The Finnish Endocrine Society
The Finnish Endocrine Society was founded in 1947. Our society welcomes both clinicians as well as researchers, nurses and students as their members. Among the clinicians, all aspects of endocrine disease are represented, i.e adult and pediatric endocrinologists, internists, surgeons, gynecologists, clinical chemists and colleagues working within the field of endocrine imaging. The Finnish Endocrine Society had 521 members in the beginning of 2018. The executive committee of the Finnish Endocrine Society has 12 members. The Finnish Endocrine Society arranges two yearly scientific meetings, the Endodays (2 ½ days) in late autumn, and a one-day scientific meeting preceding the business meeting of the Society, held in spring. The Endodays were arranged for the 70th time in November 2017. The Finnish Endocrine society is a member of the European Society of Endocrinology.
Endodays programme and registration information (in Finnish).
Spring meeting, programme and registration (in Finnish).
Contact the secretary of the Finnish Endocrine Society.
The executive committee
Application for the Finnish Endocrine Society Travel Grant
Members of the Finnish Endocrine Society may apply for a travel grant. The travel grant is intended to be used for participation of an endocrine congress. Maximum sum of the grant is 1500 euros. At least one year of society membership is required before application. The executive committee of the Finnish Endocrine society decides which candidates receive the travel grant. A poster or an oral presentation in the congress supports favourable decision.