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The European Society of Endocrinology, the voice for endocrinology. At the centre of Europe's endocrine community.
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ESEndocrinology_ESE Jan 24
Attend the joint meeting of ESE Nurses, Czech Republic Endocrine Nurses and Patient Group Representatives on 23 May to network with colleagues and share expertise to help improve patient care. Registration rates are reduced if you are attending ECE 2020.
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Endocrine-Related Cancer Jan 23
Did you know that as a member of you can both publish for free in and view all of its content for free as well? Find out more on subscription, here:
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ESEndocrinology_ESE Jan 23
is currently recruiting for a new Editor-in-Chief with the term beginning in 2021. Submit an application or recommend to a colleague:
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ESEndocrinology_ESE Jan 22
Society-owned, open-access journal, is recruiting for a new Editor-in-Chief. This is open to field researchers with existing editorial board experience. View the full details or recommend to a colleague:
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ESE_President Jan 21
Good news from ! It will be a pleasure to host in Prague 2020 the new generation of German and celebrate together the year of
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ESEndocrinology_ESE Jan 21
If your submitted abstract for is accepted, you are eligible to apply for our basic science and meeting grants that provide funding to help with registration, travel or accommodation costs.
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ESEndocrinology_ESE Jan 20
Submit your abstracts for the chance to present your work at on 23-26 May in Prague. Deadline is 3 Febrauary.
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EndocrineOfTomorrow Jan 18
Keeping up with the world !! You don’t want to miss News winter issue 🎉
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ESEndocrinology_ESE Jan 19
Time is running out to register for the ESE Postgraduate Training Course on Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism in Tbilisi on 19-22 March. Early bird deadline is tomorrow.
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ESEndocrinology_ESE Jan 18
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Cronycle Jan 17
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ESEndocrinology_ESE Jan 16
Showing extra compassion could help lower your child’s stress levels, according to this study.
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IPWSO Jan 14
INfoRMEd-PWS and will be organizing an International Meeting on on May 22 – 23, 2020, preceding the European Congress of Endocrinology. To register see:
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ESE_President Jan 14
Very good choice and well deserved honour and recognition
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ESEndocrinology_ESE Jan 14
Could 3D printing human ovaries help treat fertility problems and restore hormone levels in women?
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ESEndocrinology_ESE Jan 13
Don’t forget to submit your abstracts for before 3 February. Please be aware of fraudulent websites and only register and book accommodation through the official ECE website.
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ESEndocrinology_ESE Jan 9
BEWARE: There are fraudulent websites offering accommodation and registration for . Please only use the official ECE website.
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ESEndocrinology_ESE Jan 9
Don’t forget to register for the ESE Postgraduate Training Course on Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism in Tbilisi on 19-22 March. Early bird deadline is 20 January.
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Punith Kempegowda Jan 7
Poor & disrupted sleep further worsen metabolic dysfunction in PCOS & obesity.Take home message: assess sleep as part of PCOS workup.
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ESEndocrinology_ESE Jan 8
Exposure to a common chemical in beauty products while pregnant may alter thyroid hormone levels and reduce motor skills in daughters.
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