European Society for Paediatric Endocrinology (ESPE)
1962-07-10 Zurich Switzerland
10 Jul 1962, Zurich (Switzerland). Constitution adopted 10 Aug 1965, Copenhagen (Denmark). Covers Europe and Mediterranean countries. UK Registered Charity: 1122484.
Promote knowledge of and research on paediatric endocrinology in the widest sense, including: metabolism; haematology; immunology; molecular biology; growth and development; nephrology; electrolyte and water metabolism; and any other subjects, insofar as they concern hormones.
Events2024-09 | Marseille, France – Annual Meeting
2023-09 | The Hague, Netherlands – Annual Meeting
2022-09 | Rome, Italy – Annual Meeting
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General Meeting (annual); Council. Council Committees (7): Communications; Corporate Liaison Board; Clinical Practice; Education and Training; Programme Organising; Science; Strategic and Finance. Other Committees (10): Andrea Prader; Caucasus and Central Asia Steering; Clinical Fellowship; Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism School Steering; Maghreb School Steering; Newsletter Editorial Board; Online Learning; Summer School Steering; Travel Grant Steering; Winter School Steering. Working Groups.
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