Endocrine Networks

About Endocrine Networks

The Society for Endocrinology’s Endocrine Networks provide a dedicated forum in major areas of endocrinology. Each network enables members with similar interests to come together, share best practice and ideas and find solutions to the challenges they face within a focused environment.

Endocrine networks:

  • offer greater opportunities to share best practice and increased networking for members
  • provide a framework to come together in a dedicated community
  • promote interdisciplinary interests within the Society
  • increase the profile of endocrinology as a speciality
  • benefit from central funding created to support Endocrine Network activity

Full remit for the Endocrine Networks (pdf) (98kb)

Endocrine Network in Reproductive Endocrinology and Biology (ENREB)

The Society for Endocrinology is pleased to announce that the first Endocrine Network has been founded in Reproductive Endocrinology and Biology. The network leads will be Professor Stephen Franks (Imperial College London, UK) and Dr Andrew Childs (Royal Veterinary College, UK).

The aim of this network is to bring reproductive endocrinology to the forefront of the Society for Endocrinology’s activities. This broad-based network, will aim to meet the needs of members within this field by providing and feeding into Society scientific meetings and providing a platform for collaborative research and practice for basic and clinical researchers, clinical endocrinologists and endocrine nurses.

Read the successful ENREB application (pdf)

Proposing an Endocrine Network

If you would like to form a new Endocrine Network, please register your interest by downloading and completing the proposal form (doc) (1.43mb) and submit to Dr Kate Bowman, Society for Endocrinology Professional Affairs Officer.