Endocrine News

December 2019

December 02, 2019

Here are some of the things you should be reading in this issue of Endocrine News.

EUREKA! The Year’s Biggest Discoveries in Endoctrine Science.—For the fifth year running, Endocrine News talks to editors from Endocrine Society journals to get the scoop on the top endocrine discoveries of 2019.

ENDO 2020: San Francisco Treats—ENDO 2020 is heading west so Endocrine News is hoping to encourage you to attend the most important meeting of endocrinology scientists and clinicians from around the world by tempting you with a few highlights of this year’s host city: San Francisco.

Shooting Stars: How the Endocrine Society’s FLARE Program Has Changed the Face of Endocrinology—The Endocrine Society’s Future Leaders Advancing Research in Endocrinology program — better known as FLARE — has not only enriched the Society by increasing underrepresented minority participation, but it has changed the face of the field of endocrinology in the U.S.

The Challenge of Postprandial Glucose Management in Diabetes —Many questions remain about the best ways to limit glucose levels after meals, but patients can implement a few simple changes that should help.

Lab Notes—Endocrine News talks with Laura Alonso, MD, from Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYorkPresbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center where she discusses research funding and how she hopes her research improves the lives of patients with diabetes.

And so much more.

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