ECE2019

Alberto Davalos
Debate 4: MicroRNAs as hormones?
AGAINST: MicroRNAs as hormones?
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Alberto Pereira Arias
Endo-ERN Session - Lunch Hub
Introduction and update on Endo-ERN
Session starts at 13:00 20-May

Alejandro Lomniczi
Symposium 2: Trends in Puberty
Exploring the Epigenetic Landscape of Puberty
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Alexandre Buffet

Anca Bucur
New Scientific Approach 4
When will AI take over from the endocrinologist?
Session starts at 14:00 20-May

Andrea Giustina
Putting Endocrinology on the Map – The voice of 3.111 endocrine clinicians and researchers
Introduction: Why Policy and Advocacy matters, also to endocrinology - Includes methodology, response, demographics
Session starts at 08:00 19-May

Andrea Giustina
Putting Endocrinology on the Map – The voice of 3.111 endocrine clinicians and researchers
Closing remarks and discussion
Session starts at 08:00 19-May

Andrea Isidori
Symposium 3: Circadian clocks: from pathophysiology to chronomedicine
Fixing the Broken Clock in Adrenal Disorders
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Andrea Lovdel
Symposium 15: European Young Endocrine Scientists (EYES) - Organ cross-talk in endocrine disease
Investigating glucocorticoids as the mechanism behind bone marrow adiposity expansion during caloric restriction
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Andrea Messina
Symposium 18: Congenital Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism: New insights into GnRH Regulation
Flipping the GnRH switch with microRNAs
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Andrea Widmer

Andrzej Januszewicz
Meet The Expert 3: Adrenal and Neuroendocrine Tumours
The management of primary aldosteronism
Session starts at 08:00 19-May

Angel Nadal
Symposium 7: Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals
Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Diabetes Mellitus
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Angelica Lindén Hirschberg
Symposium 29: Endocrine controversies in sport
Female hyperandrogenism and elite sport
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Anna Ferrulli
Oral Communications 6: Obesity 1
Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation modulates body temperature in obesity
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Anna Hawkins (UK)

Anne Barlier

Anne Skakkebæk
Meet The Expert 9: Reproductive Endocrinology
Co-morbidities in Klinefelter syndrome
Session starts at 08:00 20-May

Anneke van den Beukel
Putting Endocrinology on the Map – The voice of 3.111 endocrine clinicians and researchers
The early-career perspective
Session starts at 08:00 19-May

Anne-Simone Parent
Symposium 2: Trends in Puberty
Endocrine disruptors in puberty
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Ansgar Heck
Nurses Session 4: Parathyroid Disorders
Hypoparathyroidism: Aetiology, diagnosis and challenges in management
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Antonella Forlino
Symposium 21: Rare Bone Disorders
Animal model of bone fragility
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Arnaud Jannin
Oral Communications 6: Obesity 1
Fat mass impact of Sirolimus after clinical islet transplantation, a case control study
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Ashley Castellanos
Symposium 15: European Young Endocrine Scientists (EYES) - Organ cross-talk in endocrine disease
Role of hypothalamic bile acid-TGR5 signaling in the regulation of energy balance
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Ashley Castellanos
Oral Communications 6: Obesity 1
Role of hypothalamic bile acid-TGR5 signaling in the regulation of energy balance
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Athanasios Fountas
Oral Communications 3: Cushing's and acromegaly
Outcomes after primary treatment for Nelson’s syndrome: a study from 13 UK centres
Session starts at 12:00 19-May

Barbara Obermayer-Pietsch
Debate 5: Should we treat young osteoporotic patients
AGAINST: No, we shouldn't treat young osteoporotic patients
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Beata Malachowska
Symposium 15: European Young Endocrine Scientists (EYES) - Organ cross-talk in endocrine disease
Lysophosphatidic acid in pathogenesis of HNF1B-MODY syndrome
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Benjamin Bouillet
Symposium 15: European Young Endocrine Scientists (EYES) - Organ cross-talk in endocrine disease
The role and cross-talk between incretin hormones and occurrence of Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Bernard Lerer
Symposium 26: Impact of thyroid disease on...
Role of thyroid hormones in the pathogenesis and treatment of psychiatric disorders
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Bettina Winzeler
Oral Communcations 13: Anteria and posteria pituitary
Arginine-stimulated Copeptin Measurements - A new Test for Diabetes Insipidus
Session starts at 11:30 21-May

Birgitte Bentz Damholt
Oral Communcations 13: Anteria and posteria pituitary
Pharmacokinetics of somapacitan in individuals with hepatic impairment: an open-label, parallel group, phase 1 study
Session starts at 11:30 21-May

Birte Nygaard
Debate 2: T4 is not enough
FOR: Yes, T4 is not enough
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Bruce Blumberg
Symposium 7: Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals
Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Obesity
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Carlos Celis-Morales
Symposium 20: News on Nutrition: When to eat what
Precision Nutrition for managing obesity – Does it work?
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Carola Zillikens
Symposium 10: Cancer drug-induced osteoporosis
Aromatase inhibitors and bone
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Carsten Carlberg
New Scientific Approach 5
Genome-wide effects of vitamin D on chromatin
Session starts at 13:30 21-May

Chris Yedinak (USA), Lisa Shepherd (UK) Sheila Khawaja (Italy)

Christelle de la Fouchardiere (France)
Nurses Session 1: Immuno-oncology (IO) meets Endocrinology
Overview of Immunotherapy: Indications and adverse effects
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Christophe De Block
Meet The Expert 1: Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism
The road from flash and continuous glucose monitoring towards closed loop systems in diabetes
Session starts at 08:00 19-May

Christopher McCabe
Symposium 1: Thyroid in cancer
Iodine refractoriness in thyroid cells
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Claudio Marcocci
Symposium 10: Cancer drug-induced osteoporosis
TSH-suppressive therapy and bone
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Claus H Gravholt
Meet The Expert 8: Reproductive Endocrinology
Co-morbidities in Turner syndrome
Session starts at 08:00 20-May

Claus H. Gravholt
Oral Communications 14: Sex Hormones
The pattern of cancer occurrence in Turner syndrome
Session starts at 11:30 21-May

Cristina Ronchi
Oral Communications 10: Adrenal 1
Cyclin Dependent Kinase 4 as promising drug target in adrenocortical carcinoma
Session starts at 11:30 21-May

Cynthia Andoniadou
Symposium 17: Where Do Pituitary Tumours Come From
Pertubations in novel signalling pathways
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Cyrille Confavreux
Meet The Expert 12: Calcium and Bone
Fracture risk prediction in benign and tumoral bone: new insights
Session starts at 08:00 21-May

Daisy Crispim

Dale Abel
Symposium 30: Personalised medicine in diabetes and obesity
Mechanisms for Cardiovascular Complications of Diabetes – Implications for Personalized Therapy
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Daniel Morganstein (UK)
Nurses Session 1: Immuno-oncology (IO) meets Endocrinology
Immunotherapy-induced Endocrinopathies: Assessment, Management and Monitoring
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Danielle Steenvoorden

David Lopez Rodriguez

David Ray
Symposium 3: Circadian clocks: from pathophysiology to chronomedicine
Circadian control of glucocorticoid function
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

David Unuane
Symposium 16: Thyroid in pregnancy
Thyroid autoimmunity and fertility
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Davide Carvalho
Meet The Expert 7: Pituitary and Neuroendocrinology
Non functional Pituitary Tumours - not always easy
Session starts at 08:00 20-May

Deborah Levie
Symposium 16: Thyroid in pregnancy
Thyroid disease and offspring development
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Denise Robertson
Symposium 20: News on Nutrition: When to eat what
Is limiting the timing of food intake a viable nutritional approach?
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Djuro Macut
ESE Council of Affiliated Societies Session
Mapping Endocrinology in Europe - ECAS report
Session starts at 12:00 19-May

Dorte Glintborg
Oral Communications 14: Sex Hormones
Thyroid diseases in Danish women with polycystic ovary syndrome.
Session starts at 11:30 21-May

Eckhard Wolf
Meet The Basic Scientist 2
Genetically tailored pig models in translational endocrine and metabolic research
Session starts at 08:00 20-May

Eda Ertorer
Meet The Expert 10: Reproductive Endocrinology
NCAH and Female reproduction
Session starts at 08:00 20-May

Edit Buzás
Debate 4: MicroRNAs as hormones?
FOR: MicroRNAs and extracellular vesicles as hormones?
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Elena Rapizzi

Elisabeth Winter
Symposium 28: Vitamin D - non-skeletal effects in RCTs
Vitamin D and its metabolites
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Elizabeth S. Baranowski

Elizabeth Winter
Oral Communications 12: Endocrine Connections 2
Weekly shifts in light-dark cycle disrupt circadian clock gene expression in bone and reduce bone turnover
Session starts at 11:30 21-May

Emanuel Christ
Symposium 14: Innovations in NETs
Innovative imaging of insulinoma: The end of sampling…
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Emilie Merlen
Oral Communications 12: Endocrine Connections 2
Long-term follow-up of antitumoral immunotherapy- induced hypophysitis in Lille hospital, France
Session starts at 11:30 21-May

Emilio Ros
Symposium 20: News on Nutrition: When to eat what
PREDIMED Plus trial - energy-restricted Mediterranean diet plus exercise and metabolic health
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Emmanuele A Jannini
Symposium 8: Gender dysphoria
Psychoendocrinology Of Gender Dysphoria
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Erin C. Hanlon
Special Symposium: ESE, the International Society of Endocrinology and the Endocrine Society Joint Session - OK, so that’s why; more insight into the ins and outs of obesity - 4th Joint Global Symposium on Obesity
Sleep Deficiency: A Pathway to Obesity
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Esben Søndergaard
ESE Young Investigator Awards and Jens Sandahl Christansen Awards Ceremony
The metabolic effects of SGLT2 inhibitors – Does the increase in ketone bodies protect the heart?
Session starts at 16:30 21-May

Eva- Marie Erfurth
Symposium 12: Craniopharyngioma; a challenging tumour to treat and a difficult aftermath
How to manage the long-term consequences of hypothalamic damages
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Eystein Husebye
Symposium 19: Adrenal Insufficiency
New insights into autoimmune adrenal insufficiency
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Federica Saponaro

Felipe Casanueva
Special Symposium: ESE, the International Society of Endocrinology and the Endocrine Society Joint Session - OK, so that’s why; more insight into the ins and outs of obesity - 4th Joint Global Symposium on Obesity
Social economic impact of the globesity pandemic
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Felix Beuschlein
Putting Endocrinology on the Map – The voice of 3.111 endocrine clinicians and researchers
The research view of Endocrinology in Europe
Session starts at 08:00 19-May

Fereidoun Azizi
Symposium 16: Thyroid in pregnancy
Thyroid disease and pregnancy outcomes
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Fernando Fernandez-Aranda
Controversies Session: Food addiction in humans: to be or not to be?
Food addiction in humans: to be or not to be?
Session starts at 12:00 19-May

Frank Tuttelmann
Symposium 27: What's new in reproductive endocrinology?
Large scale genetic studies in male infertility
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Gabor Tamas
New Scientific Approach 3
Intelligent image based in situ single cell isolation
Session starts at 14:00 20-May

George J. Kahaly
Plenary 6
Treatment strategies for Graves orbitopathy
Session starts at 08:50 21-May

George Mastorakos
ESE Council of Affiliated Societies Session
Centres of special interest - how could we move on?
Session starts at 12:00 19-May

Géraldine Vitellius

Giles Yeo
Symposium 13: Central Control of Metabolism: Brain rules all
Genetics of appetite regulation
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Giovanni Tulipano
Symposium 22: The Pituitary As Metabolic Sensor
How treatments with endocrine & metabolic drugs influence pituitary cell function?
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Giovanni Vitale
Symposium 14: Innovations in NETs
Fishing for NETs
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Graeme Eisenhofer
Symposium 9: Controversies in adrenal disease
Metanephrines - plasma or urine?
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Graham Roberts
UEMS Session
Update on European Exam in Endocrinology
Session starts at 11:30 21-May

Graham Williams
Symposium 26: Impact of thyroid disease on...
Bone
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Guadalupe Sabio

Guan Wang
Symposium 29: Endocrine controversies in sport
Omics to fight doping
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Gudmundur Johannsson
Symposium 19: Adrenal Insufficiency
Long-term results of slow acting glucocorticoids - are they really better?
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Guillaume Assie
Symposium 24: What's new in the Adrenal Cortex?
New genes, new understanding, new therapy
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Günter K. Stalla
Plenary: Geoffrey Harris Award Lecture
Translational research in pituitary disease
Session starts at 17:45 18-May

Halfdan Sorbye
Symposium 14: Innovations in NETs
A role for radionuclide therapy for high-grade NETs
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Hannah Nieto
Oral Communications 9: Thyroid 1
Novel driver mutations in thyroid cancer recurrence
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Heide Siggelkow
Oral Communications 1: Calcium and Bone
Renal Function in 711 patients with Hypoparathyroidism during more than 4 years of therapy
Session starts at 12:00 19-May

Henri Timmers
Debate 1: Surgical treatment of phaeochromocytoma - query pre-treatment?
FOR: Surgical treatment of phaeochromocytoma - query pre-treatment?
Session starts at 15:15 19-May

Hervé Lefebvre
Plenary 5
Paracrine regulation of the adrenal cortex
Session starts at 17:20 20-May

Houaria Guenoun, Marie-Frédérique Leal and Carole Chanson (France)
Nurses Session 3: Professional Development
Parallel Workshops - MY DIABBY – Improving skills and competence in diabetes education
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Hubert Vidal
Symposium 5: Microbiota as new treatment for diabetes and metabolic disease
Human gut microbiome: hopes, threats and promises
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Hye Soo Chung
Oral Communications 11: Diabetes 2
Implications of circulating Meteorin-like (Metrnl) level in human subjects with type 2 diabetes
Session starts at 11:30 21-May

Iacopo Chiodini
Symposium 24: What's new in the Adrenal Cortex?
Autonomous cortisol secretion has cardiovascular consequences
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Irene Lambrinoudaki
Symposium 27: What's new in reproductive endocrinology?
Menopause and cardiovascular risk
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Isabelle Beau

J. Nicholas Betley
Symposium 13: Central Control of Metabolism: Brain rules all
All optics in the metabolic brain
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Jacques Drouin
Symposium 17: Where Do Pituitary Tumours Come From
Specification of cell fate
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Jacques Young
Symposium 18: Congenital Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism: New insights into GnRH Regulation
Congenital Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism: Clinical Perspectives
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

James Hennessey
Debate 2: T4 is not enough
AGAINST: No, T4 is enough
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Jean Baptiste Fini
Symposium 7: Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals
Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Thyroid
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Jean Christophe Lifante
Nurses Session 4: Parathyroid Disorders
Parathyroid Surgery: Indications and Consequences
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Jean Claude Souberbielle
Symposium 28: Vitamin D - non-skeletal effects in RCTs
How and when to measure Vitamin D
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Jeff Holly
Special Symposium: ESE, the International Society of Endocrinology and the Endocrine Society Joint Session - OK, so that’s why; more insight into the ins and outs of obesity - 4th Joint Global Symposium on Obesity
Obesity gives you cancer: the bigger picture!
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Jens Bollerslev
Plenary: European Hormone Medal Lecture
Monogenic Bone Disorders as a Model for Novel Treatment of Osteoporosis
Session starts at 09:20 20-May

Jerome Bertherat
Putting Endocrinology on the Map – The voice of 3.111 endocrine clinicians and researchers
The clinical view of Endocrinology in Europe
Session starts at 08:00 19-May

Jiang-Ning Zhou

Jochen Seufert
Symposium 30: Personalised medicine in diabetes and obesity
Curing diabetes with alternatives: bariatric surgery
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

John Wilding
Symposium 30: Personalised medicine in diabetes and obesity
New avenues for novel drugs to treat obesity
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

John-Olov Jansson
Meet The Basic Scientist 3
The “Gravitostat” – How does it relate to hormones?
Session starts at 08:00 21-May

Josef Koehrle (Germany)

Juan M Jiménez-Vacas
Oral Communications 5: Adrenal 2
SF3B1 as novel target for the treatment of multiple endocrine-related cancers
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Juleen R. Zierath
Plenary 4
Exercise training in the management of T2D
Session starts at 08:50 20-May

Julio Abucham
Meet The Expert 16: Interdisciplinary Endocrinology
Is it all in your head or just in the lab?
Session starts at 08:00 21-May

Justine Defreyne
Oral Communications 14: Sex Hormones
The effect of testosterone therapy on serum oestradiol levels in transgender men
Session starts at 11:30 21-May

Kassim Javaid
Symposium 21: Rare Bone Disorders
Osteogenesis imperfecta throughout life
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Katharina M Main
Symposium 11: EDCs and reproduction
Mitigating against endocrine disruption in pregnancy
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Ken Ong

Keren Bahar Halpern
New Scientific Approach 2
Single cell spatial reconstruction of endocrine organs
Session starts at 14:00 19-May

Kirsty Walters
Symposium 27: What's new in reproductive endocrinology?
Dissecting Androgens in PCOS
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Lars Gormsen
Meet The Basic Scientist 1: Interdisciplinary Endocrinology
New tracers for PET in humans and rodents: Hopes, aims and current evidence
Session starts at 08:00 19-May

Lars Rejnmark

Laura Bessiène
Oral Communications 7: Endocrine Connections
Thyroid hormones are new key regulators of glucocorticoid metabolism
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Laura De Graaff
Meet The Expert 14: Interdisciplinary Endocrinology
How multidisciplinary care and tailor-made transition save lives of young adults with Prader-Willi syndrome
Session starts at 08:00 21-May

Laura Fugazzola
Symposium 1: Thyroid in cancer
What is the value of molecular markers in nodules
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Laurence Dumeige
Oral Communications 12: Endocrine Connections 2
Epigenetic Programming of Transgenerational Hypertension in Preterm Birth Mice
Session starts at 11:30 21-May

Laurence Leenhardt
Meet The Expert 5: Thyroid
Risk classification of thyroid nodules by ultrasound and indications for FNA
Session starts at 08:00 19-May

Lucie Renault
Oral Communications 8: Reproduction 1
AMH is a predictive factor for successful sperm retrieval in non-mosaic Klinefelter syndrome patients
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Mai C. Arlien-Søborg

Marc Claret
Symposium 13: Central Control of Metabolism: Brain rules all
Role of mitochondria/cell bioenergetics in CNS regulation of energy balance
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Marco Medici
Symposium 6: A better life with thyroid hormone
Prediction of the thyroid axis set-point
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Maria Carolina Salerno
Symposium 6: A better life with thyroid hormone
Subclinical hypothyroidism in children
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

María Insenser
Symposium 23: PCOS: Can we personalise treatment?
Gut brain axis
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Maria L M Barreto-Chaves
Symposium 26: Impact of thyroid disease on...
Cardiac hypertrophy
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Maria Stelmachowska-Banas
Symposium 4: Immunology and endocrinology
Clinical: Immunotherapy and endocrine disease
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Marianne Klose
Meet The Expert 15: Pituitary and Neuroendocrinology
To what degree does hypopituitarism exist after TBI?
Session starts at 08:00 21-May

Mariasara Persano

Mario Neou
Oral Communcations 13: Anteria and posteria pituitary
Pan-genomic classification of Pituitary Adenomas
Session starts at 11:30 21-May

Marta Baraia-Etxaburu Astigarraga
Oral Communications 4: Thyroid 2
Subclinical hypothyroidism throughout pregnancy in TPOAb positive pregnant women
Session starts at 12:00 19-May

Martin Bidlingmaier
Meet The Expert 16: Interdisciplinary Endocrinology
Is it all in your head or just in the lab?
Session starts at 08:00 21-May

Martin Schlumberger
Symposium 1: Thyroid in cancer
New paradigms in the treatment of low risk thyroid cancer
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Martin Walz
Debate 1: Surgical treatment of phaeochromocytoma - query pre-treatment?
AGAINST: Surgical treatment of phaeochromocytoma - query pre-treatment?
Session starts at 15:15 19-May

Martina Rauner
Symposium 10: Cancer drug-induced osteoporosis
Mechanisms of skeletal metastasis (could be induced by breast cancer or prostate cancer or both)
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Martine Cools
Symposium 8: Gender dysphoria
Gender Dysphoria –management of puberty
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Matthias Laudes
Symposium 5: Microbiota as new treatment for diabetes and metabolic disease
Targeted Microbiome Intervention for handling insulin resistance
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Max Nieuwdorp
Symposium 5: Microbiota as new treatment for diabetes and metabolic disease
Fecal transplantation: Myth or reality
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Mercedes Robledo
Symposium 9: Controversies in adrenal disease
The do's and don'ts of genetic testing in phaeochromocytoma
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Michael O’Reilly
Symposium 23: PCOS: Can we personalise treatment?
Implicating androgen excess in metabolic disease in PCOS
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Michal Kasher Meron
Oral Communications 6: Obesity 1
Lipolysis Defect in White Adipose Tissue and Rapid Weight Regaining
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Miguel López
ESE Young Investigator Awards and Jens Sandahl Christansen Awards Ceremony
Role of hypothalamic AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) in the central regulation of energy balance
Session starts at 16:30 21-May

Mirjam Christ-Crain
Plenary: European Journal of Endocrinology Award Lecture
New approaches in the differential diagnosis of Diabetes insipidus
Session starts at 18:20 18-May

Mojca Jensterle Sever
Symposium 23: PCOS: Can we personalise treatment?
Treatment options in cardiometabolic PCOS phenotype
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Moncef Benkhalifa
Symposium 11: EDCs and reproduction
Oocytes, Pesticides and IVF
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Narjes Nasiri-Ansari
Oral Communications 2: Diabetes 1
Empagliflozin attenuates the progression of atherosclerosis in APO-E knockout mice
Session starts at 12:00 19-May

Nicolas Morel-Journel
Symposium 8: Gender dysphoria
Gender reassignment surgery in dysphoria
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Nicole Reisch
Meet The Expert 4: Adrenal and Neuroendocrine Tumours
Management of a life-long disease in CAH
Session starts at 08:00 19-May

Nils Krone
Symposium 19: Adrenal Insufficiency
Optimising care delivery in Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Nuria Guanabens
Meet The Expert 11: Calcium and Bone
Shifting treatment paradigms in osteoporosis
Session starts at 08:00 21-May

Olaf Dekkers

Olivera Casar-Borota
Debate 3: Pituitary Pathology: Do we care?
FOR: Yes, we care about pituitary pathology
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Olle Kämpe
Symposium 4: Immunology and endocrinology
Transitional: The diagnostic value of autoimmune antibodies in endocrine disorders
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Panagiotis Filis
Symposium 25: Late breaking
Maternal smoking and high BMI disrupt thyroid gland development
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Paolo Forni
Symposium 18: Congenital Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism: New insights into GnRH Regulation
GnRH migration and vomeronasal neurons
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Patrick Fénichel
Symposium 11: EDCs and reproduction
Testicular germ cell cancer: role of fœtal exposure to endocrine disruptors
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Patrizio Caturegli
Symposium 4: Immunology and endocrinology
Basic: Immunotherapy and endocrine disease
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Paul Sibilia
Oral Communications 4: Thyroid 2
Cardiac and vascular characteristics of thyroid hormone resistance syndrome in France
Session starts at 12:00 19-May

Pauline Campos
New Scientific Approach 6
Brain imaging in conscious mice
Session starts at 13:30 21-May

Pedro Marques

Peter Aldiss
Symposium 15: European Young Endocrine Scientists (EYES) - Organ cross-talk in endocrine disease
Welcome and Introduction to EYES
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Peter Kamenicky
Symposium 17: Where Do Pituitary Tumours Come From
From Lab to Clinic - Can we translate into effective therapeutics
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Pierre Bouloux
Meet The Expert 13: Interdisciplinary Endocrinology
Flushing, blushing and sweating
Session starts at 08:00 21-May

Pim de Ronde
Symposium 29: Endocrine controversies in sport
Performance enhancing drugs in young males
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Prudencio Sáez-Martínez
Oral Communications 12: Endocrine Connections 2
Neuronostatin and GPR107 system: a novel therapeutic circuit in Prostate Cancer.
Session starts at 11:30 21-May

Rachel Crowley
Nurses Session 4: Parathyroid Disorders
Hyperparathyroidism: Evidence-based screening and management
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Radu Mihai
Symposium 9: Controversies in adrenal disease
Is there a role for subtotal adrenalectomy
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Raul Luque
Symposium 22: The Pituitary As Metabolic Sensor
Bidirectional interrelationship between growth hormone and metabolism
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Renato Pasquali, Felipe Casanueva, Olaf Dekkers, Martin Haluzik, Severine Ledoux, Ferruccio Santini
Guidelines Session: ESE Clinical Practice Guidelines on the Endocrine Work-up in Obesity
Topics: 'Hormonal alterations in obesity', 'Thyroid dysfunction', 'Hypercortisolism', 'Gonadal dysfunction' & 'cther hormones'
Session starts at 15:00 20-May

Rima Smith

Roberto Vettor
Meet The Expert 2: Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism
Long-term endocrine-metabolic effects of bariatric surgery: do the benefits really outweigh the risks?
Session starts at 08:00 19-May

Rosario Pivonello
Oral Communications 3: Cushing's and acromegaly
Osilodrostat provides clinical benefit over 48 weeks in patients with Cushing disease: Results from the LINC 3 study
Session starts at 12:00 19-May

Ruth Casey
Oral Communications 1: Calcium and Bone
Genetic testing for hereditary hyperparathyroidism in a large UK cohort
Session starts at 12:00 19-May

Ruth Northway (UK)
Nurses Session 2: Meet the Nurse Expert
Nursing Approach To The Holistic Care of Patients with Intellectual Disability
Session starts at 12:00 19-May

Sabrina Corbetta
Oral Communications 1: Calcium and Bone
MENIN AND EZH2 ACTIVITIES MODULATE THE EXPRESSION OF THE LONG NON-CODING RNA HAR1B IN PARATHYROID TUMORS
Session starts at 12:00 19-May

Sasha Howard
Symposium 2: Trends in Puberty
Genetic basis in puberty
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Serge Ferrari
Debate 5: Should we treat young osteoporotic patients
FOR: Yes, we should treat young osteoporotic patients
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Shelley Harris

Sherwin Criseno (UK)
Nurses Session 1: Immuno-oncology (IO) meets Endocrinology
The Role of the Endocrine Nurse in Managing Patients with Immunotherapy-induced Endocrinopathies
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Simon Pearce
Symposium 6: A better life with thyroid hormone
Subclinical hypothyroidism in the elderly
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Sofia Llahana (UK)
Nurses Session 3: Professional Development
Update from the ESE Nurses Working Group, future projects and presentation of Poster Awards
Session starts at 15:00 19-May

Sofia Llahana (UK), Anne Marland (UK) and Johan Beun (The Netherlands)

Stefan Wudy
New Scientific Approach 1
Steroidomics
Session starts at 14:00 19-May

Stephanie Puget
Symposium 12: Craniopharyngioma; a challenging tumour to treat and a difficult aftermath
The view of the surgeon: When, how much and when to refrain from surgery?
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Susan Webb
Plenary: Clinical Endocrinology Trust Lecture
How can patients perception of outcome be improved after controlling pituitary disease?
Session starts at 16:50 20-May

Suvi Virtanen
Symposium 28: Vitamin D - non-skeletal effects in RCTs
Vitamin D and Type 1 Diabetes
Session starts at 14:30 21-May

Sven Schlaffer
Debate 3: Pituitary Pathology: Do we care?
AGAINST: No, we don't care about pituitary pathology
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Takashi Yoshimura
Symposium 3: Circadian clocks: from pathophysiology to chronomedicine
Light Up Your Sex Life!
Session starts at 10:20 19-May

Tareq A. Juratli
Symposium 12: Craniopharyngioma; a challenging tumour to treat and a difficult aftermath
New potential treatment alternatives in patients with papillary craniopharyngioma
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Thomas Cuny
Symposium 15: European Young Endocrine Scientists (EYES) - Organ cross-talk in endocrine disease
Closing remarks
Session starts at 10:20 20-May

Tomaz Kocjan
Meet The Expert 6: Calcium and Bone
Primary Hyperparathyroidism: Surgical vs Medical Therapy
Session starts at 08:00 20-May

Tracy Williams
Symposium 24: What's new in the Adrenal Cortex?
Primary hyperaldosteronism: does our treatment work?
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Ulrich Schweizer
Oral Communications 9: Thyroid 1
Direct evidence for disulfides in the mechanism of deiodinase 1
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Valentina Pautasso
Oral Communications 9: Thyroid 1
Resistance to thyroid hormone alpha associated with early-onset severe NASH
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Valérie Cormier-Daire
Symposium 21: Rare Bone Disorders
New perspectives on the treatment of skeletal dysplasia
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Victor Navarro
Symposium 22: The Pituitary As Metabolic Sensor
Kiss1 as integrator of endocrine and metabolic function in the hypothalamic-pituitary axis
Session starts at 09:50 21-May

Volha V. Zhukouskaya
Oral Communications 7: Endocrine Connections
HIGHER DOSE OF BUROSUMAB IS NEEDED FOR TREATMENT OF CHILDREN WITH SEVER FORMS OF X-LINKED HYPOPHOSPHATEMIA
Session starts at 12:00 20-May

Yasmine Kemkem
Oral Communications 9: Thyroid 1
Deciphering the origin of the sexually dimorphic thyrotropin secretion in mouse models.
Session starts at 12:00 20-May