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Endocrine Society Awards Baxter Prize to Daniel J. Drucker

Drucker headshot Researcher Daniel J. Drucker, MD, has been awarded the Endocrine Society’s John D. Baxter Prize for Entrepreneurship for his contributions to diabetes treatment, the Society announced today. Drucker’s research has contributed greatly to the understanding and treatment of diabetes over the last 25 years. He discovered new mechanisms of hormone action enabling the development of...
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ENDO 2020: San Francisco Treats

SanFranLoRez ENDO 2020 is heading west so Endocrine News is hoping to encourage you to attend the most important meeting of endocrinology scientists and clinicians from around the world by tempting you with a few highlights of this year’s host city: San Francisco. San Francisco is known for its cable cars, iconic bridge, and for being...
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EndoBridge 2019: Seventh Year of Solidarity in the World of Hormones

EB 2019 LOGO The seventh annual meeting of EndoBridge® took place October 24-27, 2019 in Antalya, Turkey, co-hosted by the Endocrine Society and European Society of Endocrinology in collaboration with the Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism of Turkey. The meeting was held in English with simultaneous translation into Russian, Arabic, and Turkish and accredited by the European Accreditation...
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Endocrine Society Honors Endocrinology Field’s Leaders with 2020 Laureate Awards

The Endocrine Society has chosen 13 leading endocrinologists as winners of its prestigious 2020 Laureate Awards, the top honors in the field.   These professionals have achieved breakthroughs in scientific discoveries and clinical care benefiting people with hundreds of conditions, including diabetes, thyroid disorders, obesity, hormone-related cancers, growth problems, osteoporosis, and infertility.  Established in 1944, the Society’s Laureate Awards recognize the highest achievements in the...
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Sharing & Caring: Endocrine Society Hosts Primary Care Collaboration Roundtable

primary care roundtable group shot The Endocrine Society last Wednesday hosted stakeholders representing each of the nation’s major primary care associations for a roundtable aimed at identifying the best ways to collaborate – sharing resources and supporting one another in order to improve patient care. Representatives from six medical associations – the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), the American...