ENDO is Here!
ENDO 2019 has come to New Orleans this week, but it is not too late to register! We offer 1- and 2-day registration packages, offering you the flexibility to customize your schedule. We look forward to seeing you!
There are many ways to get from the airport to your hotel and around New Orleans. Check out our transportation guide on how to get around.
Save the date for our upcoming 2019 meetings! Endocrine Board Review (EBR) 2019 and Clinical Endocrinology Update (CEU) are coming to Seattle, Washington, Sept. 17–21. CEU will also be in Miami, Florida, Sept. 5–7. See you there!
Upcoming Diabetes CPG
Check out the "Treatment of Diabetes in Older Adults" session at ENDO 2019 to coincide with the launch of the guideline on March 23, in New Orleans, LA.
- Thematic Issue: Women in Endocrinology 2019
- Advocacy in Action: A proposed budget, drug pricing, women's health research, and more...
- Meet your 2019 Laureates
- ENDO 2019 Preview: Transgender Basics and Beyond
- ENDO 2019 Preview: Tailored Programming for Early-Career Members
- ENDO 2019 Preview: Constant Craving: Linking Addiction and Endocrinology—A variety of cases will be presented at ENDO 2019 that will demonstrate how certain endocrine treatments can cause or worsen addictive behaviors
ENDO 2019—Know Before You Go
With just a few days left before ENDO, it's time to get prepared. Use the following details to stay organized and help make the most of your meeting experience.
There are many ways to get from the airport to your hotel and around New Orleans. View our transportation guide on how to get around.
Once the meeting begins, shuttle buses will pick up from select official ENDO 2019 hotels and drop off at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. After your first ride, you must show your shuttle pass to board the buses. View the complete schedule and routes.
We are pleased to offer a variety of fun and exciting activities at the ENDOExpo this year, including live music, a Mardi Gras float, and a new Wellness Lounge where you can color, complete a puzzle, and visit with therapy dogs. Save time to meet face-to-face with industry partners showcasing the latest products, services, and technologies. Make sure you add "Visit the ENDOExpo" to your schedule!
This year's Basic Science Pathways, focusing on reproductive health, nuclear receptors and gene regulation, and neuroendocrinology, will all conclude with a reception. Please RSVP to any, or all, receptions that you would like to attend
The ENDO Career Fair will take place on Saturday from 12:00–2:00 PM and provides attendees at every career stage with an opportunity to meet with job recruiters and learn about valuable opportunities.
The Big Easy has a rich history and is known for its creole cuisine, vibrant live-music scene, and festive spirit. Start planning your activities today.
Pick up your badge and other conference materials on Level 1, Lobby H.
- Thursday: 3:00 PM–6:00 PM
- Friday: 7:00 AM–6:00 PM
- Saturday–Monday: 6:50 AM–5:30 PM
- Tuesday: 6:30 AM–1:00 PM
The ENDO 2019 Mobile App is available for download from the:
And please visit the ENDO 2019 App page for highlights and instructions.
Visit endodaily.org to find coverage of ENDO 2019 sessions and meeting news. Find out what you missed, get the highlights from a variety of sessions, or check out session previews and interviews with ENDO movers and shakers.
Our Continuing Medical Education Services (CMES) offer even more opportunities to hear from experts with Conference Events. There is no cost for these events, and admission will be done on a first-come, first-served basis. Sessions include:
- Patient-Centered Approaches to Long-Term Success in Weight Loss
- New Medical Options for the Treatment of Advanced Thyroid Cancer
- Unraveling the Genetics of Rare Causes of Obesity: Emerging Options Across the Lifespan
- and more...
Express your interest and register for one of these events today.
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