The Endocrine Society
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Mission Statement of The Endocrine Society
The mission of The Endocrine Society is to advance excellence in endocrinology and promote its essential
role as an integrative force in scientific research and medical practice.
THE ENDOCRINE SOCIETY 2010-2011
KELLY E. MAYO, President CAROLE R. MENDELSON, Vice-President—Basic Science
JANET E. HALL, President-Elect NANETTE F. SANTORO, Vice-President—Clinical Science
ROBERT A. VIGERSKY, Past President JOHN C. MARSHALL, Secretary-Treasurer
ALAN D. ROGOL, Vice-President—Physician-in-Practice
PUBLICATIONS CORE COMMITTEE—MARGARET A. SHUPNIK, Chair
COUNCIL—GARY D. HAMMER, JANET E. HALL, JENNIFER L. LARSEN, SUSAN J. MANDEL, JOHN C. MARSHALL,
KELLY E. MAYO, CAROLE R. MENDELSON, ALVIN C. POWERS, ALAN D. ROGOL, NANETTE F. SANTORO,
DOLORES M. SHOBACK, GLORIA S. TANNENBAUM, PETER TRAINER, ROBERT A. VIGERSKY, TERESA WOODRUFF.
EX OFFICIO: JAMES A. FAGIN, SCOTT HUNT, CRAIG E. TAPLIN.
SCOTT HUNT, Executive Director and CEO
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THE ENDOCRINE SOCIETY’S
Compendium of Clinical Practice Guidelines
This collection of clinical practice guidelines provides evidence-based
content on key areas of interest in endocrinology. Each guideline developed
independently by a team of experts was vetted through a rigorous, multi-step,
peer-review process. The Compendium of Clinical Practice Guidelines
offers the following features:
and weakness of the best available evidence using the GRADE system
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CALLING ALL AUTHORS!
Here’s your chance to get in on the ground floor of the newly minted
Hormones & Cancer, published jointly by The Endocrine Society
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Linking the sometimes disparate but often related
fields of endocrinology and oncology:
▶ The journal publishes translational science NEW
▶ Includes basic research on the structure and
function of the endocrine system and cancer
▶ Also includes clinical epidemiology studies
involving endocrine-related cancers
Hormones & Cancer is published 6 times a year and is available
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in Endocrinology & Metabolism
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• Functions as a reading list for students, residents
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An Online Anthology from
The Endocrine Society Journals
Jeffrey D. Blaustein, PhD ISSN 2150-5810
Donald B. DeFranco, PhD
Leonard Wartofsky, MD
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