SFEBES2016

09:00

09:00 - 21:00 
Registration

10:30

10:30 - 12:00 
Symposium 1: Challenges in pituitary disease
Supported by The Pituitary Foundation
Syndicate 1
Chairs: Clare Higham (Manchester) & Craig Parkinson (Ipswich)
10:30
Syndicate 1
Session starts at 10:30
S1.1
How to manage patients with acromegaly and discordant GH and IGF-I results

11:00
Syndicate 1
Session starts at 10:30
S1.2
Protons and the Pituitary: Who to treat and how it works
Ed Smith (Manchester)

11:30
Syndicate 1
Session starts at 10:30
S1.3
Quality of life in patients with pituitary disease
Nikki Karavitaki (Birmingham)

10:30 - 12:00 
Symposium 2: Grappling with the future of anti-inflammatory steroids
Next generation therapeutic strategies to improve the risk/benefit ratio of glucocorticoid drugs in inflammatory disease
Syndicate 3
Chairs: Mark Nixon (Edinburgh) & David Ray (Manchester)
10:30
Syndicate 3
Session starts at 10:30
S2.1
Designer drugs: uncoupling the beneficial and harmful effects of glucocorticoids
Karolien DeBosscher (Ghent, Belgium)

11:00
Syndicate 3
Session starts at 10:30
S2.2
Combination therapies that lighten the glucocorticoid load
Rob Newton (Calgary, Canada)

11:30
Syndicate 3
Session starts at 10:30
S2.3
Effective delivery of anti-inflammatory glucocorticoids is a matter of timing
Julie Gibbs (Manchester)

10:30 - 12:00 
Symposium 3: Osteoporosis: translating the new bone biology
The science of osteoporosis treatment
Supported by Journal of Endocrinology & Turner Syndrome Support Society (UK)
Auditorium 2
Chairs: Fadil Hannan (Liverpool) & Henry Kronenberg (Cambridge, USA)
10:30
Auditorium 2
Session starts at 10:30
S3.1
The new bone biology

11:00
Auditorium 2
Session starts at 10:30
S3.2
Inhibiting cathepsin K
Bente Langdahl (Aarhus, Denmark)

11:30
Auditorium 2
Session starts at 10:30
S3.3
Targeting Wnt signalling in osteoporosis
Socrates Papuapoulos (Leiden, The Netherlands)

10:30 - 12:00 
Practical publishing advice workshop
Syndicate 4
10:30
Syndicate 4
Session starts at 10:30
PPAW1.1
Introduction
Maralyn Druce (London)

10:35
Syndicate 4
Session starts at 10:30
PPAW1.2
The art of scientific writing
Maralyn Druce (London)

10:50
Syndicate 4
Session starts at 10:30
PPAW1.3
The peer review process and responding to reviewer comments
Colin Farquharson (Edinburgh)

11:05
Syndicate 4
Session starts at 10:30
PPAW1.4
Publishing ethics - fabrication, falsification and plagiarism
Chris McCabe (Birmingham)

11:20
Syndicate 4
Session starts at 10:30
PPAW1.5
How to increase the impact of your article
Victoria Merriman (Bristol)

11:35
Syndicate 4
Session starts at 10:30
PPAW1.6
Question & answer session

12:15

12:15 - 13:00 
Futures 1: My future career in endocrinology
Planning an endocrine career
Syndicate 4
Chair: Brian Walker (Edinburgh)
12:15
Syndicate 4
Session starts at 12:15
FUT1.1
What has endocrinology done for me?
Karim Meeran (London)

12:30
Syndicate 4
Session starts at 12:15
FUT1.2
Endocrine careers: a trainee’s view

12:45
Syndicate 4
Session starts at 12:15
FUT1.3
Why, where and when to do endocrinology research
Stephen O'Rahilly (Cambridge)

12:15 - 13:00 
Skills 1
Syndicate 1
Chairs: Konstantinos Manolopoulos (Birmingham) & Marie Freel (Glasgow)
12:15
Syndicate 1
Session starts at 12:15
SKI1.1
SCE endocrinology: everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask

12:15 - 13:00 
Meet the Expert 1: Extracellular vesicles in health and disease
Novel signalling mechanisms
Supported by Clinical Endocrinology
Syndicate 3
Chair: Charlotte Lawson (London)
12:15
Syndicate 3
Session starts at 12:15
MTE1
Extracellular vesicles in health and disease
Chris Gardiner (London)

12:15 -  
Meet the Expert 2: Society for Endocrinology guidance on the late endocrine effects of cancer treatment
Supported by Clinical Endocrinology
Auditorium 2
Chair: Andy Toogood (Birmingham)
12:15
Auditorium 2
Session starts at 12:15
MTE2
Society for Endocrinology guidance on the late endocrine effects of cancer treatment
Helen Simpson (Cambridge)

13:00

13:00 - 14:15 
Lunch & poster viewing
Exhibition Hall, Auditorium 1

13:15

13:15 - 14:15 
Industry sponsored satellite symposia
Syndicate 1 & Syndicate 3

14:15

14:15 - 14:45 
Plenary 1: Society for Endocrinology Medal Lecture
Auditorium 2
Chair: Karen Chapman (Edinburgh)
14:15
Auditorium 2
Session starts at 14:15
PL1
Understanding oestrogen receptor gene regulation in breast cancer

14:45

14:45 - 15:15 
Plenary 2: Society for Endocrinology International Medal Lecture
Auditorium 2
Chair: Simon Pearce (Newcastle upon Tyne)
14:45
Auditorium 2
Session starts at 14:45
PL2
From Genetic and Genomic to the patient

15:30

15:30 - 17:00 
Symposium 4: Advances in the genetic understanding of endocrine disease
Supported by CAH Support Group
Syndicate 1
Chairs: Anna Mitchell (Newcastle upon Tyne) & Paul Newey (Dundee)
15:30
Syndicate 1
Session starts at 15:30
S4.1
New insights in molecular genetics of congenital adrenal hyperplasia

16:00
Syndicate 1
Session starts at 15:30
S4.2
Applying new developments in the genetic understanding of inherited pituitary adenoma

16:30
Syndicate 1
Session starts at 15:30
S4.3
Somatic mutations and remodelling in hyperaldosteronism
Morris Brown (Cambridge)

15:30 - 17:00 
Symposium 5: New frontiers for Vitamin D
Syndicate 3
Chairs: Ivan Hernandez (Birmingham) & Claire Wood (Newcastle-upon-Tyne)
15:30
Syndicate 3
Session starts at 15:30
S5.1
‘Free vitamin D’: another twist in the vitamin D story?
Martin Hewison (Birmingham)

16:00
Syndicate 3
Session starts at 15:30
S5.2
Vitamin D and brain development
Daryl Eyles (Brisbane, Australia)

16:30
Syndicate 3
Session starts at 15:30
S5.3
Prevention and management of nutritional rickets; a 21st century approach

15:30 - 17:00 
Symposium 6: Why endocrinologists should pay attention to gut feelings
Supported by Endocrine Connections
Syndicate 4
Chairs: Kevin Murphy (London) & Mariana Norton (London)
15:30
Syndicate 4
Session starts at 15:30
S6.1
The vicious cycle of immune dysregulation and obesity
Donal O'Shea (Dublin, Ireland)

16:00
Syndicate 4
Session starts at 15:30
S6.2
New links between the gut endocrine system and the nervous system
Diego Bohorquez (Durham, USA)

16:30
Syndicate 4
Session starts at 15:30
S6.3
Metabolic surgery: how to choose the correct bariatric surgical option
Francesco Rubino (London)

15:30 - 17:00 
Oral Communications 1: Early Career
Auditorium 2
Chairs: Chris McCabe (Birmingham) & Wiebke Arlt (Birmingham)
15:30
Auditorium 2
Session starts at 15:30
OC1.1
Mutations in SGPL1, encoding sphingosine-1-phosphate lyase, cause a novel form of primary adrenal insufficiency with steroid resistant nephrotic syndrome
Rathi Prasad (London, UK)

15:45
Auditorium 2
Session starts at 15:30
OC1.2
11β-HSD1 deficiency modulates brain energy homeostasis during acute systemic inflammation.
Manu Verma (Edinburgh, UK)

16:00
Auditorium 2
Session starts at 15:30
OC1.3
Investigating the interaction between KNDy peptides on gonadotrophin release in humans – novel findings with therapeutic importance

16:15
Auditorium 2
Session starts at 15:30
OC1.4
The urinary steroid metabolome as a non-invasive tool to stage non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
Ahmad Moolla (Oxford, UK)

16:30
Auditorium 2
Session starts at 15:30
OC1.5
A missense mutation in the islet-enriched transcription factor MAFA leads to familial insulinomatosis and diabetes
Donato Iacovazzo (London, UK)

16:45
Auditorium 2
Session starts at 15:30
OC1.6
A time controlled b-cell specific mouse model Men1L/L/RIP2-CreER for pancreatic neuroendocrine tumours (NETs).
Roeland P Vas Nunes (Oxford, UK)

17:00

17:00 - 17:30 
Tea & coffee
Exhibition Hall, Auditorium 1

17:30

17:30 - 18:00 
Plenary 3: Society for Endocrinology Starling Medal Lecture
Auditorium 2
Chair: Karen Chapman (Edinburgh)
17:30
Auditorium 2
Session starts at 17:30
PL3
Breaking NAD+: Vitamin B3 salvage and metabolism in metabolic health

18:00

18:00 - 18:30 
Plenary 4: Society for Endocrinology Dale Medal Lecture
Auditorium 2
Chair: Graham Williams (London)
18:00
Auditorium 2
Session starts at 18:00
PL4
The ever changing facets of Cushing’s syndrome

18:30

18:30 - 19:15 
Debate
This house believes that prednisolone should be the first line for glucocorticoid replacement in adrenal insufficiency
Auditorium 2
Chair: Jeremy Tomlinson (Oxford)

Auditorium 2
Session starts at 18:30
FOR
Karim Meeran (London)


Auditorium 2
Session starts at 18:30
AGAINST
Stafford Lightman (Bristol)

19:15

19:15 -  
Welcome Reception
Exhibition Hall, Auditorium 1

19:45

19:45 - 22:00 
Early career dinner & quiz
The restaurant at The Brighton centre