Hot topics to be discussed at endocrinology event
The biggest developments in endocrinology over the last two years will be discussed at a Royal Society of Medicine event taking place this autumn.
Titled ‘A yearbook in endocrinology: Hot topics and breakthrough papers’, the one-day conference will provide a comprehensive update across the spectrum of endocrinology, including new outcomes from clinical trials, and a new understanding of pathogenetic mechanisms.
Experts in the field will review new research and treatments that have excited them most over the past two years.
It will be held at Royal Society of Medicine, in Wimpole Street, London, on Thursday, September 12.
In addition to the mainstream topics of diabetes, thyroid pathology and pituitary disease, selected specialist topics such as male fertility and Turner Syndrome will be visited by experts in these conditions.
This event is a great opportunity to network with colleagues and take part in an interactive discussion of hot topics.
- Treatment combinations in type 1 diabetes
- New insights into gestational diabetes
- Oestrogen replacements for young women
- Thyroid ultrasound
For more information and to register, click here.