Symposia & Workshops

Symposia & Workshops

The PATH to Accurate Hormone Assays: Testosterone, Estradiol & Vitamin D (ENDO 2012 – June 24, 2012)

Current Status of The Partnership for the Accurate Testing of Hormones: The PATH to Truth in Hormone Assays

William Rosner, MD
Columbia Univ., St Luke’s/Roosevelt Hosp Ctr, New York, NY

Rational Diagnosis of Androgen Deficiency in Men Based on Population-Based Harmonized Reference Ranges

Shalender Bhasin, MD
Boston University School of Medicine, Weston, MA

Performance of Testosterone & Estradiol Assays in the CDC Hormone Standardization Program

Hubert W Vesper, PhD
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA

Vitamin D Standardization Program (VDSP): A New International Program To Standardize the Measurement of 25(OH)D

Christopher T Sempos, PhD
NIH, Rockville, MD

 

Improving Hormone Measurements: The PATH to Accurate Testosterone and Thyroid Tests (ENDO 2013 – June 15, 2013)

The Partnership for the Accurate Testing of Hormones (PATH)

William Rosner, MD
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY

Status of Testosterone Test Quality and Testosterone Levels in the US Population

Hubert W Vesper, PhD
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA

Accuracy-Based Testosterone Reference Intervals in Healthy Men

Shalender Bhasin, MD
Boston University School of Medicine, Weston, MA

 

Developing Standardized Reference Ranges Using Multiple Study Cohorts: Testosterone Reference Ranges for Men (ENDO 2015 – March 5, 2015)

The Development of Reference Ranges for Testosterone in Men: From Convenience Samples to Multi-Cohort Studies

Jean-Marc Kauffman, MD, PhD
Ghent University Hospital, Gent, Belgium

Derivation of Age-Specific Reference Ranges for Testosterone Levels in Men Using Normalized Data from Multinational Observational Cohorts

Thomas G Travison, PhD
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

The Impact of Past and New Reference Ranges in the Interpretation of Data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

Hubert W Vesper, PhD
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA