February Thematic Issue
February is Cardiovascular Endocrinology month. Read our special collection of journal articles, published in 2017—2019, focused on cardiovascular endocrinology. This free online collection features notable basic and clinical findings from our family of journals.
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ENDO First Time Attendees
ENDO 2019 is right around the corner, and for some, it can be an overwhelming experience. If this will be your first Endocrine Society Annual Meeting, check out the resources we have compiled and the events we have planned for First Time Attendees.
Before you head to New Orleans, tune into episode 11 of the Endocrine News Podcast, where R. Michael Tuttle, MD, gives insight into how first-time attendees and trainees can navigate the meeting.
Use the ENDO 2019 Meeting Planner to create a customized meeting experience that is catered to your specific interests.
Finally, plan to attend the first-time attendee events to mingle with other first-timers and get the most out of your ENDO experience. We look forward to welcoming you to ENDO 2019!
- March 3 - 7, 2019 | Keystone Symposia on Unraveling the Secrets of Kidney Disease | Whistler, BC, Canada
- March 3 - 7, 2019 | Keystone Symposia on Diabetes Innovations and Outcomes and Personalized Therapies | Whistler, BC, Canada
- March 7 - 9, 2019 | Emirates Diabetes and Endocrine Congress | Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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These results showed that the steroidogenic capacity decreased without histological change (the first hit) and declined with histological change (the second hit). Thus, we visualized the two-hit hypothesis in the adrenal cortex.
Our practical and objective method to assess pubertal status based on height velocity and growth chart trajectory highlights growth as a reliable and objective bioassay for pubertal onset, status, and progression.
This review summarizes what is known about FGF21 in mice and humans with a special focus on this factor’s role in glucose and lipid metabolism and in metabolic diseases, such as obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus.
This study demonstrates that spheroids in ascites express and secrete FSH, which regulates cancer cell proliferation and spheroidogenesis through Notch signaling, suggesting that FSH is an autocrine regulator of cancer metastasis. Furthermore, Notch and FSHR are potential immunotherapeutic targets for ovarian cancer treatment.