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【专刊征稿】TMSR┃Covid-19代谢后果和诱发因素

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Covid-19不仅潜移默化地改变了人们正常行为模式和生活方式。对易感人群的影响更是不可忽视。有研究显示肥胖和代谢综合症患者更容易感染严重的急性呼吸综合征冠状病毒II(SARS-CoV-2或Covid-19),与此同时,也有人提出 Covid-19可改能会改变新发糖尿病的发展轨迹。

了解Covid-19与代谢综合症之间关联的原因会为我们如何更好地管理易感人群以预防严重疾病提供更多思路。

本期专刊征稿特围绕这一主题展开,欢迎大家积极投稿。


主题范围


包括但不限于

  • Covid-19 对新发糖尿病的影响

    The impact of Covid-19 on new onset diabetes

  • Covid-19 对与代谢综合症相关的生化和人体测量因素的影响

    The effects of Covid-19 on biochemical and anthropometric factors associated with metabolic syndrome

  • 增加Covid-19感染易感性相关的代谢综合症体征

    Features of metabolic syndrome associated with an increased susceptibility to Covid-19 infection

  • 对 Covid-19 感染及其并发症的易感性增加的诱因机制

    Mechanisms leading to increased susceptibility to Covid-19 infection and its complications

  • Covid-19 感染如何影响行为模式和生活方式,包括饮食和身体活动

    How Covid-19 infection affects behavioural and lifestyle factors, including diet and physical activity


客座编辑

Professor Ferns

Brighton & Sussex Medical School, UK

Professor Ghayour

Mashhad Uniuversity Medical School, Iran

Professor Alkhatib

Dasman Diabetes Institute, Kuwait

Dr Rovce Vincent

King's College Hospital, Denmark Hill, UK


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截稿日期:2022年10月31日


期刊介绍

About the Journal

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期刊主页


Translational Metabolic Syndrome Research(《转化代谢综合症研究》)是全球华人医学科学家学者协会 & 中国研究型医院学会官方期刊,期刊致力于发表来自新陈代谢转化研究领域的研究成果,刊载文章主要范围包括新陈代谢综合症的预防,治疗,管理和诊断,文章类型包括但不局限于研究论文,综述,简报论文,假说等。

所有文章将经过严格的同行评审,一经录用将发表在月活用户超过1700万的ScienceDirect平台,供领域内的学者及全球读者免费阅读、下载及引用。



主编介绍

Editor in Chief

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Wei Wang

MD, PhD, FFPH, FRSB, FRSM

Professor, Edith Cowan University, Australia

Biography

Professor Wei Wang has published over 200 scientific papers in prestigious journals, including Science, Nature Genetics and The Lancet. He was the founding Chief Editor of the Journal of Family Medicine and Community Health. 


Currently he is 

  • Chief Editor of Translational Metabolic Syndrome Research

  • Associate Editor of EPMA Journal

  • Regional Editor of Journal of Global Health and Journal of Human Hypertension

  • Editor (Engineering) and Guest Editor for Frontiers in Immunology

He has been elected a Fellow of the following organisations:  

  • Faculty of Public Health, Royal College of Physicians (2005)

  • Royal Society of Biology (2016)

  • Royal Society of Medicine of the United Kingdom (2017)



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Professor Gordon Ferns

Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK 

Biography

Professor Gordon Fernsqualified in medicine from St Bartholomew’s Medical College, University of London. Following House jobs in Newmarket and London, he trained in Chemical Pathology at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London, where he also undertook the research for his MD, funded by a Wellcome Pathology Research Fellowship and Aylwen Research Bursary. 

He was a British Heart Foundation-American Heart Association Reciprocal Fellow in the Department of Pathology at the University of Washington, Seattle, US, returning to the UK as a Senior Scientist at the William Harvey Research Institute, London.

He was appointed Senior Lecturer in Chemical Pathology at the University of Leicester, and then to a Chair in Metabolic & Molecular Medicine at the University of Surrey. He was subsequently Dean of Medicine at the University of Surrey, before his move to the University of Keele Medical School, where he was Director of the Institute of Science and Technology in Medicine. Gordon has worked at BSMS since 2012 as Head of the Department of Medical Education, and Honorary Consultant in Metabolic Medicine.





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