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CoDI Video Contest

January 29, 2024

The Future of Endocrinology Competition 

The Endocrine Society recognizes the importance of supporting future endocrinologists and prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout the academic experience. The Endocrine Society Committee on Diversity and Inclusion (CoDI) is excited to launch the 2024 CoDI Video Contest. This competition will help future endocrinologists and scientists learn about the field and network with the world’s leading experts! 

Whether you are interested in practicing medicine or conducting research, the field of endocrinology has opportunities for you. Endocrinologists and scientists can specialize in:

  • Diabetes and metabolism
  • Endocrine oncology
  • Endocrinology nuclear medicine
  • Gender reassignment
  • Neuroendocrinology
  • Pediatric endocrinology
  • Reproductive endocrinology
  • Thyroid disease

If you are interested in making a difference in these areas or other endocrine fields, we encourage you to apply for the 2024 Future of Endocrinology Competition! To apply simply record a brief video of why you are interested in endocrinology and why you would like to attend the Society’s annual conference ENDO 2024. You may also submit a written statement to diversity@endocrine.org.

Winners received free registration to ENDO 2024 — June 1-4 in Boston, MA — admission to the Endocrine Society Early Career Forum, and one-year free membership.

 

By submitting a video or written text, you give the Endocrine Society permission to share your submission on our website and social media channels. 

Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must be in their third or fourth year of undergraduate studies, graduate school, medical school, or a new resident or postdoc. Boston-area students and members who identify as underrepresented in medicine are encouraged to apply.

If you know someone who would be interested in applying, please pass this message along!

  • Contest Submission Period: January 29, 2024 – March 29, 2024
  • Winners announced by May 2024

Disclosures: 

Upon submission, videos may be used by the Endocrine Society, at its sole discretion, in marketing and promotional materials.

2023 CoDI Student Video Contest Winners

Check out the video submissions by selecting each winner’s name.

 Winner  Institution 
Victoria Cammarano   Valparaiso University
Faith Carter   Cornell University
 Ewelina Greene  St. George's University
 Anna Mazurenko   University of British Columbia
 Chioma Nnyamah  University of Illinois - Chicago
 Nupur Pandya  University of Illinois - Chicago
 Arthur Registre   Penn State University
 Josie Setiawan  University of British Columbia

 

(2023 CoDI winners gather at ENDO 2023 in Chicago) 

 

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