The Association was founded in 1965

and has met each year since then, with the exception of the years in which the International Thyroid Congress has been held. The Annual Scientific Meeting regularly attracts more than 350 abstracts and over 1000 active participants. Membership of the Association consists of honorary, ordinary, junior, corporate, corresponding and senior members. There are over 900 members.

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[03 Sep 2015]

IDD Newsletter August 2015

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[03 Sep 2015]

IDD Newsletter May 2015

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[31 Aug 2015]

The ETA Summer Newsletter

The Newsletter is available in the Members' Area



 

[20 Jul 2015]

In Memoriam of Dr. John B. Stanbury.

The ATA is sad to announce that Dr. John B. Stanbury has passed away on Monday, July 5, 2015. He had recently celebrated his 100th birthday on May 15. He was president of the ATA in 1969 and an active committee member over the years. The Stanbury Pathophysiology Medal is in his honor.
The ETA offer their condolences to his wife and Family.



 
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