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EBR 2020 is Complete

The live component of Endocrine Board Review (EBR) 2020 has ended. Registrants can access all educational content in our virtual meeting platform through October 31, 2020.

Sad you missed this year's virtual program? You can purchase the hard copy of Endocrine Board Review 12th Edition (2020) in our online store. The bundle containing the book as well as the session recordings will be available for purchase in early October 2020.

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    ENDO 2021 Format Announcement

    After thoughtful deliberation regarding COVID-19 and the current landscape for in-person events, we have decided to shift ENDO 2021 to a fully virtual format taking place March 20-23.

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    Join Us at Our Virtual Career Fair

    To help job seekers find new opportunities during this difficult time, we are hosting a Virtual Career Fair on September 24, 5:00–8:00 PM EDT. This is a unique opportunity to make connections with recruiters across the country. Registration is complimentary and required to participate.

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    Expert Endocrine Consult

    In an effort to broaden the usefulness of Journal of the Endocrine Society (JES) to endocrine fellows and practicing clinicians, we are now introducing a new venue for teaching and learning: Expert Endocrine Consult.

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Community Connect

Community Connect is Endocrine Society’s exclusive online community where you can network, talk to experts, join a conversation with people who share your interests, and find what you need throughout your membership journey. Learn, share ideas, and be heard on Community Connect now!

Community Connect is Endocrine Society’s exclusive online community where you can network, talk to experts, join a conversation with people who share your interests, and find what you need throughout your membership journey. Learn, share ideas, and be heard on Community Connect now!

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Remembering Jean E. Rivier, PhD (1941 – 2019)

Jean E. Rivier, PhD
Always a chemist at heart, Jean developed novel strategies to understand how the chemical structure of peptides controlled their biological activity, including the incorporation of a cornucopia of novel unnatural amino acids, a great many of which were invented in his lab.

Always a chemist at heart, Jean developed novel strategies to understand how the chemical structure of peptides controlled their biological activity, including the incorporation of a cornucopia of novel unnatural amino acids, a great many of which were invented in his lab.

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Join us in lending your voice to our online advocacy to support our policy priorities, endocrinology, and science. Contact your U.S representatives or European Members of Parliament through our online platform. Take action and make a difference today.

Join us in lending your voice to our online advocacy to support our policy priorities, endocrinology, and science. Contact your U.S representatives or European Members of Parliament through our online platform. Take action and make a difference today.

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Up, Up, and Away: How Drones Could Revolutionize Insulin Delivery

Drones deliver insulin.
Drones have delivered medications and other medical supplies to people in underdeveloped areas, but what of their use in times of disaster or even a pandemic to patients with chronic conditions such as diabetes? A multidisciplinary team has taken the first step to achieving insulin delivery via drone.

Drones have delivered medications and other medical supplies to people in underdeveloped areas, but what of their use in times of disaster or even a pandemic to patients with chronic conditions such as diabetes? A multidisciplinary team has taken the first step to achieving insulin delivery via drone.

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Research on Brain Physiology and Behavior

Dr. Hanchate’s pioneering studies using advanced single cell genomic methods provided novel insights into the developmental mechanisms that shape the sense of smell.

Naresh Hanchate, PhD

Dr. Hanchate’s pioneering studies using advanced single cell genomic methods provided novel insights into the developmental mechanisms that shape the sense of smell.

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immuno-endocrinology
Read our special collections of Endocrine Society journal articles, curated by topic, Altmetric Attention Scores, and Featured Article designations.

Read our special collections of Endocrine Society journal articles, curated by topic, Altmetric Attention Scores, and Featured Article designations.

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