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ESE has categories for individual membership (Ordinary Members, Honorary Members), affiliated membership categories (Affiliated Societies, Associate Members) and a corporate membership scheme (Corporate Members).

 
 
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During the time of filming (2012) Philippe Bouchard was ESE President (until May 2015). The current ESE President is A J van Der Lely.

Ordinary membership

Membership is open to researchers, clinicians and students in the field of endocrinology and hormonal systems. In particular, the Society welcomes early-career endocrinologists, endocrine nurses and basic scientists.

National Affiliate Membership

Members of ESE’s National Affiliated Societies are eligible for a discount on their ESE membership fees. This discount has been provided as part of the ESE Council of Affiliated Societies ongoing efforts to bring greater collaboration between ESE and the national endocrine societies of Europe.

In order to benefit from this discount you must provide details of your national society membership during the membership application process.

Affiliated Society membership

Affiliated Society Membership is open to national endocrine societies in Europe and in countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea as well as pan-European and international sub-specialist endocrine societies.  

In 2013, ESE and our National Affiliated Societies formed the ESE Council of Affiliated Societies (ECAS) with the aim of raising the profile of European Endocrinology.

ECAS provides a forum for discussions between ESE and the  National Affiliated Societies about future projects, an opportunity for them to raise concerns and issues faced by their members and for the National Affiliated Societies to work together with ESE for the benefit of endocrinologists throughout Europe. All National Affiliated Societies who are members of ESE are automatically members of ECAS.

Associate membership

Associate Membership is open to national endocrine societies outside of Europe and countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea (as defined in the Society byelaws).

There are no voting rights associated with this category of membership but a representative can attend general meetings.

Honorary membership

Honorary Membership is awarded to those persons of special distinction in endocrinology or who have performed outstanding service to the Society. Nominations are received through and approved by the Executive Committee.

Corporate membership

Corporate membership is open to companies working in the field of endocrinology. There are no voting rights associated with this category of membership but a representative can attend general meetings.