Endocrinology Mentor Day Debuts at ENDO 2023

The Endocrine Society will host medical students and residents from the Chicago area at a new special event — Endocrinology Mentor Day (eMD) — at ENDO 2023. This is a pilot program designed to drive medical students’ and residents’ interest in endocrinology and connect them with leaders in the field.

Participants will be matched with an Endocrine Society member as their “mentor.” The mentors will guide the attendees around ENDO, including to an ENDO session, a plenary, and the exhibit hall. Students and residents will also have an opportunity to learn about continuous glucose monitors (CGMs) by attending an interactive session on the device, sponsored by Abbott Pharmaceuticals. All participants will be offered complimentary one-year Endocrine Society membership.

This event is free to medical students and residents in the Chicago area. Additionally, medical school students and residents who are planning to attend ENDO can sign up for eMD and will receive a retroactive discount on their registration for the meeting. 

We encourage all Endocrine Society members to share information about eMD with their networks in the Chicago area and with students or residents who already plan to attend ENDO. Register here.

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