Advocacy

October 15, 2020

The Endocrine Society influences a wide range of policies affecting endocrine-related research and practice. Read about our latest efforts in the weekly Advocacy in Action and learn how you can take action in our advocacy efforts.

 


“The Society has made it really easy to get involved in advocacy.”  
Dr. Joanna Spencer-Segal, Endocrine Society Member

 

Action Alert: Urge Congress to Reauthorize SDP & Fund NIH

It is critical that all members of Congress hear from YOU, their constituents, about the need to reauthorize SDP and the importance of supplemental funding for biomedical research. Learn more and take action today.

Advocacy in Action

Image Endocrine Society members Drs. Teresa Woodruff (far left) and Hadine Joffe (far right) presented the importance of women's health research at a briefing on Capitol Hill along with NIH Director of the Office of Research on Women's Health, Dr. Janine A. Clayton (middle)
Image Endocrine Society members (left to right) Drs. Joshua Joseph, Shana McCormack, and Anita Bansal on Capitol Hill advocating for biomedical research funding
Image Endocrine Society member Dr. Alvin C. Powers is sworn in to testify about rising insulin prices
Image The Endocrine Society participated in the annual Rally for Medical Research to urge Congress to increase funding for the NIH and biomedical research
Image Endocrine Society members (left to right) Drs. Mario Oyola, Benson Akingbemi, Heather Patisaul and Endocrine Society staff Grace Kranstover on Capitol Hill to advocate for NIH funding
Image Endocrine Society members Dr. Maria Flesiru (in red) and Dr. Paula Amato (far right) on Capitol Hill with other Diabetes Patient Advocacy Coalition (DPAC) members
Image Endocrine Society members traveled to Brussels to meet with EU Parliamentary members to advocate for greater regulation of EDCs. From left to right - Evanthia Diamanti-Kandarakis, Josef Köhrle, Niels Skakkebæk, Linda Fryklund, Jenny Visser, Elizabeth Drury, Rémy Slama
Image Endocrine Society members presented a certificate of appreciation to EU Parliamentary member, Virginjus Sinkevicius for his leadership in regulating EDCs

Please join our advocacy efforts! Your voice is crucial in helping to shape healthcare and research policy around the world. Join us in engaging lawmakers in the United States and European Union:

Learn about our latest policy letters, testimony, and amicus briefs below. 

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Make Your Voice Heard

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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.

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