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Why Present Your Science at ENDO 2023?

November 18, 2022

By Ryan Kerr, Director of Marketing and Communications

Endocrinology is a dynamic field of science. Discoveries made in the lab today become standard therapeutic practices tomorrow. But even the biggest “eureka” breakthroughs need a platform where researchers can tout their findings and seek assessment from their peers.

That’s why we’re proud to offer the premiere venue in the world for presenting endocrine research: the poster exhibition at ENDO!

Our call for abstracts for ENDO 2023 has officially begun. We encourage you to submit your abstracts for display at our annual conference, taking place June 15-18, 2023, in Chicago, Illinois. Details can be found in our Abstract Submissions Guidelines, and the deadline for submitting is December 19.

Submitting an abstract at ENDO provides many opportunities for you to raise your profile in the field. 

Abstracts selected for ENDO are published in a supplement to our Open Access publication, Journal of the Endocrine Society (JES), where they’re assigned a DOI and indexed in PubMed and PubMed Central. Outstanding abstracts submitted by in-training fellows and new faculty also are eligible for abstract awards.

In addition, each year, some researchers garner national press attention. Last year, the Society issued more than 30 press releases and held five press conferences where scientists explained the significance of their findings to more than a dozen high-profile reporters attending in-person and virtually. Major media outlets such as The Washington Post, international wire service Reuters, and WebMD have covered ENDO abstracts.

While the individual benefits are significant, the abstract program also helps endocrinology overall.

ENDO abstracts often provide first exposure to fascinating scientific discoveries that lead directly to better health and wellbeing for millions of people who have endocrine conditions. Our members’ research touches on some of the most consequential issues of our day, including diabetes, obesity, reproductive health, and endocrine-disrupting chemicals.

Please take advantage of this opportunity to share your work with our field. We’ll see you in Chicago!

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