New Frontiers in Basic Science: Applying New Technology to Endocrine Research


We are excited to announce the theme for the next installment of New Frontiers in Basic Science: Applying New Technology to Endocrine Research, set to take place December 1-2. This year’s theme will focus on the topic of conducting research at the interface between endocrinology and aging.

Endocrine scientists make unique contributions to our fundamental understanding of the aging process and also how aging influences the development of endocrine-related diseases. Join their for a two-day program featuring keynote discussions and short presentations from trainee and early career members who conduct research that explores the connections between hormone science and aging.

We are pleased to announce the event is highlighted by several highly-anticipated presentations.
  • Aging, Diabetes, Cellular Senescence, and Senolytics: The Path to Translation presented by James L. Kirkland, MD, PhD
  • Estrogens and Social Memory, Cell Signaling, and Sex Differences presented by Paul Sheppard, BSc (Hons.), PhD
  • Hormones and Aging: A Preview of the New Endocrine Society Scientific Statement presented by Anne R. Cappola, MD, ScM
  • Frontiers in Alzheimer’s Therapeutics: Regenerating the Degenerative Brain presented by Roberta Diaz Brinton, PhD
  • Hormones in Concert: Steroid Receptor Crosstalk in Physiology and Pathologies of Reproductive Aged Women presented by Shannon Whirledge, PhD, MHS
  • Sex-Dimorphism in Immune Aging: Are We Missing Half of the Picture? presented by Bérénice A. Benayoun, PhD
Registration for this two-day event is $35 for Endocrine Society members and $70 for nonmembers. All registrants will also receive a 10% discount on registration for ENDO 2022.
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