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.

Important Issues


[09 Apr 2014]

Abstract submission for AM Santiago ends on Friday, 11th April at midnight CET

Don't forget to submit your abstract!



 

[26 Mar 2014]

IDD Newsletter February 2014

International Council for Control of Iodine Deficiency Disorders

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[17 Mar 2014]

Abstract submission and Registration for AM Santiago now open!

Submission deadline 11th April



 

[05 Mar 2014]

ETA Souvenirs and Photo Gallery: New Article: 26th Annual Meeting, Milan 1999

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