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Advance Your Career by Volunteering

UrsulaKaiserHeadshotENDO2022 As we each consider how to make the most of 2023, I hope you will take a few moments to ponder your role in the Endocrine Society and ways to maximize your membership. Getting involved in our activities can be very rewarding, both personally and professionally. In the past two decades, I have been fortunate...
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Taking Stock of Our Achievements

UrsulaKaiserHeadshotENDO2022 After the stress of the past two years, 2022 felt like we were starting back into the world again. Despite ongoing pandemic pressures at work and home, we came together as a community this year to advance science and make a difference for patients. We have so much to celebrate — our first in-person annual...
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The Endocrine Society’s Ongoing Diabetes Advocacy

UrsulaKaiserHeadshotENDO2022 November is Diabetes Awareness Month, an important opportunity to raise awareness about the challenges facing over 37 million people who live with diabetes in the U.S. I am proud of the Endocrine Society’s work advocating for improved prevention, more research, greater access, and lower insulin costs, as well as our contributions to sharing the latest...
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Meet New Endocrine Society President Ursula B. Kaiser, MD

UrsulaKaiserHeadshotENDO2022 The Endocrine Society is pleased to welcome its president for 2022 – 2023, Ursula B. Kaiser, MD, who took office during ENDO 2022 in Atlanta, Ga. A physician-scientist, Kaiser is chief of the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Hypertension; George W. Thorn, MD, Distinguished Chair in Endocrinology; and director of the Brigham Research Institute at...
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A Look Back at an Unforgettable Term

Version 2 Although my presidential term has been 15 months, instead of the typical 12 months (due to ENDO moving from March to June this year), I have to say that this year has flown by. And I couldn’t be prouder and more pleased with how we have created opportunities out of challenges and how we have...
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Introducing JCEM Case Reports and its Inaugural Editor-in-Chief

Version 2 The publication of peer-reviewed journals is an integral part of the Endocrine Society’s mission to unite, lead, and grow the global community of researchers, educators, and practitioners in endocrinology. This is an endeavor that can only be accomplished when that same community — our community — vigorously participates in the Society’s journals as authors, editors,...