Register for ENDO
ENDO 2019 is coming to New Orleans, LA, March 23–26, 2019. This is the premier event for sharing and learning the latest in endocrine science and medicine. Register today!
Diabetes Session Recordings
Purchase the most advanced diabetes session recordings from CEU 2018. These seven recordings highlight the newest clinical breakthroughs in diabetes and are eligible for 4.75 credits. Stay up-to-date while earning credits.
World Diabetes Day
Wednesday, Nov. 14, is World Diabetes Day. 1 in 11 adults worldwide has diabetes. This World Diabetes Day, help us raise awareness and advocate for diabetes research, clinical care, and self-management accessibility.
Endocrine Society Awards
We are currently accepting applications and nominations for our prestigious awards. Researchers, clinicians, and early career professionals can benefit from these highly publicized awards. Learn more, and apply or nominate a colleague today!
Supporting Insulin Affordability
Insulin costs have nearly tripled in the last 15 years, forcing some people with diabetes to make the life-threatening decision to ration insulin. Read our position statement, which recommends policies to lower costs for people with diabetes.
- Governance Task Force Wants to Hear from You–Watch a webinar to learn more and provide your thoughts.
- Advocacy in Action: Elections, Contraception, EDCs, and more...
- Analysis Estimates the Positive Impact of Empagliflozin on Life Expectancy in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes and Established Cardiovascular Disease
- Aflibercept Injection Improved Diabetic Retinopathy and Reduced Vision-Threatening Complications in Phase 3 Trial
- Review Examines Genome-Wide Association Studies’ Effects on Understanding of Human Growth
- Teachable Moments: Using Journey Boards for Pediatric Diabetes Patients–When children are first diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, there are myriad challenges for the patient and the parents. A new educational program has proven to be an effective tool for the patients, parents, and clinical team.
The Endocrine Society is proud to acknowledge the impressive achievements of exceptional members and nonmembers at all stages of their careers. Gain recognition for your own accomplishments by applying for one of the following awards:
The EndoCareers Early Career Forum Travel Awards provide graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, internal medicine residents, and clinical fellows with a unique opportunity to network with and learn from experts in the field at a day-long workshop. Recipients receive a travel award and complimentary registration to the workshop and to ENDO 2019. Apply before November 19.
The Early Investigators Awards recognize the accomplishments of early career investigators in areas of general endocrinology. For an opportunity to receive monetary support to assist in your career development. Apply by December 6.
The Summer Research Fellowships help to encourage undergraduate students, medical students, and first year graduate school students to pursue careers in endocrinology. Recipients receive a stipend to participate in a research project under the guidance of a Society member for eight to twelve weeks during the summer. Apply by December 6.
- November 19 - 21, 2018 | SfE BES 2018 | Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
- November 26 - 29, 2018 | 17th International Congress on Hormonal Steroids and Hormones and Cancer | Stellenbosch, South Africa
- November 28 - 30, 2018 | The Pituitary Society Workshop | Stellenbosch, Cape Town, South Africa
This month, we will be hosting a Twitter Chat to discuss diabetes technology; where it's been, where it is, and where it's going. Join us, Society member Dr. Jennifer Sherr, and our Chief Professional and Clinical Affairs Officer Dr. Robert Lash for our chat on November 13 from 1-2 PM EST.
We are thankful for the unique contributions of each of our members. Renew your membership today so you can continue making an impact in the endocrinology field into the new year.
We describe some examples of the clinical implications of recognizing the importance of the pituitary and target organs in pulse generation and suggest avenues for future research in both the short and long term.
We describe patients with RAIR differentiated thyroid cancers receiving targeted therapy with demonstrated RAI uptake allowing for iodine-131 administration.
It is the purpose of the current review to update the evidence regarding the pathogenesis of PCOS and emphasize how new data are providing insights into diagnosis and treatment of the disorder.
Previous studies have not examined the ability of multiple preconception biomarkers, considered together, to improve prediction of gestational diabetes mellitus.