Research Policy & Advocacy | Endocrine Society

Research Policy & Advocacy

improving policies that affect endocrine scientists and the conduct of research

Endocrine researchers study complex biological systems and hormonal pathways that affect all parts of the human body with implications for numerous diseases and conditions.  The Endocrine Society works with the federal government, research funding agencies, and regulatory bodies to advance progress in biomedical research and the ensure that the latest findings from endocrine scientists are incorporated into research strategic plans.

Position Statements

At the Endocrine Society, we are concerned about a number of critical policy issues. Our goals are to ensure that the full body of research available is available to policy makers and to affect positive change by advocating for increased research and updated regulatory processes. To learn and read about all of our position statements, please visit our page here


Progress and New National Institutes of Health Policies

Research day


Resources

Health Disparities in Endocrine Disorder: Biological, Clinical, and Nonclinical Factors 

Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB)

FASEB—Science Policy & Research Issues


Policy Communications

In advocating for research we send a variety of policy communication including advocacy letters, both our own and as part of coalitions. We also provide testimony and friend of the court briefs. All of these communications can be found on our News & Advocacy page or below.

Take Action

Make Your Voice Heard

Take Action
Join us in lending your voice to our online advocacy to support our policy priorities, endocrinology, and science. Contact your U.S representatives or European Members of Parliament through our online platform. Take action and make a difference today.

Join us in lending your voice to our online advocacy to support our policy priorities, endocrinology, and science. Contact your U.S representatives or European Members of Parliament through our online platform. Take action and make a difference today.

Member Spotlight

A Mouse in One Hand and a Pipet in the Other

Maria Ines PerezMillan
"The ENDO meetings consistently help me achieve my research plans by permitting me to participate in exceptional international meetings, to exchange ideas, and provide an opportunity to collaborate within the international scientific community, and to acquire advanced technologies."

Maria Ines Perez-Millan, PhD

"The ENDO meetings consistently help me achieve my research plans by permitting me to participate in exceptional international meetings, to exchange ideas, and provide an opportunity to collaborate within the international scientific community, and to acquire advanced technologies."

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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