ENDO 2019 Abstracts
Browse the cutting-edge science that was presented at ENDO 2019 in our special supplemental issue of Journal of the Endocrine Society (JES).
Come to Clinical Endocrinology Update (CEU) to receive the latest advances and critical issues in clinical endocrinology. To accommodate your schedule and location, CEU is coming to two locations: Miami, FL, Sept. 5-7, and Seattle, WA, Sept 19-21. Register today!
Endocrine Board Review (EBR) is a case-based course in which participants will test their knowledge, ask their questions, and meet the experts as they are guided through 240 questions across the breadth of endocrinology. EBR is coming to Seattle, WA, Sept. 17-18. Register today!
New Thematic Issue
This month we are highlighting the latest updates in endocrine disrupting chemicals with a special collection of journal articles, published in 2015—2019. This free online collection features notable basic and clinical findings from our family of journals.
We are dedicated to increasing diversity in endocrine science and medicine while also eliminating endocrine health disparities worldwide. This year we are excited to celebrate 25 years of diversity in endocrinology. Check out our recent Endocrine News articles highlighting our journey.
- Advocacy in Action: Looming Fiscal Storm, Drug Pricing, and more...
- A Rainbow Coalition: LGBTQ+ Outreach Debuts at ENDO 2019
- Teresa Woodruff Charts the History of Reproductive Transplants
- First Impressions: Talking with Early-Career ENDO 2019 Attendees
Join us at Clinical Endocrinology Update (CEU) to keep your practice up to date with sessions led by renowned faculty and numerous opportunities to network with colleagues and experts from around the world. This year's can't-miss sessions include:
- Helping Patients Find Motivation for Lifestyle Change
Scott Kahan, MD, MPH
- Testosterone Replacement Modalities: Pros, Cons, and Their Correct Use
Shehzad S. Basaria, MD
- Controversies in the Treatment of Women With Menopausal Hormones
Margaret E. Wierman, MD; Cynthia Stuenkel, MD
- Challenges with Technology: Difficult Pump and CGM Cases
Anders L. Carlson, MD
- Diagnosis and Management of Adrenal Insufficiency
Lynnette K. Nieman, MD
Endocrine Board Review (EBR) is a case-based course and mock exam that serves as an excellent knowledge assessment. This course is ideal for endocrine fellows planning to take the endocrine board exam, practicing physicians preparing to re-certify, and also for those seeking an intensive knowledge assessment. View the full EBR Program.
Improve your patient care with this brand-new case-based book. Examine summaries of cases discussed during the live Meet-the-Professor sessions from ENDO 2019, and earn 30.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Learn more.
Although diagnosis and management of functional and neoplastic long-term consequences of cancer therapy are comparable to other causes of endocrine disorders, cancer survivors need individually structured follow-up care in specialized surveillance centers to improve care for this rapidly growing group of patients.
In the last few years, a series of articles has unveiled a previous unknown relation of these kinases with metabolic regulation and the homeostasis of metabolic tissues. The aim of this review is to bring together this body of data to provide a detailed picture of the current knowledge about these proteins, metabolism, and some of the associated diseases.
In this review, important issues pertaining to the treatment of children with CPP are discussed.
Although survivors had lower levels of AMH and AFC at the time of enrollment, the rate of change of AMH and AFC is not significantly different than similar-aged controls.