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ENDO 2019: An ENDO Gumbo in New Orleans

Scientists and clinicians descended upon the Crescent City in anticipation of being a part of the biggest endocrinology meeting in the world. From the latest research from the labs to the newest patient therapies, ENDO 2019 had something for everyone, all set against the backdrop of one of the country’s most culturally rich cities.   Depending...
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ENDO 2019: Teresa Woodruff Charts the History of Reproductive Transplants in Sawin Lecture

teresa in the lab The 2019 Delbert A. Fisher Award recipient is Teresa K. Woodruff, PhD, dean of The Graduate School and Chief of Reproductive Biology Research in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northwestern University in Chicago. Each year, the Delbert A. Fisher Research Scholar Award provides a $2,000 honorarium to a scholar demonstrating exceptional work in...
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ENDO 2019 Recap: Latin American Leadership Academy Debuts in New Orleans

On March 22, 2019 through an unprecedented partnership with and between six Sanofi offices across Latin America (Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Pacific and Caribbean, Peru and Uruguay) the Endocrine Society hosted its first Latin American (LATAM) Leadership Academy. Sixty-two clinicians from over 15 countries across South America, Central America, and the Caribbean took part in a...
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A Rainbow Coalition: LGBTQ+ Outreach Debuts at ENDO 2019

Bruno A new initiative from the Endocrine Society’s Committee on Diversity & Inclusion reached out to LGBTQ+ members with an inaugural reception that debuted at ENDO 2019. In New Orleans, the strains of jazz mingle with the sumptuous scents of award-winning chefs on virtually every corner. However, when ENDO 2019 was in town, there was a...
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Advocacy in Action: Obamacare, Drug Pricing, and More

capitolhill Here is a quick run down of major issues being discussed by policymakers from an endocrine perspective and the Society’s current advocacy work. Let us know if you would like additional information or have any questions. What’s Happening in Washington Appropriations & NIH Funding: Good News/Bad News—This week House Appropriations Committee reported out the Labor-HHS...
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The Endocrine Society Celebrates A Quarter Century of Diversity

FLARE Goup w Faculty From the 1990s to now, the Endocrine Society has made great strides in creating a professional home for all. Endocrine News takes a look back at the evolution of the Society’s Committee on Diversity and Inclusion and how it has steadily grown throughout the years.   In the early 1990s, Thomas Landefeld’s, PhD, involvement in...