Hormone Measurements: An Update for the Clinical Endocrinologist
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This webinar is free to non-Endocrine Society members as a preview of the Endocrine Society’s educational offerings.  If this course expands your knowledge and you would like to gain access to all Special Interest Group (SIG) webinar content, the full course library in the Center for Learning, and many other member benefits, join Endocrine Society today!

Join the Adrenal and Pituitary Special Interest Group for a webinar that provides updates to hormone measurements and their diagnostic cutoffs. Come away with practical knowledge for the clinical endocrinologist on new developments in measuring hormones.
  1. Have clear understanding of the cut-offs of blood and salivary cortisol used in the diagnosis and follow-up of states of cortisol deficiency or excess. 
  2. Have insight on the assays used for ACTH, IGF-I, GH and prolactin measurements and their potential problems.
  3. Understand the impact of herbs and supplements on the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal system. 

Hershel Raff, PhD, FAAAS, FAPS, Professor of Medicine, Surgery, and Physiology, Medical College of Wisconsin & Advocate Aurora Research Institute-Disclosures: Consultant for Cerium and Corcept

Rashmi Mullur, MD, Associate Professor, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA -Disclosures: No relevant financial or commercial relationships

Rachel Webster, BSc (Hons) PhD FRCPath, Consultant Clinical Scientist, Trust Lead Scientist for Life Sciences, University of Birmingham-Disclosures: No relevant financial or commercial relationships


  • Niki Karavitaki, PhD, FRCP, Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Birmingham 
  • Sona Sharma, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Duke University
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