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Attendee Registration Now Open!

January 12, 2022

Attendee registration for ENDO 2022 is now open! Taking place in Atlanta, GA and online June 11-14, ENDO is the premier meeting in endocrine care and science. Take advantage of our early bird pricing and reserve your space at the best rates possible today.

Meetings & Events

Submit Your Science!

November 04, 2021

Our window for submitting scientific abstracts for ENDO 2022 is now open! Sharing your research with the larger scientific and medical community helps gain exposure for you and your work and ultimately moves the collective needle forward in hormone science and patient care. We are extending our deadline for ENDO 2022 submissions to Monday, January 24 at 1:00 PM EST.


Research Experiences for Graduate and Medical Students

January 05, 2021

As previous awardees can attest, REGMS is a great opportunity for those planning a career in endocrine research. The program provides students with opportunities to receive expert advice from mentors, engage in research taking place in global laboratories, build professional networks, and develop skills that will advance their careers. Apply by January 31.


Advocacy in Action

January 20, 2022

This week we joined an amicus brief to educate a U.S. Appeals Court on our guidelines for transgender health. We also garnered various media responses to our recently released policy perspective outlining impacts of racism on endocrine health disparities.


Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Resources

August 24, 2021

Join us on Wednesday, January 26 for Reducing Health Disparities: Addressing Disparities in Obesity. This webinar will explore the nature and extent of disparities in obesity affecting minority communities, community specific programs as treatment models to reduce disparities in these populations, and health equity best practices to identify actions to address obesity disparities. Register to join us.

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

Endocrine Society statement addresses racism in endocrinology

January 13, 2022

The Endocrine Society calls for policies to address racial and ethnic inequities in the endocrine workforce and in access to care, the Society said in a perspective published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.

Media registration open for ENDO 2022

January 12, 2022

Members of the media can now register to cover the latest advances in hormone health and science at ENDO 2022, the Endocrine Society’s annual meeting being held on June 11-14 in Atlanta, Ga., as well as virtually in our state-of-the-art digital platform. The Society’s first-ever hybrid annual meeting will give colleagues the option to experience top-flight educational programming in person as well as reconnect with endocrine colleagues.

Abnormal thyroid hormone levels during pregnancy may increase the risk of preschool boys’ behavioral problems

January 06, 2022

Thyroid hormone levels during pregnancy may predict preschool boys' emotional and behavioral problems, according to a study published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.

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Featured Journal Articles

Glucocorticoid-Induced Fingerprints in VAT

January 18, 2022

This study determines the persistent visceral adipose tissue transcriptomic alterations and epigenetic fingerprints induced by chronic hypercortisolism.

GDF15 in Appetite and Exercise

January 18, 2022

In this review, we discuss the putative physiological implication of exercise-induced GDF15, focusing on the potential impact on appetite and metabolism.

Membrane-Initiated Steroid Receptors Signaling

January 18, 2022

We provide a review and update on the current state of knowledge of membrane-initiated estrogen, androgen, and progesterone receptor signaling, the mechanisms of membrane-associated steroid receptor (SR) potentiation of their nuclear SR homologues, and the importance of this membrane-nuclear SR collaboration in physiology and disease.

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