SFEBES2019

    07:30 - 17:30 
    REGISTRATION
    08:30 - 09:00 
    Plenary 7: British Thyroid Association Pitt-Rivers Lecture
    08:30

    Session starts at 08:30
    Thyroid cancer genomics, differentiation state and response to radioiodine

    09:00 - 09:30 
    Plenary 8: CET Visiting Professor Lecture
    09:00

    Session starts at 09:00
    Cushing’s syndrome as a model of endocrine tumorigenesis
    Jérôme Bertherat (Paris, France)

    09:35 - 10:20 
    Clincal Skills: Being a consultant - How to get the job and keep it
    09:35

    Session starts at 09:35
    How to get the consultant post you want
    Christine May (Oxford, UK)

    09:50

    Session starts at 09:35
    How to approach your first job plan - Get it right first time/How to get the job you want
    Nicola Zammitt (Edinburgh, UK)

    10:05

    Session starts at 09:35
    How do I set up a new service?
    Andrew Lansdown (Cardiff, UK)

    09:35 - 10:20 
    Basic Skills: Introduction to teaching
    09:35

    Session starts at 09:35
    Getting started in undergraduate teaching; what, when and how?
    Andrew Childs (London, UK)

    09:57

    Session starts at 09:35
    Challenging students and difficult supervisors; how to supervise students effectively when things go wrong. 

    09:35 - 10:20 
    Teaching Skills: Innovations in teaching
    09:35

    Session starts at 09:35
    New approaches to effective teaching

    09:57

    Session starts at 09:35
    Innovative teaching exercise

    10:20 - 10:50 
    TEA & COFFEE
    10:50 - 12:20 
    Symposium 4: Thyroid hormone a key regulator in inflammation?
    10:50

    Session starts at 10:50
    Thyroid hormone inhibits lung fibrosis 
    Antonio Bianco (Chicago, USA)

    11:20

    Session starts at 10:50
    Thyroid hormone regulation of Inflammation 
    Anne van der Spek (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

    11:50

    Session starts at 10:50
    TED novel agents how they work and how to use them CIRTED MINGO papers

    10:50 - 12:20 
    Symposium 5: Stress – The rhythm of life
    10:50

    Session starts at 10:50
    The interplay between stress, biological clocks and metabolic function
    Henrik Oster (Lübeck, Germany)

    11:20

    Session starts at 10:50
    Dynamic of Adrenal in health and disease
    Francesca Spiga (Bristol, UK)

    11:50

    Session starts at 10:50
    The Endocrinology of Sleep
    Eve Van Cauter (Chicago, USA)

    10:50 - 12:20 
    Symposium 6: New horizons in neuro-endocrine disease
    10:50

    Session starts at 10:50
    Preclinical drug studies for MEN1 NETs
    Simona Grozinsky-Glasberg (Hadassah, Israel)

    11:20

    Session starts at 10:50
    Using genetics to inform on pharmalogical targeting of NETs
    Andrea Frilling (London, UK)

    11:50

    Session starts at 10:50
    Molecular endocrine imaging in occult de novo or recurrent pituitary disease
    Mark Gurnell  (Cambridge, UK)

    12:25 - 13:10 
    Meet The Expert 4
    12:25

    Session starts at 12:25
    Fighting liver fat
    Jeremy Cobbold ( Oxford, UK)

    12:47

    Session starts at 12:25
    Fighting liver fat
    Jeremy Tomlinson (Oxford, UK)

    12:25 - 13:10 
    Meet The Expert 5
    12:25

    Session starts at 12:25
    Novel Epigenetic inhibitors
    Chas Bountra (Oxford, UK)

    12:25 - 13:10 
    Meet The Expert 6
    12:25

    Session starts at 12:25
    What have we learned from HR-pQCT?
    Jennifer S. Walsh (Sheffield, UK)

    13:10 - 14:15 
    LUNCH, EXHIBITION & POSTERS
    14:15 - 15:15 
    Endocrine Network Session 1
    14:15 - 15:15 
    Endocrine Network Session 2
    14:15 - 15:15 
    Endocrine Network Session 3
    14:15 - 15:15 
    Endocrine Network Session 4
    14:15 - 15:15 
    Endocrine Network Session 5
    14:15 - 15:15 
    Endocrine Network Session 6
    14:15 - 15:15 
    Endocrine Network Session 7
    15:15 - 16:15 
    Reports on Endocrinology
    15:15

    Session starts at 15:15
    GIRFT Getting it Right First Time in endocrinology
    John Wass (Cambridge, UK)

    15:45

    Session starts at 15:15
    SfE/ABCD/DUK - diabetes and endocrinology consultant workforce survey: results from 2018’
    Stella George (Stevenage, UK)

    15:15 - 16:45 
    Clinical Management Workshop 2: Hyperparathyroidism
    15:15

    Session starts at 15:15
    Management of primary hyperparathyroidism in pregnancy
    Rebecca Reynolds (Edinburgh, UK)

    15:45

    Session starts at 15:15
    Genetic testing in hyperparathyroidism across the ages- who to test and why
    Soo-Mi Park (Cambridge, UK)

    16:15

    Session starts at 15:15
    Challenges in recurrent hyperparathyroidism
    Neil Gittoes (Birmingham, UK)

    15:15 - 16:15 
    Basic Physiology Workshop: Imaging endocrinology from networks to organelles
    15:15

    Session starts at 15:15
    In vivo imaging of endocrine cell networks
    Patrice Mollard (Montpellier, France)

    15:45

    Session starts at 15:15
    Spatial programming of GPCR signalling
    Aylin Hanyaloglu (London, UK)

    16:15

    Session starts at 15:15
    Optogenetic techniques for the control of mitochondrial metabolism

    16:50 - 17:30 
    Plenary 9: Society for Endocrinology Medal Lecture
    16:50

    Session starts at 16:50
    Sex steroids and the endometrium: dynamics and disorders
    Philippa Saunders (Edinburgh, UK)

    17:30 - 18:00 
    Plenary 10: Society for Endocrinology Jubilee Medal Lecture
    17:30

    Session starts at 17:30
    Pituitary cells alive: hormone genes pulsing on and off
    Julian Davis (Manchester, UK)