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CEU 2019: Miami Is Beckoning!

Every year, the Endocrine Society holds Clinical Endocrinology Update (CEU), which brings together hundreds of endocrine clinicians for a unique learning experience and opportunities to network with expert faculty and colleagues. Once again, CEU East will be held in Miami, Fla., while CEU West moves up the West Coast to Seattle, Wash., to allow for...
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Christopher Urena Named Endocrine Society’s Chief Learning Officer

The Endocrine Society has hired Christopher Urena, MBA, CAE — a seasoned association executive with more than a decade of leadership experience — as chief learning officer where he will oversee the Society’s education and meeting activities. As chief learning officer, Urena will bring innovative leadership for the identification, development, and evaluation of learning-based education...
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Updated: ENDO 2019: An ENDO Gumbo in New Orleans

EN_0519_US_FINALCOVER150 [Editor’s note: This post has been updated to include the great work of Knock Out Rounds third place winner Loize Marechal, MSc, a PhD student at the University of Montreal, who presented her study on how a sub-optimal womb environment can affect metabolic health.] Scientists and clinicians descended upon the Crescent City in anticipation of being...
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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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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...
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Science News Writer Receives Endocrine Society Journalism Award

Science News health and biomedical reporter Aimee Cunningham received the Endocrine Society’s annual Award for Excellence in Science and Medical Journalism. Cunningham was honored at the Society’s annual meeting in New Orleans, La., for her coverage on hormone replacement for menopausal women. The winning article, “Hormone replacement makes sense for some menopausal women,” was published...