Welcome to The New Zealand Society of Endocrinology

Members of our Society represent a broad cross-section of individuals from diverse clinical and scientific backgrounds. Our overarching goal is to understand, diagnose, and treat endocrine conditions.

We aim to:

  • Provide a National Identity for clinical endocrinologists and the scientific community.
  • Provide a mechanism for interacting directly with regulatory bodies such as the Ministry of Health and Pharmac over clinical issues.
  • Foster collaborations between scientists, clinicians, and students from all corners of New Zealand.
  • Facilitate the exchange of information amongst members and communication with associated national and international organisations.
  • Support and mentor emerging scientists and clinicians, and recognise excellence in endocrine research and practice within New Zealand.

 

How do we do this?

  • We offer an annual scientific meeting and a biennial clinical meeting.
  • We offer travel awards for students and early career members.
  • We recognise achievements within the field of Endocrinology with awards.

We are a non-profit national Society composed of students, scientists, clinicians and other health practitioners who have an interest in any aspect of Endocrinology.

Membership

Membership of the NZSE is composed of a broad cross-section of individuals from diverse backgrounds. Endocrinology is an evolving field, integrating a wide variety of scientific and clinical disciplines with a central goal of understanding, diagnosing, and treating endocrine diseases.

 

Conferences

The 2017 MedSci Congress (4-6 Sep) will be held as part of Queenstown Research Week. Watch this site for registration and programme details as they are announced. We offer student travel awards and a student oral presentation prize session. We also encourage oral presentations from more experienced researchers. There is no clinical meeting scheduled for 2017.

 

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2017 MediSci Congress

The 2017 MedSci Congress will be held 4th-6th September at the Rydges Hotel as part of the Queenstown Research Week. Registration and a programme details are now available. Read More