process, with the goal of providing the majority of first decisions within 2 weeks.

Global Hormonal Health (GHH) is now open for submissions. You can submit your manuscript to: alternatively to:

Please, follow the Instructions for Authors. In the cover letter add the name and e-mail address of 5 proposed reviewers (we can choose them or not).

Copyright is retained by the authors and articles can be freely used and distributed by others. Articles are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work, first published GHH, is properly cited.

Global Hormonal Health: Editor-in-Chief Message

Peter Tunbridge

Studied Science and Medicine at Adelaide University. After completing my Science Degree I worked on the role of the thiamine pathway and the development of megaloblastic anaemia , and for the first time demonstrated there was a genetic defect, later to be identified specifically as the MTHFR polymorphism. I am in full time Private Practice where I specialise in complex metabolic disorders and thyroid disease. I lecture internationally on Diseases of Oestrogen Metabolism and Consequences of the MTHFR gene polymorphism. I hold the teaching position of Clinical Lecturer in Medicine.

Editorial Board

George Perry

Dean and Professor
Department of Biology and Chemistry
Semmes Foundation Distinguished
Chair in Neurobiology
College of Sciences University of Texas
San Antonio, USA

Michael J. Gonzalez Guzman

Center for Collaborative
Research in Health Disparities
University of Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico

Alexander Berezin

Associate Professor
Hospital Therapy Department
Zaporozhye State Medical University

John La Puma

Medical Director, Chef Clinic®
Co-Founder, ChefMD®, USA

Dalia M Y M Al-Abdulrazzaq.

Assistant Professor
Division of Pediatric Endocrinology
Department of Pediatrics
Faculty of Medicine
University of Kuwait

Raphael J. Witorsch

Professor Emeritus
School of Medicine
Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, Virginia, USA

Jose F. Caro

Distinguished Professor of Medicine Emeritus
East Carolina University School of Medicine
Greenville, NC, USA

Ghada Soliman

Associate Professor
Graduate Program Director
Department of Health Promotion
Social and Behavioral Health
College of Public Health
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Maurer Center for Public Health

Yainer Rodríguez Delgado

Consultan Endocrinologist
Lesholathebe II Memorial Hospital
Maun. Botswana

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Geir Bjorklund

Founder and President
Council for Nutritional and
Environmental Medicine, Norway

Leonardo Parr

Faculty of Medicine
The Marilia Medical School (FAMEMA)

Ivan Domuschiev

Internist, Endocrinologist, Diabetologist,
HRV-Researcher, Antiaging Medicine

Eduardo José Caldeira

Associate Professor and
Research Laboratory Chief
Faculty of Medicine of Jundiai
São Paulo, Brazil

Stavros Baloyannis

Professor, Director
Institute for Research on
Alzheimer's disease

Mahir Khalil Ibrahim Jallo

Associate Profssor of Medicine
Senior Consultant Diabetes & Endocrinology
Gulf Medical University, UAE

Justine Evans

Hormone Alchemist
Fertility Coach and Fertility Expert
United Kingdom

Hayk S. Arakelyan

Full Professor
Senior Expert of Clinical Pharmacology,
Drug Safety,Treatment Tactics and Clinical Research

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Global Hormonal Health is now open for submissions. You can submit your manuscript to: alternatively to:

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