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Join Us for ENDO 2022

May 16, 2022

ENDO 2022 offers registrants the option to attend either in person or virtually, so you are able to participate as you prefer. Our program features more than 100 in-person and virtual sessions and an additional 70+ in-person only sessions. Register now to secure your spot for the top yearly meeting in endocrinology.

Clinical Practice Guideline

Comment Review Period for Hypoglycemia Guideline

May 23, 2022

We request your assistance in the development of a guideline on the management of individuals with diabetes at high-risk for hypoglycemia. You may access the recommendations and submit your comments via our online comment survey. All comments will be reviewed by the panel and addressed during guideline finalization. The comment period will close on June 1, 2022.

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Attend an Ancillary Meeting at ENDO 2022

April 17, 2022

Further your knowledge at ENDO 2022! We invite you to attend one of our ancillary symposia on obesity management, glycemic control, and pediatric achondroplasia. These supplemental activities are available for anyone to participate, including those who do not register for ENDO! The ancillary sessions do, however, require separate registration. Learn more and register.


Now Available: Endocrine Education Cases

May 19, 2022

We are excited to introduce the Endocrine Education Cases, our new flashcards that cover essential topics in endocrinology through clinical cases that learners can reference in their studies or practice. Use our guide during hospital rounds or for independent and group studies. Visit our online store to learn more.


Advocacy in Action

May 19, 2022

The Endocrine Society went to Brussels this week to advocate for improved regulation of EDCs in the EU.

We Are Endocrinology

Deena Adimoolam
“I use media to share a message of prevention and recognition of many endocrine diseases, especially diabetes and obesity. As a member of the Endocrine Society, I have also had the opportunity to continue this work with Society members who share in my vision and passion. I work closely with the Endocrine Society’s Hormone Health Network to spread awareness on various endocrine diseases through patient education tools and media.” – Deena Adimoolam, MD
We are an 18,000 member strong global community
A champion for the Society’s guidelines, Chris has been passionate about improving our guideline development methodology as well as about making guideline content more accessible to readers around the world. – Christopher McCartney, MD

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Endocrine Society News

Stress may be associated with fertility issues in women

May 10, 2022

Female rats exposed to a scream sound may have diminished ovarian reserve and reduced fertility, according to a small animal study published in the Endocrine Society’s journal, Endocrinology.

Hammer wins inaugural Endocrine Images Art Competition

May 10, 2022

Gary Hammer, M.D., Ph.D., Millie Schembechler Professor of Adrenal Cancer at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich., won the Endocrine Society's Endocrine Images Art Competition, a contest celebrating the beauty of endocrine science.

Seattle health fair offers free screenings, wellness activities for people with diabetes

May 03, 2022

Endocrine experts will deliver free health services to underrepresented communities, including Latinx and Hispanic residents, during EndoCares® Seattle, an in-person health education event being held on May 14.

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Featured Journal Articles

11-Oxygenated Metabolites of Testosterone in PCOS

May 24, 2022

We evaluate the relationships between serum 11-OH testosterone and 11-keto testosterone and clinical and biochemical hyperandrogenism, as well as the metabolic parameters, in women with polycystic ovary syndrome.

Role of Jmjd3 in Female Reproduction

May 24, 2022

Our studies highlight the critical role of JMJD3 in nuclear-mitochondrial genome coordination that is essential for maintaining normal ovarian function and female fertility and underscore a potential role of JMJD3 in female reproductive aging.

Analysis of Calcium Sensing Receptor Variants

May 24, 2022

We identified 3 novel calcium-sensing receptor transmembrane domain missense variants in 3 probands provisionally diagnosed with familial hypocalciuric hypercalcemia and examined the variants using bioinformatics and functional analysis.

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For 100 years, the Endocrine Society has been at the forefront of hormone science and public health. Read about our history and how we continue to serve the endocrine community.