Ready to Reconnect: ENDO 2022 Offers New Opportunities to Interact with Endocrine Community

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After three years, we are finally on the verge of reuniting face-to-face as a community. I cannot wait to see many of you in Atlanta next month for ENDO 2022.

While I am excited to catch up in person with those who travel to Atlanta June 11-14, we are committed to learning from and improving how we gather responsibly and inclusively as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our reliance on virtual technologies has helped us to bridge greater geographic distances and connect more frequently with each other worldwide. We will put that knowledge to work at ENDO 2022 by offering our inaugural hybrid meeting, where you can select the experience that makes the most sense for your individual needs.

Hear directly from leading professors and clinicians as they delve into a variety of topics across a robust array of endocrine debates, career development workshops, symposia, and product theaters.

More than 100 sessions will be available on site and virtually, offering plenty of opportunities to access a variety of content that interests you. Those of you joining us on site in Atlanta will have access to an additional 70 sessions delivered to in-person participants. ENDO 2022 will open with the Presidential Plenary focusing on emerging type 1 diabetes research. Matthias Hebrok, PhD, will explore the possibilities of stem cell-generated beta cells, and Moshe Phillip, MD, will discuss his work on the artificial pancreas.

The event will kick off a stellar plenary line-up, including sessions on health equity, intersex and transgender athletes, cardiovascular health in women, cancer, and fertility and reproduction. I am eager to hear directly from noteworthy speakers including Nobel Prize winner Gregg Semenza, MD, PhD, who will be speaking about hypoxia regulation of metabolism and stem cell phenotypes in breast cancer.

Hear directly from leading professors and clinicians as they delve into a variety of topics across a robust array of endocrine debates, career development workshops, symposia, and product theaters.

ENDO 2022 will feature new opportunities to interact with the latest breakthroughs in our field.

Access digital posters and review recommended content at the touch of a button, whether you attend the meeting virtually or in person. Twelve digital poster pods in the ENDOExpo will be filled with monitors where you can access posters digitally using sophisticated search options. These pods also will play host to daily Rapid Fire Presentations from the authors of award-winning and top-scoring abstracts.

The Basic Science Pavilion will offer basic researchers a dedicated on-site space for learning and networking tailored specifically to their needs. The Pavilion will house a social lounge as well as the Basic Science Pathway sessions and will play host to two Basic Science Receptions on Saturday and Monday events, making it the ideal space to connect with others and discuss your passion for research.

Our ENDOExpo will once again offer you the opportunity to meet directly with exhibitors to discuss new products and technologies in the field. In addition to a variety of booths and product theaters, the ENDOExpo will host our new Communications & Career Center. The Triple C will provide resources to help you advance your career. Society leaders and volunteers will share the latest news about our initiatives and programs in the Triple C’s presentation area.

After so many months of connecting on computer screens, we can reconnect with long-time friends and meet new ones.

For those joining us in Atlanta, I look forward to catching up with you at our brand new All-Attendee Social on Sunday, June 12. Meeting attendees and exhibitors will be able to mix and mingle at this fun, happy-hour style affair. After so many months of connecting on computer screens, we can reconnect with long-time friends and meet new ones.

Whether you prefer to access our virtual platform or join us in-person in Atlanta, make sure you take advantage of all ENDO 2022 has to offer. I look forward to greeting you at the seminal meeting in hormone health and science.

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