As a member, you will be kept at the cutting edge of your field. You will be sent regular updates, given access to informative educational events, provided with a membership directory to keep in touch with colleagues, and offered special registration fees for meetings and educational events.
It is an excellent way to meet other people working in the same field and to help exchange knowledge and ideas.
Membership Category Requirements
Active ($100 Membership Dues)
Physician (MD, DO, or foreign equivalent) who has an active, unencumbered license to practice medicine in the United States and is engaged, at least 50 percent (50%) of their work time, in the treatment of patients with, or involved in research or educational activities relating to endocrine disease. Each active member shall have the right to vote, hold office, be a director, and serve on committees so long as the member remains in good standing. Active members may include fellowship-trained physicians in adult endocrinology, pediatric endocrinology, or endocrine surgeons.
Associate ($0 Membership Dues)
Physician enrolled in a postgraduate fellowship training program for treatment or investigation of endocrine disease. Associate members shall have the right to be a member of the Board of Directors as the Fellow-in-Training representative approved by the Board of Directors. Associate members may not hold office, serve on committees, and may not vote unless on the Board of Directors. Associate members pay no dues.
Affiliate ($0 Membership Dues)
Physician enrolled in a postgraduate residency training program in Internal Medicine or Pediatrics or be enrolled as a student in a medical school accredited by the Association of American Medical Colleges, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, or the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine. Affiliate members may not vote, hold office, be directors, or serve on committees. Affiliate members pay no dues.
Emeritus ($0 Membership Dues)
Members who have reached age 65 and/or have retired from practice and who have held continuous membership in good standing. Emeritus members may not vote, hold office, be directors, or serve on committees. Emeritus members pay no dues.
Annual Membership Renewal Process
Renewal/Dues Period: January 1 – December 31
Annual membership renewal is included in the online registration form for the MASE Annual Meetings. Renew your membership, and you may register for the meeting at the complimentary online member rate.