Endocrine Society Members Join Rally for Medical Research

On September 14, members of the Endocrine Society joined over 400 research advocates in Washington, D.C., to visit members of Congress and call for increased funding for biomedical research as part of the Rally for Medical Research. Endocrine Society members Heather Patisaul, PhD, Benson Tokunbo Akingbemi, PhD, DVM, T. Rajendra Kumar, PhD, MSC, and Lindsey...

Endocrine Society’s Diabetes Briefing on Capitol Hill “Goes to the Dogs”

advocacydog3 On September 14, the Endocrine Society hosted a briefing on Capitol Hill titled “Diabetes in America: Research Accomplishments and Clinical Challenges,” sponsored by Rep. Buddy Carter (R-GA). The briefing featured presentations from Judith Fradkin, MD, of the National Institutes of Health, who shared accomplishments in diabetes research; Shivani Agarwal, MD, MPH, of the University of...

Endocrine Society Members Participated in FDA Hypoglycemia Workshop

On Sept. 12, Endocrine Society members Rob Lash, MD, and David Aron, MD, took part in a public workshop devoted to hypoglycemia in older adults sponsored by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Aron was part of a panel that discussed current hypoglycemia medication safety efforts.  Lash, chair of the Society’s Clinical Affairs Core...

Endocrine Society Joins Hurricane Relief Efforts

Over the past two weeks, the Endocrine Society has been working the Diabetes Emergency Relief Coalition (DERC), led by the American Diabetes Association and JDRF, to ensure diabetes supplies reach those affected by Hurricane Harvey. So far, the effort has delivered over 3,700 pounds of diabetes supplies to the Houston area; additional supplies are being...

Join Your Colleagues & Advocate for Your Endocrine Research!

As the U.S. government approaches the new fiscal year (FY), beginning October 1, ongoing congressional battles over the budget are causing a great deal of uncertainty regarding the funding outlook for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and other federal agencies and programs in FY 2018. In August, Congress left for their summer recess without...

Endocrine Society Joins Effort to Get September Named PCOS Month

The Endocrine Society and its patient education arm, the Hormone Health Network, have joined with other associations, members of Congress, and PCOS Challenge: The National Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Association to designate September as Polycistic Ovary Syndrome Month. PCOS Challenge worked with Congressman David Scott (D-GA-13) and 20 other leaders in the U.S. House of Representatives...

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