Enable members to share knowledge and best practice to find solutions to challenges within their specialist field.
The networks are a platform for collaboration for basic and clinical researchers, clinical endocrinologists and endocrine nurses. Eight Endocrine Networks have been established, each with a clinical and a science lead.
Adrenal and Cardiovascular
Dr Scott MacKenzie (Glasgow) and Dr Mick O'Reilly (Birmingham)
Bone and Calcium
Professor Jeremy Turner (Norwich) and Dr Caroline Gorvin (Birmingham)
Endocrine Consequences of Living with and Beyond Cancer
Dr Helen Simpson (London) and Dr Claire Higham (Manchester)
Endocrine Neoplasia Syndromes
Dr Paul Newey (Dundee)
Metabolic and Obesity
Dr Barbara McGowan (Guy’s and St Thomas Hospital) and Professor Kevin Murphy (Imperial College, London)
Niki Karavitaki (Birmingham) and Dr Craig Beall (Exeter)
Reproductive Endocrinology and Biology
Dr Andrew Childs (Royal Veterinary College, London) and Dr Kim Jonas (King's College London)
Dr Carla Moran (Cambridge)
Nominate a Network Convenor
New convenors are sought for the following Endocrine Networks with the roles commencing in January 2019 for a period of 4 years. Members may nominate themselves or others using the nomination form below:
- Adrenal and Cardiovascular – 1 clinician vacancy
- Endocrine Neoplasia Syndromes – 1 clinician vacancy and 1 scientist vacancy
- Reproductive Endocrinology and Biology – 1 clinician vacancy
- Thyroid – 1 scientist vacancy
Joining a Network
To join an Endocrine Network, please login to the ‘My profile’ section of Members’ Area and select.
Proposing an Endocrine Network
To propose a new Endocrine Network, please complete the proposal form and return to Rachel Austin, Society Development Manager.