ECE2018

Albert Cano

Alberto Pereira
Endo-ERN: concrete examples of added value for patient care
Introduction, structure, and virtual consultation using the EU-ERN CPMS
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Alessandra Gambineri
Symposium 18: Borderline testosterone and metabolic outcomes among sexes: clinical relevance
Sex hormones, obesity and type 2 diabetes – is there a link?
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Alexandre Buffet
Oral Communication: Genomic and clinical aspects of endocrine tumours
Germline mutations in the mitochondrial 2-oxoglutarate/malate carrier (SLC25A11) gene confer predisposition to metastatic paragangliomas.
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Alina Rozanska
Nurses professional development, networking session and oral/poster presentations
Role of the Endocrine nurse in the MDT in improving care for patients with thyroid cancer
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Allan Herbison
Plenary 3 - The wonder world of GnRH neurons - cracking the pulse generator
The wonder world of GnRH neurons - cracking the pulse generator
Session starts at 17:15 20-May

Ana Luiza Maia
Meet The Expert 5 - Medullary thyroid cancer beyond surgery
Medullary thyroid cancer beyond surgery
Session starts at 08:00 20-May

Ana Sousa
Symposium 4: Environmental Effects on Endocrine Function
Environmental contaminants and endocrine disruption: The story of obesogens
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Andre Lacroix
Oral Communication: Novel aspects of puberty development and Cushing's disease
Late-night salivary cortisol (LNSC) levels in a Phase III study of long-­acting pasireotide in patients with Cushing’s disease (CD)
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Anette Ziegler
Symposium 23: Pre-diabetes
Prevention and treatment of pre type 1 diabetes
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Anna Angelousi
Symposium 15: European Young Endocrine Scientists (EYES) New aspects in the study of neuroendocrine diseases
Alterations in Clock genes expression in human benign adrenal tumors
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Anna Ferrulli
Oral Communication: Genetic and environmental determinants of obesity and insulin resistance
DEEP TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION ACUTELY MODULATES NEURO-ENDOCRINE PATHWAYS UNDERLYING OBESITY
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Anna Papadopoulou
Oral Communication: What is new in gestational and type 1 diabetes?
Profiling of activation patterns of placental mTOR in pregnancies complicated by gestational diabetes mellitus
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Anne Jouinot
Oral Communication: Clinical practice in endocrine tumours: combining conventional and molecular features
Molecular classifiers refine the prognostic stratification of adrenocortical carcinoma
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Annette Grüters-Kieslich
Symposium 29: Thyroid hormone action: regulation and clinical implications
Elevated TSH in Children
Session starts at 14:45 22-May

Arkaitz Carracedo Perez
Symposium 15: European Young Endocrine Scientists (EYES) New aspects in the study of neuroendocrine diseases
Metabolic reprogramming of cancer cells
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Balázs Gereben
Symposium 29: Thyroid hormone action: regulation and clinical implications
Tissue-specific regulation of thyroid hormone action
Session starts at 14:45 22-May

Beata Kos-Kudła
Publishing Workshop
Introduction from the Chair
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Beatriz Torres Moreno
Oral Communication: Benign thyroid diseases
Relationship between TSH values in the first trimester of pregnancy and obstetric and neonatal complications
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Biagio Cangiano
Oral Communication: Novel aspects of puberty development and Cushing's disease
Evaluation of genetic predisposition in severe and mild phenotypes of isolated hypogonadotropic hypogonadism
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Blazej Meczekalski
Symposium 21: The Dance of Adrenal and Gonads
Fertility in Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Brigitte Velkeniers
Debate 5: Pregnant women should be screened for thyroid hormones and antibodies
AGAINST - Pregnant women should be screened for thyroid hormones and antibodies
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Carles Gaston-Massuet
Symposium 11: Novel aspects of Craniopharyngioma
Molecular Pathogenensis of Craniopharyngioma
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Carlos Bernal-Mizrachi
Special Symposium: Bone & Vitamin D
Vitamin D, macrophages and atherosclerosis
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Carmen Georgescu
Meet The Expert 11 - How to integrate PCSk9 inhibitors into hyperlipademia management
How to integrate PCSk9 inhibitors into hyperlipademia management
Session starts at 08:00 22-May

Carsten Schultz
New Scientific Approach 1 - New tools for investigating insulin secretion
New tools for investigating insulin secretion
Session starts at 14:00 20-May

Chantal Wiepjes

Cheryl L. Walker
Symposium 4: Environmental Effects on Endocrine Function
Developmental Reprogramming of the Epigenome by Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals that Increase Cancer Risk
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Christos Mantzoros
Geoffrey Harris Lecture - Novel pathways regulating neuroendocrine function, energy homeostasis and metabolism in humans
Novel pathways regulating neuroendocrine function, energy homeostasis and metabolism in humans
Session starts at 18:15 19-May

Clemens Schmitt
Symposium 25: Late breaking
Senescence-associated reprogramming promotes cancer stemness
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Cristian González-Guerrero
Oral Communication: Thyroid from basics to clinics
Increased urinary iodine precedes hypothyroidism in Dehal1 knockout mice
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Cristina Ronchi
Oral Communication: Clinical practice in endocrine tumours: combining conventional and molecular features
Targeted molecular analysis in adrenocortical carcinomas: a way towards improved personalized prognostication.​
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Cristine Yedinak
Nurses symposium & panel discussion: Bridging the Gap: models of care transitioning endocrine patients for paediatric to adult-oriented care
Transition between settings: hospital to community
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Daniel Kaplan
Symposium 25: Late breaking
LEAP2 Is an Endogenous Antagonist of the Ghrelin Receptor
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Daniel Olsson
Symposium 11: Novel aspects of Craniopharyngioma
Bariatric Surgery as Treatment in Craniopharyngioma
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

David Araujo Vilar
Symposium 20: All you need to know about lipodystrophy
Lipodystrophies, diagnosis and treatment: a step-by-step approach
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

David Savage
Symposium 20: All you need to know about lipodystrophy
Insights in the pathogenesis of lipodystrophy
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Diana van Heemst
Symposium 29: Thyroid hormone action: regulation and clinical implications
Thyroid hormone economy in human aging
Session starts at 14:45 22-May

Didier Dewailly
Debate 4: AMH as the Primary Marker for Fertility
FOR - AMH as the Primary Marker for Fertility
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Dimitra Vassiliadi
Symposium 17: Primary Adrenal Macronodular Hyperplasia
Diagnosis and management of Primary Adrenal Macronodular Hyperplasia
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Dirk Vanderschueren
Meet The Expert 4 - Osteoporosis in men
Osteoporosis in men
Session starts at 08:00 20-May

Duarte Pignatelli
Symposium 21: The Dance of Adrenal and Gonads
The interplay Between the Ovaries and Adrenals
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

E Buitenwerf
Oral Communication: Genomic and clinical aspects of endocrine tumours
Randomized trial comparing phenoxybenzamine and doxazosine for preoperative treatment of patients with a pheochromocytoma (PRESCRIPT)
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Eberhard Nieschlag
Symposium 9: European academy of andrology/ESE Session: Male gonadal function versus general health and vice versa
The Klinefelter syndrome: a challenge for endocrinologists 
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Eduardo Eyras
New Scientific Approach 2 - The spliceosome as a target treatment of endocrine tumours
The spliceosome as a target treatment of endocrine tumours
Session starts at 14:00 20-May

Efisio Puxeddu 
Symposium 28: Endocrinology Meets Immunology
Immunotherapy for Thyroid Carcinoma
Session starts at 14:45 22-May

Elena Valassi
Oral Communication: Novel aspects of puberty development and Cushing's disease
Diabetes mellitus and muscle weakness are independently associated with mortality in patients with Cushing's syndrome. Data from ERCUSYN.
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Elisa Sala
Oral Communication: Clinical practice in endocrine tumours: combining conventional and molecular features
Natural history of Rathke’s Cleft Cysts: a multicenter experience
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Emese Mezosi
Meet The Expert 7 - Difficult cases of differentiated thyroid cancer
Difficult cases of differentiated thyroid cancer
Session starts at 08:00 21-May

Enric Sánchez
Oral Communication: Novel insights into prediabetes and type 2 diabetes
The impact of prediabetes in lung function: data from the ILERVAS project
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Ewout Hoorn
Symposium 2: Salt and Sweet
Hyponatremia and mortality: moving beyond associations
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Fernando Rivadeneira
Symposium 8: Bone fragility – from bench to clinic
What have we learnt from genome-wide association studies in osteoporosis
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Filip Knop
EJE Prize Lecture - A gut feeling about glucagon
A gut feeling about glucagon
Session starts at 18:50 19-May

Filippo Biscarini
Oral Communication: MicroRNAs as biomarkers in endocrine diseases
Detecting blood micro-RNAs and proteins associated with Graves’ disease and orbitopathy
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Florian Kiefer
Symposium 13: The colours of fat
Adipose Tissue Browning in Mice and Men
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Francesc Villarroya
Symposium 13: The colours of fat
Brown adipose tissue as an endocrine organ
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Francesc  Borras (Spain)
Symposium 25: Late breaking
Microvesicles and exosomes: new players in metabolic diseases
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Francesco Tecilazich
Oral Communication: What is new in gestational and type 1 diabetes?
Patrolling monocytes are activated in diabetes and provide protection to retinal vessels in the context of leukostasis.
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Frederique Albarel
Symposium 19: New Aspects of Pituitary Regulation
How cancer treatment effects your pituitary
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Garcilaso Riesco-Eizaguirre
Symposium 16: Changing practice in the management of thyroid neoplasms
Genomic alterations in thyroid malignancies
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Gerald Shulman
Plenary 5: The link between insulin and fatty liver
The link between insulin and fatty liver
Session starts at 17:45 21-May

Giovanna Mantovani
Symposium 19: New Aspects of Pituitary Regulation
Cytoskeleton and pharmacologic resistance in pituitary tumours
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Giovanni Ceccarini
Symposium 20: All you need to know about lipodystrophy
Acquired forms of lipodystrophy
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Giovanni Corona
Symposium 9: European academy of andrology/ESE Session: Male gonadal function versus general health and vice versa
Does "healthy obesity" exist in andrology? 
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Glenn. S Gerhard
Symposium 3: Bile Acid and Microbiota
Bile acids and metabolic effects of bariatric surgery
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Graham Roberts
UEMS session - Session of the European Union of Medical Specialists Section of Endocrinology
ESE/UEMS European Board Examination in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Gregory Kaltsas
Meet The Expert 12 - Controversies in NETs: Is high dose SSA treatment relevant and who needs hemicolectomy?
Controversies in NETs: Is high dose SSA treatment relevant and who needs hemicolectomy?
Session starts at 08:00 22-May

Grigoris Effraimidis
Symposium 1: Predicting events in autoimmune thyroid disease
The THEA score in familial thyroid dysfunction
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Guido Di Dalmazi
Oral Communication: Diving deep into adrenal cortex diseases
Steroid profiling by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry in a large cohort of patients with adrenal incidentalomas
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Guillaume Assié
European Society of Endocrinology Clinical Practice Guidelines on the Management of Adrenocortical Carcinoma in Adults, in collaboration with the European Network for the Study of Adrenal Tumors
Pathology & Prognostic factors
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Guillaume Assié
Oral Communication: Genomic and clinical aspects of endocrine tumours
Molecular classification of benign adrenocortical tumors: an integrated genomic study
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Guy T'Sjoen
Meet The Expert 10 - Effects of gender-affirming hormone therapy on bone in transgender persons
Effects of gender-affirming hormone therapy on bone in transgender persons
Session starts at 08:00 21-May

Hanns-Ulrich Marschall
Symposium 3: Bile Acid and Microbiota
Crosstalk between bile acids and intestinal microbiota - influence on host metabolism
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Hans Romijn
Publishing Workshop
Responding to reviewer comments
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Harm Haak
European Society of Endocrinology Clinical Practice Guidelines on the Management of Adrenocortical Carcinoma in Adults, in collaboration with the European Network for the Study of Adrenal Tumors
Special considerations on mitotane
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Helen Spoudeas
Symposium 11: Novel aspects of Craniopharyngioma
Psychosocial dysfunction after treatment of of Craniopharyngioma
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Ilhan Satman
Meet The Expert 6 - Long term implications of hypoglycaemia in diabetes
Long term implications of hypoglycaemia in diabetes
Session starts at 08:00 21-May

Ilpo Huhtaniemi
European Hormone Medal Lecture - Unraveling secrets of the hypothalami-pituitary-gonadal axis
Unraveling secrets of the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis
Session starts at 09:15 21-May

Ines Foessl
Oral Communication: MicroRNAs as biomarkers in endocrine diseases
MicroRNA profiles in diabetic octogenarians with and without historical and prospective hip fractures
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Inés Jimenez
Oral Communication: Cardiovascular aspects of endocrine diseases
Improvement in the control of hypertension in diabetic patients screened for hyperaldosteronism
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Inez Schoenmakers
Special Symposium: Bone & Vitamin D
Free and bound vitamin D and health outcomes.
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Ioana Simona Chisalita
Oral Communication: Novel insights into prediabetes and type 2 diabetes
Toe brachial index predicts major adverse cardiovascular events in patients with type 2 diabetes
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Irene Mitchelhill
Nurses symposium & panel discussion: Bridging the Gap: models of care transitioning endocrine patients for paediatric to adult-oriented care
Paediatric to adult transition in Endocrinology
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Irene Mitchelhill
Meet the Nurse Expert & Case Discussions
Nursing Management of CAH: Education & Use of Multi-media Technology
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Irina Bancos
Oral Communication: Genomic and clinical aspects of endocrine tumours
Urine steroid metabolomics as a diagnostic tool for detection of adrenocortical malignancy – a prospective test validation study
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Irina Chifu
Oral Communication: Diving deep into adrenal cortex diseases
Assessment of Tissue Sodium Content by 23Na-MRI in Patients with Adrenal Insufficiency – a Pilot Study
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Isabel Weigand
Oral Communication: Diving deep into adrenal cortex diseases
PRKACA L206R mutation in adrenal Cushing’s syndrome makes PKA RIIβ susceptible for caspase-mediated cleavage
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Isadora Cavalcante

Iva Jakubíková
Oral Communication: Thyroid from basics to clinics
A mouse model of BRAF V600E mutated papillary thyroid cancer imitating sporadic conditions
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

J.C. van Kralingen
Oral Communication: MicroRNAs as biomarkers in endocrine diseases
Circulating Levels of microRNAs Associate with Blood Pressure and Left Ventricular Mass in Primary Hypertensive Patients
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Jaap Deinum
Debate 1 - Adrenal venous sampling vs. imaging for primary aldosteronism: beware of the caveats!
Against - Adrenal venous sampling vs. imaging for primary aldosteronism: beware of the caveats!
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Jakob Skov

Jayakumar Aelvi Ambigapathy
Oral Communication: Look who is controlling your gonads!
Effect of thyroxine replacement on leydig cell and sertoli cell function in men with hypothyroidism
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Jean Marc Kaufman
Symposium 18: Borderline testosterone and metabolic outcomes among sexes: clinical relevance
Testosterone, obesity and the metabolic syndrome in males – do we need to replace steroids?
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Jean-Pierre Hardelin
Symposium 14: Neuroendocrine basis of reproductive disorders
Neuroendocrinology right from the nose: genetics and pathophysiology of the olfacto-genital syndrome (Kallmann syndrome)
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Jens Bollerslev
Symposium 12: Why do fractures occur in endocrine disorders and how should they be handled?
Effect of parathyroid dysfunction on incidence of bone fractures
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Jérôme Frenette
Oral Communication: New insights in bone disorders
Can a bone protein protect against muscular dystrophy?
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

João Sérgio Neves

João Sérgio Neves

John Newell-Price
Meet The Expert 16 - Adrenal incidentaloms
Adrenal incidentaloms
Session starts at 08:00 22-May

John Todd
Symposium 23: Pre-diabetes
What have we learnt so far about the immunogenetics of type 1 diabetes?
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Jonas Rutishauser
Symposium 2: Salt and Sweet
Hereditary Diabetes insipidus
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Joop Laven
Debate 4: AMH as the Primary Marker for Fertility
AGAINST - AMH as the Primary Marker for Fertility
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Jörg Gromoll
Symposium 5: The role of sperm epigenome in fertility and inheritance
Epigenetic germline mosaicism in infertile men
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

José M Ordovas
Symposium 6: Precision Medicine for diabetes
Precision nutrition in obesity: gene - diet interaction
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Jose. C Florez
Symposium 6: Precision Medicine for diabetes
Pharmacogenetics in type 2 diabetes: precision medicine or discovery tool?
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Josef Köhrle
Publishing Workshop
Data presentation, precision and ‘pseudoprecision’
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Judith Favier
Symposium 15: European Young Endocrine Scientists (EYES) New aspects in the study of neuroendocrine diseases
Epigenetic and metabolic reprogramming of SDH deficient pheochromocytomas and paragangliomas
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Julie Bakker
Symposium 30: Disorders of Sexual Development (DSD)
Gender Dysphoria and Brain Function
Session starts at 14:45 22-May

Karin Amrein
Special Symposium: Bone & Vitamin D
Vitamin D and Critical Care
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Karine Rizzoti
Meet the Expert - Basic Scientist 2 -Single-cell sequencing in endocrine diseases
Single-cell sequencing in endocrine diseases
Session starts at 08:00 21-May

Karla Suchacki
Oral Communication: New insights in bone disorders
[18F]-FDG PET/CT imaging: A tool to reveal the metabolic functions of bone marrow adipose tissue
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Kathrin Schmohl
Symposium 7: Expanding the spectrum of thyroid hormone use
Tetrac as an antiangiogenic agent in cancer
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Kristien Boelaert
Debate 5: Pregnant women should be screened for thyroid hormones and antibodies
FOR - Pregnant women should be screened for thyroid hormones and antibodies
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Krystallenia Alexandraki
Symposium 26: Cortisol: Too much of a Good Thing
Differentiating Cushing from Pseudo-Cushing
Session starts at 14:45 22-May

Lars Moeller
Meet The Expert - Basic Scientist 3: Watch out for noncanonical mechanisms of thyroid hormone action!
Watch out for noncanonical mechanisms of thyroid hormone action!
Session starts at 08:00 22-May

Laszlo Hegedus
Plenary 6: Does therapy for thyroid dysfunction decrease mortality?
Does therapy for thyroid dysfunction decrease mortality?
Session starts at 08:45 22-May

Laura C. Hernández Ramírez
Symposium 26: Cortisol: Too much of a Good Thing
Genetics of Cushing's disease
Session starts at 14:45 22-May

Laura Gathercole
Symposium 3: Bile Acid and Microbiota
5β-reductase, bile acid synthesis, and the control of energy metabolism
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Leif Groop
Symposium 6: Precision Medicine for diabetes
Can genetics improve precision medicine in diabetes?
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Leo Guasti
New Scientific Approach 3 - Re-Programming Strategies to Obtain Functional Endocrine Units
Re-Programming Strategies to Obtain Functional Endocrine Units
Session starts at 14:00 21-May

Lina Michala      
Symposium 30: Disorders of Sexual Development (DSD)
Long term consequences of Disorders of Sexual Development
Session starts at 14:45 22-May

Lisa Owens
Oral Communication: Look who is controlling your gonads!
The in vivo and in vitro effects of kisspeptin on human ovarian function
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Lothar Seefried
Symposium 8: Bone fragility – from bench to clinic
Hypophosphatasia
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Luca Chiovato
Symposium 1: Predicting events in autoimmune thyroid disease
IgG4 related thyroid autoimmune disease
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Luca Chiovato
Debate 3: Subclinical hypothyroidism is a disease
FOR - Subclinical hypothyroidism is a disease
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Maeve Durkan
UEMS session - Session of the European Union of Medical Specialists Section of Endocrinology
News from Brussels
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Malgorzata Trofimiuk-Müldner
Symposium 4: Environmental Effects on Endocrine Function
Iodine deficiency in pregnancy and development of offspring
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Małgorzata Kałużna
Oral Communication: Novel aspects of puberty development and Cushing's disease
Oligogenicity in Kallmann syndrome - an underestimated phenomenon?
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Malgorzata Trofimiuk-Muldner
Oral Communication: Benign thyroid diseases
The Impact of Obligatory Iodine Prophylaxis on Thyroid Volume in Schoolchildren
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Manuel Gahete
Symposium 15: European Young Endocrine Scientists (EYES) New aspects in the study of neuroendocrine diseases
Invitation to EYES networking and annual meeting
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Manuel Gahete
Meet The Expert - Basic Scientist 1: Mouse models in endocrine tumors
Mouse models in endocrine tumors
Session starts at 08:00 20-May

Manuel Puig-Domingo
Oral Communication: The curious case of growth hormone
Molecular profiling for assistance to pharmacological treatment of acromegaly
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Manuel Serrano
Plenary 7: Metabolic control of longevity
Metabolic control of longevity
Session starts at 17:15 22-May

Marcela Xhindi
Nurses professional development, networking session and oral/poster presentations
Influence of educational training course in improving knowledge of diabetes mellitus among nurses
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Maria Chiara Zatelli
Debate 2 - Receptor profiling is useful for predicting pituitary therapy
For - Receptor profiling is useful for predicting pituitary therapy
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Maria del Mar Malagon
Symposium 19: New Aspects of Pituitary Regulation
What fat does with your pituitary
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Maria Rotkank
Oral Communication: What is new in gestational and type 1 diabetes?
The variability of glycemia and the metabolic composition of brain cells in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Marianne Pavel
Symposium 10: Hot topics in NETs
Treatment of small intestine and pancreatic NETs what and when?
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Mario Maggi
Meet The Expert 13 - Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile Dysfunction
Session starts at 08:00 22-May

Mark R Postma
Oral Communication: The curious case of growth hormone
Postoperative use of somatostatin analogs and mortality in patients with acromegaly.
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Mark Vanderpump
Symposium 28: Endocrinology Meets Immunology
Immunotherapy Related Endocrinopathies
Session starts at 14:45 22-May

Martin Fassnacht
European Society of Endocrinology Clinical Practice Guidelines on the Management of Adrenocortical Carcinoma in Adults, in collaboration with the European Network for the Study of Adrenal Tumors
Therapy of advanced ACC
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Martin Fassnacht
European Society of Endocrinology Clinical Practice Guidelines on the Management of Adrenocortical Carcinoma in Adults, in collaboration with the European Network for the Study of Adrenal Tumors
Introduction to ENSAT Guidelines
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Massimo Terzolo
European Society of Endocrinology Clinical Practice Guidelines on the Management of Adrenocortical Carcinoma in Adults, in collaboration with the European Network for the Study of Adrenal Tumors
Adjuvant therapy
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Maxime Kwapich
Oral Communication: Genetic and environmental determinants of obesity and insulin resistance
Visceral fat assessment in lamin A/C mutation carriers: Phenotype-Genotype correlation
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Mercedes del Rio-Moreno
Oral Communication: Novel insights into prediabetes and type 2 diabetes
Dietary intervention modulates the expression of the splicing machinery in patients at high-risk of type 2 diabetes development: clinical implications
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Mesut Savas
Oral Communication: Genetic and environmental determinants of obesity and insulin resistance
Anthropometric measurements and metabolic syndrome in relation to glucocorticoid receptor polymorphisms in (local) corticosteroid users
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Michael Hauschild
Nurses symposium & panel discussion: Bridging the Gap: models of care transitioning endocrine patients for paediatric to adult-oriented care
Key Note Speaker: Principles and models of Transition – an overview
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Michal Gershinsky
Oral Communication: Cardiovascular aspects of endocrine diseases
Increased Risk of Antithyroid Drug-induced Agranulocytosis with Amiodarone
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Michal Kršek
Meet The Expert 2 - Acromegaly: Optimal management after surgery
Acromegaly: Optimal management after surgery
Session starts at 08:00 20-May

Michal Lotem
Symposium 28: Endocrinology Meets Immunology
Concept of Immunotherapy in Cancer
Session starts at 14:45 22-May

Mihail Zilbermint
Oral Communication: Cardiovascular aspects of endocrine diseases
ARMC5 variants and risk of hypertension in African Americans: Minority Health-GRID study
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Milos Zarkovic
Symposium 1: Predicting events in autoimmune thyroid disease
New scores for the prediction of Graves' disease
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Mireia Jordà

Mirjana Sumarac-Dumanovic
Symposium 18: Borderline testosterone and metabolic outcomes among sexes: clinical relevance
Relevant therapies in PCOS
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Monica Marazulea
Debate 2 - Receptor profiling is useful for predicting pituitary therapy
Against - Receptor profiling is useful for predicting pituitary therapy
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Mrs Manuela Brösamle
Endo-ERN: concrete examples of added value for patient care
Patient and family perspectives
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Murat Erdogan
Symposium 16: Changing practice in the management of thyroid neoplasms
Composite approach in the evaluation and management of thyroid nodule
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Narjes Nasiri-Ansari
Oral Communication: Cardiovascular aspects of endocrine diseases
Canagliflozin attenuates the progression of atherosclerosis via reducing hyperlipidaemia and inflammation process in ApoE KO Mice
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Natasha Appelman
Symposium 12: Why do fractures occur in endocrine disorders and how should they be handled?
Bone quality evaluation in Pituitary diseases
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Nicola Napoli (Italy)
Symposium 12: Why do fractures occur in endocrine disorders and how should they be handled?
Increased fracture rate in diabetes and obesity      
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Nicolaas Van de Wee
Symposium 26: Cortisol: Too much of a Good Thing
Hypercortisolism and the Brain
Session starts at 14:45 22-May

Nicolas Kalfa
Symposium 30: Disorders of Sexual Development (DSD)
Atypical Genital Development and Hypospadias: a Pediatric Urology perspective from Etiology to Surgery
Session starts at 14:45 22-May

Nicolás Olea
Debate 6: Endocrine disruptors: Regulatory vs. Scientific Perspectives
SCIENCE - Endocrine disruptors: Regulatory vs. Scientific Perspectives
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Niels Grarup
Symposium 2: Salt and Sweet
Sweet preference induced by FGF21
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Niels Jørgensen
Symposium 9: European academy of andrology/ESE Session: Male gonadal function versus general health and vice versa
Semen parameters as biomarkers of general health  
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Niels Moeller
Symposium 24: Ups and downs of hypothalamo-pituitary hormones
How Do Hypopituitary Patients Deal with Stress?
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Nigel Glynn
Meet The Expert 15 - Your emergency consult about hyponatraemia
Your emergency consult about hyponatraemia
Session starts at 08:00 22-May

Niki Karavitaki
Nurses MDT symposium: Immunotherapy: The Good, The Bad and Witty
The Bad - Immunotherapy-induced Endocrinopathy
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Nikolaos Nikolaou
Oral Communication: Genetic and environmental determinants of obesity and insulin resistance
5β-reductase (AKR1D1) is a potent regulator of hepatic insulin sensitivity, carbohydrate and lipid metabolism in vitro and in vivo
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Noora Kotaja
Symposium 5: The role of sperm epigenome in fertility and inheritance
The quality control of the male germline transcriptome
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Olaf Dekkers
European Society of Endocrinology Clinical Practice Guidelines on the Management of Adrenocortical Carcinoma in Adults, in collaboration with the European Network for the Study of Adrenal Tumors
Methods
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Olaf Hiort
Endo-ERN: concrete examples of added value for patient care
Caring for endocrinology across the life span: DSD and Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Outi Mäkitie
Symposium 8: Bone fragility – from bench to clinic
Clinical spectrum of new monogenic forms of osteoporosis
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Paolo Giacobini
New Scientific Approach 4 - 3D visualisation of the HPG axis in mice and humans
3D visualisation of the HPG axis in mice and humans
Session starts at 14:00 21-May

Patimat Khandaeva
Oral Communication: MicroRNAs as biomarkers in endocrine diseases
Plasma microRNA expression in patients with Cushing’s disease differs from ACTH-ectopic Cushing’s syndrome.
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Patrice Mollard
Symposium 24: Ups and downs of hypothalamo-pituitary hormones
How Does Pituitary Release its Hormones?
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Paul Michael Yen
Symposium 7: Expanding the spectrum of thyroid hormone use
New applications of thyroid hormones, analogs, and metabolites in non-alcoholic fatty liver
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Per Hellman
Debate 1 - Adrenal venous sampling vs. imaging for primary aldosteronism: beware of the caveats!
For - Adrenal venous sampling vs. imaging for primary aldosteronism: beware of the caveats!
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Peter Arner
Symposium 22: The fatty bone
Cross-talk between bone marrow and periperal adipose tissue in man
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Peter Igaz
New Scientific Approach 5 - Circulating miRNAs in Endocrine Tumours
Circulating miRNAs in Endocrine Tumours
Session starts at 13:30 22-May

Philip Yeoh
Nurses professional development, networking session and oral/poster presentations
Comparison of glucose, peak growth hormone & peak cortisol levels during insulin tolerance test with two different doses
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Philippe Bouchard
Plenary 1: Contraception: Past and future
Contraception: Past and future
Session starts at 19:25 19-May

Philippe Chanson
Clinical Endocrinology Trust Lecture - Growth Hormone: not too much...not too less!
Growth Hormone: not too much...not to less!
Session starts at 17:15 21-May

Pierre Val
Symposium 17: Primary Adrenal Macronodular Hyperplasia
Adrenal development and benign tumor formation
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Pirjo Nuutila
Symposium 13: The colours of fat
Brown Adipose Tissue Imaging
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Punith Kempegowda
Symposium 15: European Young Endocrine Scientists (EYES) New aspects in the study of neuroendocrine diseases
Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor Induced Hypophysitis – Experiences from the United Kingdom
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Rachel Powell
Nurses MDT symposium: Immunotherapy: The Good, The Bad and Witty
The Good- Overview and Indications of Immunotherapy in Oncology
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Rachida Rafiq
Oral Communication: Genetic and environmental determinants of obesity and insulin resistance
Associations of different body fat deposits with serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentrations
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Rafael Simo
Plenary 4 - The Retina as a Window for Exploring the Brain in Diabetes
The Retina as a Window for Exploring the Brain in Diabetes
Session starts at 08:45 21-May

Renata Frazao
Oral Communication: Novel aspects of puberty development and Cushing's disease
Growth hormone signaling in leptin receptor expressing cells, but not in Kiss1 expressing neurons, regulates the timing of puberty
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Riccarda Granata
Symposium 24: Ups and downs of hypothalamo-pituitary hormones
Peripheral Activities of Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone (GHRH)
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Riccardo Bonadonna
Symposium 23: Pre-diabetes
Treatment of pre type 2 diabetes
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Rossella Elisei
Symposium 16: Changing practice in the management of thyroid neoplasms
New classification and guidelines in differentiated thryroid cancers
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Rossella Libe
Symposium 17: Primary Adrenal Macronodular Hyperplasia
Genetics of Primary Adrenal Macronodular Hyperplasia: when and what to test
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Ruben Nogueiras
Symposium 14: Neuroendocrine basis of reproductive disorders
Metabolic-reproductive interactions: From bench to bedside
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Sabine Costagliola
New Scientific Approach 6 - Functional thyroid in the dish
Functional thyroid in the dish
Session starts at 13:30 22-May

Sabrina Corbetta
Oral Communication: Genomic and clinical aspects of endocrine tumours
IncRNAs profiling reveals epigenetic heterogeneity among human parathyroid tumor
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Scott Akker
Symposium 21: The Dance of Adrenal and Gonads
Management of phaeochromocytoma during pregnancy
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Sharon Munn
Debate 6: Endocrine disruptors: Regulatory vs. Scientific Perspectives
REGULATORY - Endocrine disruptors: Regulatory vs. Scientific Perspectives
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Sherwin Crisseno
Nurses MDT symposium: Immunotherapy: The Good, The Bad and Witty
The Witty - The Role of Endocrine Nurse in Managing Patients with Immunotherapy-induced Endocrinopathy
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Silviu Sbiera
Oral Communication: Clinical practice in endocrine tumours: combining conventional and molecular features
Update in the genetic landscape of Cushing’s Disease: TP53 and a new deubiquitinase in spotlight
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Simona Galoiu
Oral Communication: The curious case of growth hormone
Time trends of mortality in patients with GH secreting and non-functioning pituitary adenoma.
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Sof Andrikopoulos
Publishing Workshop
Publishing ethics
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Sofia Llahana
Nurses symposium & panel discussion: Bridging the Gap: models of care transitioning endocrine patients for paediatric to adult-oriented care
Transition in Hypogonadism
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Sofia Llahana
Nurses professional development, networking session and oral/poster presentations
Welcome and update on ESE nurse activties
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Staffan Welin
Symposium 10: Hot topics in NETs
Treatment update on carcinoid syndrome and carcinoid heart disease
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Stefan Groeneweg
Symposium 7: Expanding the spectrum of thyroid hormone use
TRIAC Trial in Allan-Herndon-Dudley-Syndrome (MCT8)
Session starts at 15:15 20-May

Stefan Pilz
Meet The Expert 14 - Vitamin D for everybody
Vitamin D for everybody?
Session starts at 08:00 22-May

Stella Bernardi
Oral Communication: Novel insights into prediabetes and type 2 diabetes
Effects of TRAIL delivery on an experimental model of type 2 diabetes and diabetic nephropathy
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Stravroula Kousteni
Plenary 2 - Bone regulates the Brain
Bone regulates the Brain
Session starts at 09:15 20-May

Sun Wook Cho
Oral Communication: Thyroid from basics to clinics
Anti-tumoral effects of metformin on metastatic bone lesions of thyroid cancer
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Svetlana Vujovic
Meet The Expert 9 - Premature ovarian failure: an endocrine perspective
Premature ovarian failure: an endocrine perspective
Session starts at 08:00 21-May

Tais Silveira Assmann
Oral Communication: MicroRNAs as biomarkers in endocrine diseases
MicroRNA expression profiling and functional annotation analysis of their targets in patients with diabetic kidney disease.
Session starts at 12:00 21-May

Taneli Raivio
Meet The Expert 3 - Managing delayed puberty
Managing delayed puberty
Session starts at 08:00 20-May

Tanya Vavouri (Greece)
Symposium 5: The role of sperm epigenome in fertility and inheritance
Mechanisms of epigenetic inheritance through sperm: lessons we have learnt from model organisms
Session starts at 10:15 20-May

Tatjana Isailovic
Oral Communication: Clinical practice in endocrine tumours: combining conventional and molecular features
Clinical and histopathological differences between MEN1 carriers and MEN1 phenocopy patients
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Tatjana Isailovic
Symposium 15: European Young Endocrine Scientists (EYES) New aspects in the study of neuroendocrine diseases
Introduction to EYES
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Thomas L. Clemens
Symposium 27: Emerging treatments in osteoporosis
Molecular basis of bone anabolism
Session starts at 14:45 22-May

Tilman Rachner
Symposium 27: Emerging treatments in osteoporosis
Novel therapies: PTH-related protein and sclerostin inhibition
Session starts at 14:45 22-May

Tim Korevaar
UEMS session - Session of the European Union of Medical Specialists Section of Endocrinology
UEMS 3E Grant Presentation: Endocrine disruptors and thyroid function during pregnancy
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Tim Schulz
Symposium 22: The fatty bone
Marrow adipose tissue and skeletal health
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Tina Dusek
Meet The Expert 8 - Hormone replacement for the travelling patient
Hormone replacement for the travelling patient
Session starts at 08:00 21-May

Tiziana Feola
Oral Communication: The curious case of growth hormone
Effects of Pegvisomant on Glucose Metabolism in Acromegaly: A Meta-analysis of Prospective Interventional Studies
Session starts at 11:30 22-May

Tracy Ann Williams

Ulla Feldt-Rasmussen
Debate 3: Subclinical hypothyroidism is a disease
AGAINST - Subclinical hypothyroidism is a disease
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Ulrich Boehm
Symposium 14: Neuroendocrine basis of reproductive disorders
Developmental wiring of GnRH neurons
Session starts at 10:15 21-May

Valeria Alcantara & Adam Brown
Meet The Expert 1 - Using diabetes technologies to improve pateint self care
Using diabetes technologies to improve pateint self care
Session starts at 08:00 20-May

Violeta Heras
Oral Communication: Look who is controlling your gonads!
Novel Role of Central Ceramide Signaling in Mediating Obesity-Induced Precocious Puberty
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

William Cawthorn
Symposium 22: The fatty bone
Bone marrow adipose tissue: starving for attention?
Session starts at 09:45 22-May

Wouter de Herder
Publishing Workshop
How to select your journal and submit your paper
Session starts at 15:15 21-May

Zhanna Belaya
Symposium 27: Emerging treatments in osteoporosis
Sequential and combination therapy for osteoporosis
Session starts at 14:45 22-May