Research

Jul
14

Mind-Body Medicine and Endocrinology – Part I

By Gergana Georgieva | Research July 14, 2020 Oct 0, 0 - Oct ,
Interdisciplinary endocrinology is an exciting field, and mind-body medicine is a unique connecting point between psychology and hormones. In this multinational interview, our Education Editor Sanjay Kalra takes the help of experts from five continents to explore the breadth and depth of mind-body medicine in endocrinology. 1. What is the role of mind health in [...]
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Mar
31

Tropical Endocrinology – Part II

By Gergana Georgieva | ISE Voices . Research March 31, 2020 Oct 0, 0 - Oct ,
<< Read Part I In the previous article we met you with endocrinologists from the Asian and African region who told us more about the challenges they meet in their countries considering endocrinology care and how they deal with them. Here we continue our journey with the stories below. 6. What are the challenges faced [...]
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Mar
31

Tropical Endocrinology – Part I

By Gergana Georgieva | ISE Voices . Research March 31, 2020 Oct 0, 0 - Oct ,
Tropical endocrinology is a challenging field of endocrinology. The tropics influence endocrine health in various ways. The overall status of nutritional health, shortcomings in the health care system, and an inadequate number of qualified endocrinologists and endocrine nurses impacts endocrine health as well as care. There are specific endocrine syndromes, however, which are more common [...]
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Dec
02

Fondation Ipsen Young Investigator Award awarded during ICE 2018

By Ariane Brusselmans | Events . Research December 2, 2018 Oct 0, 0 - Oct ,
During the International Congress in Endocrinology, ICE 2018 in Cape Town, South Africa,  Dr. Larissa Gomez (Brazil) was awarded with the Fondation Ipsen Young Investigator Award for the best young investigator in Endocrinology. She received this Award for her abstract “Untreated familial central precocious puberty followed by PCOS and type 2 DM caused by a [...]
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