The Endocrine Society is a proud Supporter of the 8th Great Lakes Nuclear Receptor Conference (GLNRC) taking place October 18–19, 2018 in Minneapolis, MN.

The Society is extending the following support for this year’s conference:

  • Endocrine Society Excellence in Research Travel Award: Five $1,000 travel awards will be granted with complimentary registration to ENDO 2019.
  • Invitation to one GLNRC Poster Award Winner (selected by GLNRC faculty) to compete at the ENDO 2019 Knock Out Rounds.
  • A 50% discount on 2019 Endocrine Society Membership for new Endocrine Society members. Use promo code GLNRC18 at checkout.
  • Nuclear Receptor Biology Thematic Issue: Curation of previously-published Nuclear Receptor (NR) papers in Endocrine Society journals, and promotion of NR-focused research.
  • Expedited peer review process for GLNRC attendees who submit an article to Endocrinology and Journal of the Endocrine Society (JES) within three months following the Conference. Join our Early Career Reviewer initiative and gain additional peer review experience.
  • Assistance to GLNRC organizers in publishing a “Reports and Recommendation” article in Endocrinology or JES to provide a summary of the Conference proceedings.
  • Article in Endocrine News highlighting the work of Basic Scientists showcased at GLNRC.
  • Endocrine News Podcast that discusses Nuclear Receptors and Transcriptional Regulation.

GLNRC Attendees – Join the Endocrine Society Today!

By becoming a member of the Endocrine Society, you become a part of a prestigious network of investigators committed to advancing endocrine science.

As an exclusive offer to GLNRC attendees, new members who join by November 30 will receive 50% off a 2019 membership! Use promo code GLNRC18 at checkout.

Special Rates for GLNRC Attendees

  • Full Member: $160
  • Early Career Member: $80
  • In-Training Member: $15
  • Associate Member: $110

Endocrine News Podcast - Nuclear Receptors and Transcriptional Regulation

In this episode of the Endocrine News Podcast we talk about nuclear receptor biology with Laurel Coons, first author of an Endocrinology article on hormone-mediated enhancer activation.