American Thyroid Association

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American Thyroid Association
AbbreviationATA
Formation1923
TypeProfessional academy (non-profit)
Legal statusactive
Purposeprofessional education and research
Location
Region served
U.S.
Membership
Thyroidologists
Official language
English
President
Charles Emerson, MD
Main organ
Thyroid
Budget
$2m
Staff
7
Volunteers
307
Website

The American Thyroid Association (ATA) is a professional organization of over 1700 medical specialists devoted to thyroid biology and to the prevention and treatment of thyroid disease through excellence in research, clinical care, education, and public health. The ATA publishes the journals Clinical Thyroidology for the Public and Signal. The peer reviewed journals Thyroid, Clinical Thyroidology and VideoEndocrinology are published through Mary Ann Liebert, inc., publishers.

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