Research Fellowships & Programs

supporting research and researchers

Navigating careers in science and medicine can be quite challenging for undergraduate, medical, and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, medical fellows, junior faculty, and early career investigators. The Endocrine Society places high priority on helping early career members reach their career goals by offering research fellowships recognizing the early achievements of future endocrinologists.

Summer Research Fellowships

The Endocrine Society offers Summer Research Fellowships to encourage promising undergraduate students, medical students, and first year graduate school students to pursue careers in endocrinology. The Society provides a stipend to each award recipient to participate in research projects under the guidance of a Society member for 8 to 12 weeks during the summer.

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Summer Research Fellowship Excellence in Research Award

The Endocrine Society offers the Summer Research Fellowship: Excellence in Research Award to support the continued research training and career development of SRF alumni. The Society will provide ERA winners with a travel award to ENDO, the annual meeting, where they will present their research in a special Summer Research Fellowship session. The award will include complimentary registration, airfare, lodging, and per diem.

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Future Leaders Advancing Research in Endocrinology

The Future Leaders Advancing Research in Endocrinology (FLARE) program is for basic science, clinical research trainees, and junior faculty from underrepresented minority communities who have demonstrated achievement in endocrine research. FLARE program components provide structured leadership development and in-depth, hands-on training in topics ranging from grantsmanship to lab management.

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Endocrine Society Awards
Member Spotlight

Dogs, Cats, and the Pituitary

ROB FOWKES BSC, PHD, PGCAP, FHEA
"My love for endocrinology only becomes stronger; I start each endocrine course that I teach by telling the students that whether they realize it, they will have an endocrine response to my lectures (love, hate, boredom, nausea)."

ROB FOWKES BSC, PHD, PGCAP, FHEA

"My love for endocrinology only becomes stronger; I start each endocrine course that I teach by telling the students that whether they realize it, they will have an endocrine response to my lectures (love, hate, boredom, nausea)."

Endocrine News Podcast

Advice for Getting Published

Andrea Gore, PhD
Getting published can be a challenging journey. Andrea Gore, Ph.D., from the University of Texas at Austin talks about what makes for a well-written scientific paper and about the peer review process: what to expect and how to understand the feedback from editors.
Endocrine News Podcast

Advice for Getting Published

Getting published can be a challenging journey. Andrea Gore, Ph.D., from the University of Texas at Austin talks about what makes for a well-written scientific paper and about the peer review process: what to expect and how to understand the feedback from editors.

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