Theme: Endocrinology & Diabetes: Research, Evaluation & Developmental Changes



With the coordination of organizing committee, “15th international conference on Endocrinology, diabetes and Metabolism” will be scheduled on MAY 27th, 2021 as an online event (Webinar). Main motive of this conference will be its theme "Endocrinology & Diabetes: Research, Evaluation & Developmental Changes". We welcome eminent speakers in our event from all over the world and it’s leading Universities.

The goal of this event is to connect speakers from all over the world with inquisitive audience.

Our organization does 1000+ conferences every year across USA, Europe and Asia with the support of top scientific societies and publishes 1000+ open access journals, with millions of active readers.

The aim of this meet will be to educate and continue training of clinicians, investigators, and teachers and Doctors of endocrinology and related disciplines and allied health professionals, with the ultimate goal of improving the health and treatment of individuals with endocrine disorders.


We are welcoming Scientists, Doctors, Academician, Researcher, Students, Business Entrepreneurs and every other interested person for this Webinar.

  • Diabeticians
  • Researchers
  • Scientists
  • Health care experts
  • Endocrinologists
  • Cardiologists
  • Nephrologists
  • Nutritionists/Dieticians
  • Diabetes Health Professionals
  • Physicians
  • Nurse practitioners
  • Health care analysts
  • Doctors
  • Academic researchers
  • Professors
  • Students
  • Research Institutes
  • Business delegates
  • Young Researchers
  • Advertising and Promotion Agency Executives
  • Professionals in media sector
  • Medical colleges
  • Metabolic syndrome Societies & Associations
  • Obesity Societies & Associations
  • Diabetes Societies & Associations
  • Medical & Pharmaceutical Companies


15th Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism conference is the world’s leading meet up that will held on there will be eminent speakers from all over USA, Europe and Asia.

  • Lectures from renowned speakers
  • Keynote forums by Prominent Professors, Doctors
  • Young researchers will present their posters of their work
  • Global Networking sessions with 50+ Countries
  • Novel techniques to benefit your research
  • Best platform for Global business and Networking opportunities
  • Meet the editors of referred journals, Society and Association members across the Globe
  • Excellent platform to showcase the latest products and formulations in Pharma care.

    Track 1: Relation of Diabetes with Endocrine System

Diabetes is a disorder where insulin is one of the main factor you will hear this is a hormone which is produced by the body to maintain the blood sugar level in our body. If the secretion of Insulin from Pancreas (which is an Endocrine Gland) gets decreased or body can’t properly use the insulin or glucagon secretion is more then, blood glucose level will be high in our body that will cause Diabetes Mellitus and Diabetes Insipidus.

Symptoms of Diabetes

  • Too much Urination
  • Always Thirsty
  • Loses weight without trying

Track 2: Endocrine Glands

Endocrine glands are some of the most important glands that control our body in a way. This glands are the glands that secretes some of the most important hormones.The endocrine hormone regulates our mood, growth and physical and mental development. The endocrine system controls how much each hormone will be released. This depends on how much hormone is present in blood stream or other substances presence like calcium.

       Some of the most important Endocrine glands and its work :

  • Pancreas – Controls the normal blood glucose levels
  • Adrenal gland – Turns up blood glucose levels and increases heart rate
  • Thyroid gland – Regulates our metabolism. Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism are conditions in which thyroid gland is heavily related.
  • Pituitary gland – Triggers all over growth
  • Pineal gland – regulate our sleep patterns as well
  • Ovaries – promotes development of female sex characteristics
  • Testes – promotes development of primary and secondary male sex characteristics.

     Track 3: Hormones

There are many hormones that controls this Endocrine Glands most of them gets secreted from pituitary glands. Those hormones also control the efficiency of the endocrine glands. Hormones are actually a chemical messenger released by the cell or any gland by which another part of the cell gets affected. These hormones affect the immune system, metabolism, reproductive system, cell growth, sexual desire; even before birth they guide the development of the brain.

Some of the important Hormones in Human body :

Track 4: Diabetic Disorder

This disorder commonly happens due to if the body cannot use the hormone Insulin properly or if the glands are unable to produce the hormone Insulin. This disorder is formerly known as Diabetes Mellitus. In a type of Diabetes the immune system attacks the cells of Pancreas and destroys the cells the cause of this attack is not known fully, but this attack is called auto immune disease and in diabetes this is called type 1 diabetes approximately 10% of diabetic patients are suffering from this. In another type of diabetes Pregnant woman’s placenta makes some unique hormones which make their cells less reactive to the insulin produced by the body. Women with overweight suffer from it more. And this kind of diabetes is called gestational diabetes.

Track 5: Paediatric Endocrinology

In paediatric endocrinology the endocrinologists deals with disorders of the endocrine glands, Sexual development and physical growth in childhood and many more. In this sector Endocrinologist deals with child’s Diabetes, growth or development of their body, puberty disorder. Paediatric Endocrinologist can perform a wide variety of screening tests and biopsies like skin biopsies, blood glucose level test, concentration of hormones in the blood, concentration of other particles in the blood, chromosome test and many more.

Track 6: Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology

This department examines basic principles in molecular endocrinology using selected examples. This department looks into the molecular aspects of hormone action, from hormone-receptor interactions to second messenger generation, gene induction, and post-transcriptional control.

Track 7: Importance of Pituitary Gland

This gland is one of the most important gland in human body. We can say that in our body most of the glands are depending on Pituitary gland. The pituitary gland has anterior part and posterior part where the anterior part is connected to the brain by a thin blood vessel and the posterior part is already a part of the brain. The pituitary gland catches the chemical massages sent by other cells and acts accordingly by secreting hormones required to fulfil the need of that. The pituitary gland secrets hormones which can act on other glands like adrenal gland, Thyroid gland, Testes and ovaries which after receiving that can secret their own hormones.

      Hormones produced by pituitary gland:                

  • Human growth hormone (HGH or GH)
  • Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)
  • Adrenocorticotrophic hormone (ATCH)
  • Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH)
  • Luteinizing hormone (LH)
  • Prolactin.

Track 8: Clinical Endocrinology

Clinical endocrinology is the branch of medical science in which we study the diagnosis, cure, prevention and treatment of irregular secretion and modified action of hormones. But in Molecular endocrinology, basically they deal with the study of various functions of hormones secreted by different glands, at molecular level. In clinical endocrinology endocrinologist have to diagnose the main problem if there is low or very little secretion of any hormone they have to test the hormones availability in blood then after many other test they can give synthetic hormones to replace that hormone this is called Hormone Replacement Therapy. Or else there is surgery by that if any hormone producing cell is cancerous or not, if there is tumour in the endocrine gland then it can be treated with radiation therapy.  

Track 9: Types of Diabetes

We can differentiate Diabetes in two category Type-1and Type-2. Type-1 Diabetes can occur in almost every age group but usually happens in child age or in adolescents. Whereas Type-2 Diabetes is most commonly seen in Adults and this is the type of diabetes that covers almost 90% of diabetic patients. There is another type of diabetes Gestational Diabetes in which pregnant women mostly overweight gets affected because their placenta makes some hormone which makes the cells of the body less sensitive to the insulin the body is producing because of that the blood sugar of that person gets high. 

Track 10: Thyroid Disorder in Children and Adolescents

This Thyroid disorders are the common endocrine problem encountered in the paediatric and adolescent age group. Amongst the widely-known thyroid disorders hypothyroidism is far more common than hyperthyroidism, because this thyroid disorders sometimes tend to be genetic, so when a new baby born his immune system mistakes the thyroid gland as invader and attacks the cells of it then it starts inflammation and slowly destroys the cells of it then thyroxin gets decreased in blood vessels causes hypothyroidism, and when this news travels to pituitary gland it starts producing more TSH hormone to push the thyroid gland for making more thyroxin.    

Track 11: Ketogenic Diet for Diabetic Patients

Persons having type two diabetes could be really helpful by the ketogenic diet. Because it allows the body to maintain glucose levels at a low level and at the same time healthy level. By lowering the intake of carbohydrates in the diet can help to eliminate large spikes in blood sugar, reducing the need to inject the insulin. In this kind of diet one has to minimize the consumption of carbohydrates and increase taking more protein and fat by this way blood sugar level can be controlled as the main source of blood glucose is carbohydrate.

Standard ketogenic diet (SKD): This is a low carb, medium protein and high fat diet. It contains 70% fat, 20% protein, and only 10% carbs.

Cyclical ketogenic diet (CKD): This diet allows to get a break from the whole diet system, such as 5 ketogenic days and with it 2 high carbohydrate days.

Targeted ketogenic diet (TKD): This diet allows you to customize the whole diet according to the workout plan or to achieve the required aim.

High protein ketogenic diet: This is the standard ketogenic diet, but with more protein. The ratio of this diet is 60% fat, 35% protein, and 5% carbs.

Track 12: Endocrinology: Male Health

The endocrine system is mainly important for male reproductive development because androgens (such as testosterone and many other hormones) promote the maturation of male secondary characteristics as well as the process of spermatogenesis.

Libido is the attraction to engage in sexual activity. About 5% of men have decreased libido, this condition increases with age.

Infertility is the condition of a sexually active couple who are not using any birth control but still cannot get pregnant after one year of trying. Sometimes problems in the male partner affect about 40 percent of infertile couples.

  • Low Testosterone

Over time, if a person is having low testosterone then they will lose body hair, muscle bulk, and strength and will gain body fat. Chronic low testosterone may also cause weak bones (osteoporosis), mood changes, less energy, and smaller testes too.

Track 13: Endocrinology: Female Health

This is the most common cause of female infertility and occurs due to an imbalance in the female sex hormones. This is why, women experience female reproduction and fertility issues, changes in menstrual cycle, skin changes, ovarian cysts and other symptoms related to the female reproduction system.

  • Amenorrhea

Amenorrhea is the term used when a woman or adolescent girl is having disorder in menstrual periods.

Breast cancer is very common cancers in U.S. every 1 in 8 women suffer from it.

If a woman has female sexual dysfunction, also called FSD

  • Low sexual desire
  • Trouble becoming aroused
  • Trouble having an orgasm
  • Pain during sex

Track 14: Gastrointestinal Problems

The brain is the controller of the endocrine system which controls the digestive processes. The brain also controls the responses of hunger and satiety. The endocrine system should release the hormones and enzymes required for digestion of food in the digestive tract.

Track 15: Effect of Smoking and Excessive Liquor Consumption

Long term effects of alcohol on the endocrine system

Another way that alcohol affects the endocrine system is by interfering with how the body absorbs calcium, which is needed for strong bones. For this reason, a person who consumes alcohol heavily may be at a higher risk for osteoporosis, a disease in which bone density decreases.

Track 16: Diabetic Medications

Diabetic .medication works by reducing blood sugar without causing hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). Diabetic medication works by decreasing gluconeogenesis and increasing insulin sensitivity and rarely causes hypoglycaemia acts on beta cells to promote insulin secretion, patients with low beta cell activity gets help from it, also these decreases peripheral insulin resistance.

Some Diabetic Medication

  • glimepiride (Amaryl)
  • glimepiride-pioglitazone (Duetact)
  • glimepiride-rosiglitazone
  • gliclazide.
  • glipizide (Glucotrol)

Track 17: Diabetes and Endocrinology Research Works.

There are many researches going on just to improve the endocrinology treatment and diabetic treatments. Because in diabetes the last medication is injecting insulin on the body every day


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