Distinguish Yourself. Earn the FACE/MACE Distinction

Recognizing extraordinary accomplishments and exceptional contributions in the field of endocrinology, the annual FACE/MACE awards from the American Association of Clinical Endocrinology (AACE) and American College of Endocrinology (ACE) are coveted, respected, and sought-after throughout the endocrine medical world. The FACE/MACE awards recognize nominees in areas of clinical excellence, education and research, public health, medical ethics, technological innovations, medical advancements, community involvement and others.

Fellow of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinology (FACE)

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All About FACE Distinction

AACE provides recognition and incentives by the way of awards to demonstrate excellence in the field of Endocrinology. Learn how to earn your FACE distinction.

What is a FACE Distinction? 

FACE, known as the Fellow of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinology, is AACE’s prestigious honor, recognizing achievement and leadership in the field of clinical endocrinology. FACE designation is awarded to an AACE member in good standing after meeting certification, training, and professional clinical endocrinology experience.  

FACE Benefits 

As a Fellow of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinology (FACE), you will be recognized as a leader in the endocrinology field, and a treasured member of the world’s largest organization representing clinical endocrinology. AACE is a global, inclusive community of more than 5,000 endocrine-focused clinical members, affiliates, and partners from every walk of professional life. Together, we work to elevate the practice of clinical endocrinology and improve global health.  

FACE honorees achieve distinction in endocrinology as a Fellow of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinology and as members in good standing, are entitled to use the FACE designation. 

Additional benefits include:

  • Access to a variety of cutting-edge educational opportunities, both in-person and online 
  • Access to leading endocrine publications, such as Endocrine Practice
  • Opportunities to volunteer and participate on Disease State Networks

FACE Recognition

FACE honorees are awarded each year at the AACE Annual Meeting during the Convocation ceremony and receive a certificate and FACE lapel pin. Honorees are recognized and applauded for their medical accomplishments, dedication to patient care, and clinical excellence.

FACE Requirements 

Application for FACE is open to members in good standing with AACE who have achieved meeting certification, training, and professional clinical endocrinology experience. Candidates must meet the required criteria: 

  • Attend an AACE Annual Meeting  
  • Have completed three consecutive years or more of active dues paying membership in AACE as outline in the AACE bylaws. 
  • Submit two professional letters of recommendations written by fellow AACE members in good standing. 

Additional FACE requirements are listed here

FACE Submission Process 

To begin your path to FACE, review the application information and required criteria below. The FACE application period opens September 6, 2021 and closes on November 1, 2021.

Already a FACE?

Requirements to keep your FACE designation are listed here.

 

Master of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinology (MACE)

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All About MACE Distinction

If you already have the FACE distinction, you can be nominated to receive the Master of American Association of Clinical Endocrinology (MACE).

What is a MACE Distinction? 

MACE, known as the Master of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinology, is awarded by nomination from fellow MACE peers. MACE is presented to an AACE member(s) who has received FACE distinction and are recognized as a distinguished endocrinologist, role model for developing endocrinologist, and a contributor to AACE and to the art of science of endocrinology.

MACE Recognition

AACE awards two MACE distinctions each year at the AACE Annual Meeting during the Convocation ceremony. Awardees receive a plaque, MACE lapel pin, and are entitled to use the MACE designation.

MACE Requirements

AACE members who have a FACE distinction can be nominated for the MACE distinction.