SfE BES 2018 hits the headlines
06 Dec 2018
The high-quality and cutting-edge research presented at SfE BES 2018 attracted plenty of attention from the mainstream and medical media across the globe.
Your Society press office was kept very busy in Glasgow promoting six press releases based on SfE BES 2018 abstracts, and making sure interested journalists had all the information they needed to write accurate and engaging stories.
- ‘Women more resilient to extreme physical activity than previously reported’
- ‘Routine vitamin B12 screening may prevent irreversible nerve damage in type-2 diabetes’
- ‘Good nutrition could protect children from cognitive difficulties caused by early-life stress’
- ‘Antioxidants may prevent cognitive impairment in diabetes’
- ‘Skin inflammation may increase your risk of type-2 diabetes’
- ‘Debate: Is the gut or the brain more important in regulating appetite and metabolism?’
You can also find all SfE BES 2018 abstracts in Endocrine Abstracts.
For any press queries or if you would like to become a Society Media Ambassador and help to provide expert commentary on endocrine-related news stories in the future, please contact the press office at email@example.com.