About ISE, FASEN & FELAEN

Since its foundation in 1960, the International Society of Endocrinology (ISE) has pursued the worldwide advancement of education, science and patient care in endocrinology.

Today the society forms is the global network integrating all areas of endocrinology and metabolism. We unite the global endocrinology community to facilitate international cooperation between our member organisations and stakeholders.

We provide a platform to coordinate scientific exchange, education and partnerships between endocrinology organisations and healthcare professionals around the world.

We particularly focus on supporting early career endocrinologists around the world and championing endocrinology networks in developing countries and regions.

Our International Congress of Endocrinology – ICE – is organised every two years in a different region of the world, in collaboration with one of our members, and serves as the main outlet to disseminate the latest developments in the broad field of endocrinology.

For more information, please visit: https://www.isendo.org/

FASEN (The Argentine Federation of Endocrinology Societies) is the federation that brings together Argentinian endocrinology societies at a national level.

Its main objectives are to achieve closer collaboration and facilitate the exchange of knowledge between its component subsidiaries and other endocrinology organizations from around the world.

FELAEN (The Latin American Federation of Endocrinology) is a non-profit organization that brings together the Endocrinology federations, societies, sections and chapters from Latin American countries.

The main purpose of FELAEN is to promote the development of Endocrinology as a medical field in the Latin American region. This is achieved by increasing collaboration, knowledge exchanges and cooperation among the different national endocrinology entities of the region in the fields of medical practice, postgraduate teaching and research.