The Polish Society of Endocrinology (pol. PTE; Polskie Towarzystwo Endokrynologiczne) is a scientific association of doctors and researchers in the field of endocrinology and others working in endocrinology or in the fields of medicine that benefit from the results of endocrinology. PTE was established on June 12, 1949 in Łódź.

Since 1949, PTE has been publishing the scientific journal "Endokrynologia Polska". Editors-in-chief: prof. Artur Ber (1951), prof. Kazimierz Dux (1956), prof. Tadeusz Pawlikowski (1977), prof. Maciej Gembicki (1980), prof. Zbigniew Szybiński (1984), prof. Janusz Nauman (1999), prof. Andrzej Lewiński (2001), prof. Stefan Zgliczyński (2003), prof. Beata Kos-Kudła (2006).

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