Endocrine Immunology and Autoimmune Disorders

Endocrine immunology explores the intricate interplay between the immune system and endocrine organs, particularly in the context of autoimmune disorders such as type 1 diabetes, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, or Addison's disease. Dysregulation of immune responses leads to autoimmune destruction of hormone-producing cells or disruption of endocrine function, resulting in hormone deficiencies or excesses. Understanding the immunopathogenesis of endocrine autoimmune disorders informs diagnostic approaches and therapeutic interventions aimed at modulating immune responses, preserving endocrine function, and mitigating disease progression. Immunomodulatory therapies, including immunosuppressive agents or biologic agents targeting specific immune pathways, hold promise in halting or attenuating autoimmune-mediated damage to endocrine tissues, heralding new avenues for personalized management in endocrine immunology.

    Endocrine Immunology and Autoimmune Disorders Conference Speakers

      Recommended Sessions

      Related Journals

      Are you interested in