The Society for Endocrinology
The Society for Endocrinology is a UK- based membership organisation representing a global community of scientists, clinicians and nurses who work with hormones.
Since 1946, it has been a leading voice of endocrinology worldwide. It aims to improve public health by advancing scientific and clinical endocrine education and research.
It also seeks to serve the public interest by engaging patients, policy-makers, educators and the public with hormone science.
The Society currently has about 2,500members and membership is open to anyone anywhere in the world working in an endocrine-related field, at any stage of their career.
The Society's aims are:
- To advance scientific and clinical education and research in endocrinology for the public benefit.
- To attract high quality scientists, doctors and nurses into endocrinology and support their professional development to advance science and medicine
- To engage the public with endocrinology and its impact.
- To raise the profile and be the voice of endocrinology in the UK.
- To promote and support the global endocrine community through collaboration.
The Society has a number of Endocrine Networks that focus on specific aspects of endocrinology; an Early Career group that supports the interests of younger endocrinologists in the early part of their career; and an Endocrine Nurses focus group.
Visit our website: www.endocrinology.org where you can find information on membership of the Society, grants and prizes we offer, the journals we publish, the latest news in endocrinology, education, and careers in endocrinology.