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Endocrine Society Journals Remain Premier Venue for Publishing Endocrine Research

Hammes-ENDO 2022RESIZED Year after year, I am continually impressed with the quality and quantity of research that is published in the Society’s suite of scientific journals. As the former co-editor-in-chief, with Andrea Gore, of the Society’s basic science flagship journal Endocrinology, and editor-in-chief of the Society’s other previous basic science journal, Molecular Endocrinology, I was privileged to...
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Harnessing the Power of Professional Development

Hammes-ENDO 2022RESIZED The start of a new year offers an ideal time to reflect on our career goals and what we need to do to achieve them. As your professional home, the Endocrine Society offers a myriad of opportunities to help build your CV and advance your career. This is an ideal time to register for our...
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Identifying Strategies to Address Burnout

Hammes-ENDO 2022RESIZED Like many of you, one factor that sparked my love of endocrine science and clinical care was observing firsthand my mentors’ passion for the subject.  In fact, I can say without a doubt that a month on the inpatient service at the San Francisco VA Hospital with Dolores Shoback was the turning point that steered...
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Laureate Awards Showcase Our Field’s Top Talent

Hammes-ENDO 2022RESIZED The prestigious endocrine researchers and clinicians honored with our 2024 Laureate Awards represent the best and brightest in our field. Our Laureate Award winners also demonstrate the way endocrinology and the Endocrine Society transcend borders. The honorees hail from six countries and four continents. We are proud to recognize outstanding researchers and clinicians in Argentina,...
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Meet New Endocrine Society President, Stephen Hammes, MD, PhD

Hammes-ENDO 2022RESIZED The Endocrine Society is pleased to welcome its president for 2023 – 2024, Stephen Hammes, MD, PhD, who took office during ENDO 2023 in Chicago. Hammes is the Louis S. Wolk Distinguished Professor of Medicine, chief of the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, and executive vice-chair of the Department of Medicine at the University of...
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Endocrine Society Attracts Major Headlines

UrsulaKaiserHeadshotENDO2022 I’m so proud of the news presence the Society has built and the coverage we have had over the last few months related to our Obesity Science Writers Conference and our advocacy efforts. We are regularly featured in the news for our research and advocacy. Reporters rely on our members’ expertise on various endocrine health...
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Championing the Development of Early-Career Members

UrsulaKaiserHeadshotENDO2022 One of the most rewarding aspects of our work is mentoring the next generation of endocrine researchers and clinicians. It is so gratifying to see promising young professionals establishing productive careers in our field. We have several initiatives underway to support professionals entering the field. Next month, we will host workshops for promising researchers and...