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Issue 127 Spring 2018

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Taking a closer look: Endocrine Networks

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The Endocrine Networks enable members of the Society for Endocrinology to share knowledge and best practice in order to find solutions to challenges within their specialist field. Seven Endocrine Networks provide a platform for collaboration for basic and clinical researchers, clinical endocrinologists and endocrine nurses.

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NEW ENDOCRINE NETWORK MEETINGS

The Endocrine Networks provided an innovative forum for discussion and collaboration at the Society for Endocrinology BES conference in 2017. These ‘Endocrine Network Research Incubator Meetings’ gave Network members the chance to present their fledgling research ideas to a panel of experts and audience participants. Constructive advice from the experts and suggestions from the audience will help get their new ideas off the ground.

COULD YOU BENEFIT FROM AN ENDOCRINE NETWORKS GRANT?

These grants of up to £5,000 support the activities of Endocrine Network members. You can use them for many activities, such as:

  • Co-ordinating cross-institution and collaborative initiatives, such as grant applications to funding bodies
  • Running an event
  • Employing a local institution member of staff to set up a database

HOW TO APPLY

Applications are accepted throughout the year (there are no deadlines) and must be made via your Endocrine Networks convenor. To contact your convenor, email grants@endocrinology.org. For more information, visit here.

Visit the Endocrine Network webpages for the latest news, events and highlights from your networks. Do you have something to share? Send your suggestions to rachel.austin@endocrinology.org.




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