ENDO’s comprehensive program offers attendees the opportunity to learn about the latest developments in hormone science and medicine from renowned investigators, expert clinicians, and educators from all over the world. Join us at ENDO 2019 to get inspired by experts and stay at the forefront of scientific discovery and high-quality patient care.
Your ENDO 2019 Program
The ENDO 2019 Meeting Planner is your one-stop-shop for making the most of your ENDO experience. You can search for sessions by speaker/author, keyword, date, topic, session type, and scientific pathway making it easy to create a customized meeting experience. Be sure to login (in the upper right of the Meeting Planner) to build your daily itinerary, which will also be available on your mobile device once the ENDO 2019 App launches in January.
Our popular Science Pathways are back and have been enhanced to ensure your meeting experience focuses in on the topic area you need. These special “meeting within a meeting” tracks integrate focused discussions, poster sessions, and networking opportunities providing you with an ideal way to surround yourself with the latest research. This year’s pathways will cover Neuroendocrinology, Nuclear Receptors and Gene Regulation, and Reproductive Endocrinology.
Utilizing Big Data in Science and Clinical Care Cori Bargmann, PhD, Rockefeller University, New York, NY, and head of the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative’s science work Robert Califf, MD, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC, and former FDA Commissioner
Pan American Neuroendocrine Society Meeting 2019 Our inaugural PANS2019 meeting will focus on four integrated topics that cross traditional neuroendocrine boundaries including: epigenetic regulation of endocrine signaling; functional investigation of neuroendocrine circuits; circadian and metabolic control of neuroendocrine function; and neuroinflammation and neural injury in neuroendocrine states. Without a doubt, this will be the event of the year for neuroendocrinologists. Learn more at paneuroendo.org.
Friday, March 22, 2019
Early Career Forum (8:00 AM–6:00 PM) Designed exclusively for students and fellows, this interactive forum provides a robust schedule of career development sessions in both basic science and clinical endocrinology. Hear from distinguished scientists and clinicians as they share advice and perspectives on career choices and the importance of building a strong career strategy to get you where you want to be.
Implications of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome for Pregnancy and for the Health of Offspring
Intergenerational Associations of Chronic Disease and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Is Associated with Adverse Mental Health and Neurodevelopmental Outcomes
Does Maternal Androgen Exposure and Diet-Induced Obesity Increase the Susceptibility of Transgenerational Disease?
The meeting will finish with a debate and audience discussion of the motion: "Is maternal metabolic disease the risk factor for intergenerational transmission of PCOS?" Learn more at ae-society.org.
Introductory Hands-On Thyroid Ultrasound Workshop (7:30 AM–1:30 PM) The introductory thyroid ultrasound workshop is designed to introduce participants to the use of ultrasound in diagnosing thyroid nodules and performing ultrasound-guided fine-needle aspirations. After multiple presentations, participants move to a hands-on session where faculty will guide them through ultrasound techniques on simulated nodules. Limited seating. Register early. The workshop is eligible for up to 5.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and 5.75 ABIM MOC credits. ECNU Credits are pending approval. A separate registration is required for this event.
Advanced Hands-On Thyroid Ultrasound Workshop (7:30 AM–5:15 PM) Take your ultrasound skills to the next level by attending the advanced Thyroid Ultrasound Workshop. Designed for practitioners experienced in performing thyroid ultrasonography, the comprehensive workshop will focus on recent advances in diagnosing thyroid nodules and the use of ultrasound in examining cervical lymph nodes and parathyroid adenomas. Real-time ultrasound findings of metastatic lymph nodes and parathyroid adenomas will be demonstrated on patient volunteers. Limited seating. Register early. The workshop is eligible for up to 8.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and 8.5 ABIM MOC credits. ECNU Credits are pending approval. A separate registration is required for this event. Prerequisite: The advanced workshop is for physicians already doing thyroid ultrasound or those who have previously participated in the Introductory Hands-on Thyroid Ultrasound Workshop.
American Thyroid Association Symposium 2019: Diagnostic Imaging and Image-Guided Therapies for Thyroid Disease (1:00 PM–5:30 PM) The increasing use of diagnostic imaging has uncovered a large reservoir of previously undetected thyroid nodules and cancer. The escalating prevalence of low risk thyroid cancers coupled with stable mortality rates necessitates an efficient risk stratification system for evaluation of nodular disease. Given the indolent nature of the majority of low risk thyroid cancers and the potential morbidity associated with surgical management, interest in the use of alternative strategies to manage small thyroid cancers has risen. Meanwhile, the incidence of advanced stage thyroid cancer is also increasing, and these patients are at highest risk for recurrence and possibly mortality. Imaging is especially critical in defining the extent of disease for this patient population so that surgery can be appropriately planned to gain the best oncologic outcomes. Through a combination of lectures, panel discussions, and case-based presentations, this course will explore the role of various imaging modalities in the evaluation of patients with thyroid disease and examine the clinical indications for various image-guided therapies for management of thyroid nodules and cancer.
Bioinformatics Workshop: Interactions and Pathways (March 26, 2019, 8:30 AM–2:00 PM) This workshop is aimed at giving scientists training on how to explore and use protein interaction and pathway bioinformatics resources. Attendees will get an in-depth look into the data repositories, resources and tools available and how to both find information on a single molecule and how to build high-quality networks to enable network analysis. The workshop is tailored to postdoctoral fellows and research investigators looking to build networks prior to omics data analysis, or to better understand the biology of their favorite gene(s) or protein(s). A separate registration is required for this event.