Member Spotlight

Our member leaders are the heart of our Society. Here is a collection of stories about how our members make a difference – they are leading our journals, advocating for evidence-based policy, championing the profession, and building global networks.
In Endocrine News

Lab Notes Q&A

Laura Alonso, MD
Laura Alonso, MD, from Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center discusses research funding and how she hopes her research improves the lives of patients with diabetes.
In Endocrine News

Lab Notes Q&A

Laura Alonso, MD, from Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center discusses research funding and how she hopes her research improves the lives of patients with diabetes.

In Endocrine News

Member News

Endocrine Society members Cheri L. Deal, MD, and Christopher S. Kovacs, MD, are the co-editors of a new textbook devoted to normal and abnormal endocrinology of pregnant and lactating women as well as the fetus and infant.
In Endocrine News

Member News

Endocrine Society members Cheri L. Deal, MD, and Christopher S. Kovacs, MD, are the co-editors of a new textbook devoted to normal and abnormal endocrinology of pregnant and lactating women as well as the fetus and infant.

Endocrine News Profiles
  • ROB FOWKES BSC, PHD, PGCAP, FHEA
    Endocrine News

    Dogs, Cats, and the Pituitary

    "I wasn’t really very aware of my own … hormones, that is. But by the time I was studying human biology at Oxford Brookes University, I knew that hormones were what I found most interesting, probably because of a combination of having a gun-toting cell physiology professor and a Chilean pharmacologist with a wonderful voice who mesmerized me with talk of catecholamine signaling."

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  • Maria Ines PerezMillan
    Endocrine News

    A Mouse in One Hand and a Pipet in the Other

    "My fascination for the pituitary gland began when I was studying biotechnology at the University of Quilmes in Argentina. One day, I was in physiology class with Dr. Diego Golombek — the best teacher ever — and the topic of the day was 'The Pituitary Gland.' That day I learned how important this tiny gland is to maintain many bodily functions. I also realized how much I love research."

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  • Endocrine News

    Fine Tuning the “Hormonal Symphony”

    "The human body has always captivated me with its delicate manner of maintaining homeostasis while also being able to adjust and adapt to changing circumstances. It was during secondary school that I learned that hormones play an important role in this balance."

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Diabetes 2019

Read our special collection of journal articles focused on diabetes! These were published in 2018-19, with curation guided by Altmetric Attention Score and Feature Article designation.

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