We work with other regional endocrine societies, international organisations and sister societies to advance our mission.

Partnership agreements are defined on an individual basis, depending on the activities of the organization wishing to collaborate with ISE and mutually beneficial agreements that are shaped. We work with our partners on specific projects that will be commonly defined.

We welcome

  • International scientific societies actively concerned with prevention and care of people with endocrine related disorders and conditions, active in more than one country and with at least half its membership base not being from one single country. If you are a federation and some of your members are also our members, joint membership models can be envisaged.
  • International NGO’s concerned with the prevention and care of people with endocrine related disorders and conditions.
  • International Patient groups: international patient support groups and federations, actively concerned with the prevention and care of people with endocrine related disorders and conditions

For more information about partnership opportunities, please contact our Executive Director Helen van Oers at helen(at)

Regional Partners

  • Federación Latinoamerica de Endocrinología (FELAEN)

    The Latin American Federation of Endocrinology (FELAEN), is a non-profit organization that brings together the Federations, Societies, Sections or Chapters of Endocrinology of the countries of Latin America.

  • South Asian Federation of Endocrine Societies

    SAFES is an organization representing Endocrine societies of Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

  • European Society of Endocrinology (ESE)

    ESE is uniting, supporting and representing the european endocrinology community

  • Asean Federation of Endocrine Societies (AFES)

    The ASEAN Federation of Endocrine Societies (AFES) unites the National Endocrinology societies of Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam and Myanmar. The idea to form a federation of Endocrine Societies was mooted in Manila during the 2nd Asia-Oceania Congress of Endocrinology in 1962. AFES was inaugurated and had its first Congress in Indonesia in 1981. Today the federation continues its projects by collaborating with other national, regional and international societies like the Endocrine Society, the International Society of Endocrinology and more. Learn more about AFES activities below.

Other Partners

  • MedGlobal


    MedGlobal’s culturally diverse teams respond to the world’s humanitarian crises by partnering with local communities to provide innovative, sustainable, and dignified healthcare.



    touchREVIEWS in Endocrinology and US Endocrinology are peer-reviewed, free-to-access, bi-annual, journals that aims to provide insightful and topical articles relevant to the day-to-day practice of busy physicians.

  • International Society of Nephrology


    The International Society of Nephrology (ISN) is a not-for-profit professional organization dedicated to advancing worldwide kidney health.

  • Society for the Study of Reproduction


    The mission of the Society for the Study of Reproduction is to advance the Science of Reproduction, Fertility, and Development for the Benefit of Humans and Animals.

  • World Alliance of Pituitary Foundations


    The World Alliance of Pituitary Organizations (WAPO) is a non-profit organization created in order to unite the international pituitary patient community

  • Federation of International Nurses in Endocrinology (FINE)


    Federation of International Nurses in Endocrinology (FINE) aims to be an accessible global network of nurses in endocrinology

  • International Coalition of Organizations Supporting Endocrine Patients (ICOSEP)


    ICOSEP is uniting people around the world to reduce the diagnosis time for discovering medical conditions connected to a child’s irregular growth.

  • International Menopause Society


    The mission of the IMS is to promote knowledge, study and research on all aspects of aging in women.