Welcome & Resume What is endocrinology? Endocrinology is a branch of medicine that relates to the human endocrine system. Put very simply, the human endocrine system comprises of several glands in the body which secrete hormones directly into the blood. These hormones control many complex human functions such as sexual development, reproduction, metabolism, growth and weight gain to name but a few. Disorders of the human endocrine system, therefore, are hugely varied and wide-ranging and, left untreated, can be life-threatening. > read more...
Recently - on BBC 4 The Fantastical World of Hormones
with Professor John Wass> read more...
Grants Awarded Medical Research Council
British Diabetic Association
Department of Health
Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust
Arthritis Research Council
E.U. Public Health
Royal College of Physicians Professor John Wass has been associated with the Royal College of Physicians for many years. He was Linacre Fellow between 1994 and 1998. > read more... Lectures Endocrinology is a fast-developing and exciting field of medical research. Professor John Wass is a keen and active lecturer travelling delivering informed presentations across the globe. His lectures are highly stimulating and interactive. > read more...
Some of John Wass's Books
It deals comprehensively with endocrinology focusing on clinical management.