Chevy Chase, MDA new major collaborative partnership among international hormone health organizations will help promote endocrinology on the Indian sub-continent. The Endocrine Society has joined the Endocrine Society of India (ESI), the Society for Endocrinology in the United Kingdom and International Society of Endocrinology (ISE) to host the inaugural International Clinical Update program in Endocrinology (ICUE), February 1-2 in Hyderabad, India.
The ICUE initiative will bring together a wealth of world-renowned experts from across the entire endocrine spectrum, including pediatrics, internal medicine, endocrinology, gynecology, urology, andrology and orthopedics. The event will showcase the best and latest innovations and clinical research while providing delegates with a unique opportunity to network with peers from across the world.
"This meeting is part of a broader effort to bring cutting-edge programming to physicians in India, one of the fastest-growing hubs for scientific and academic research worldwide," said Teresa Woodruff, PhD, president of The Endocrine Society. "Making educational programs accessible to endocrinologists around the world is one of the Society's top initiatives, and the International Clinical Update program promises to be the largest event we've supported in India to date."
The Endocrine Society has collaborated with the Endocrine Society of India and other organizations to host medical education programs in India since 2010.
Leon Heward-Mills, chief executive of the Society for Endocrinology, commented: "We are committed to supporting endocrinologists at every stage of their careers both in the UK and overseas, and we are particularly keen to engage with medical professionals India and South East Asia. As a world leading authority on hormones, we are proud to be involved with this excellent educational event."
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