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Join our global community of endocrine researchers and practitioners in our movement to improve human health worldwide.

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Take advantage of our exclusive resources and networking opportunities, including world-class scientific journals; savings up to $824 on registration for Clinical Endocrinology Update (CEU) and Endocrine Board Review (EBR), opportunities to present your research at ENDO, the world's largest event for presenting and obtaining the latest in endocrine science and medicine; and many more.

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Membership Eligibility & Fees*

  • Full Member: Basic Scientist, Clinical Scientist, Physician-in-Practice $349 US, $419 international; $90/$70 developing country, depending upon World-Bank classification
  • Early Career Member: 1-3 years post-training as a Basic Scientist, Clinical Scientist, Physician-in-Practice $179 US and international; $60/$50 developing country, depending upon World-Bank classification
  • In-Training Associate Member: student, resident, or fellow $39 US and international; $30/$25 developing country, depending upon World-Bank classification
  • Associate Member: industry, research or healthcare professional without a doctoral degree $239 US and international; $90/$70 developing country, depending upon World-Bank classification
  • Emeritus: Emeritus status is granted to members in good standing, upon retirement and with at least 40 years of Society Membership prior to requesting Emeritus status and/or members with an incapacitating condition. Please email [email protected] to request this status.
  • Retired: Retired membership is available to members who are 70 years or older, have retired and have been Society members for at least 10 years. Please email [email protected] to request a Retired Membership application.

See the complete developing country list. Download a developing country PDF application form if you prefer to pay via check.

Refund/Return Policy

The Endocrine Society does not extend refunds, nor does it transfer payments for Society membership dues, journal subscription fees, or payments for any other Society publications. Changes to member type must be requested by January 31 in the year of current membership. The Endocrine Society does not refund the difference in membership dues paid by individuals who fail to provide proof of In-Training, Early Career, or Associate status at the time of their application or renewal.

*Membership is based on the calendar year. The membership term begins on January 1 and ends on December 31.

Member Spotlight

Advocating for Better Policies and Regulations

Barbara Demeneix, B.Sc., PhD, D.Sc
Professor Demeneix has been a tireless scientist and advocate for more protective policies that will improve public and ecological health.  We thank her for her leadership and dedication!

Barbara Demeneix, BSc, PhD, DSc

Professor Demeneix has been a tireless scientist and advocate for more protective policies that will improve public and ecological health.  We thank her for her leadership and dedication!

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We hope our educational courses, content and online communities can help us all feel a little more connected to each other. Become a member today so we can better support you while we work together during these unprecedented times.

We hope our educational courses, content and online communities can help us all feel a little more connected to each other. Become a member today so we can better support you while we work together during these unprecedented times.

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