Calendar

Oct
29
Mon
International Symposium IMPROCUSH-3 @ LMU Munich
Oct 29 – Oct 30 all-day

International Symposium IMPROCUSH-3 Improving Outcome in Cushing’s Syndrome 3: October 29 – 30, 2018.
LMU
Munich

!! Congress Registration deadline: October 15, 2018 !!

 

Programme for download:

Download “Improcush 3 - PROGRAMME” Improcush-III.21.09.2018.pdf – Downloaded 3 times – 987 KB

 

Events
– ‘3. Deutscher Hormontag‘: September 15, 2018 9am – 1pm. LMU Munich, Department of Medicine IV, Ziemssenstr. 1
– International Symposium IMPROCUSH-3 Improving Outcome in Cushing’s Syndrome 3: October 29 – 30, 2018. Munich (abstract submission deadline September 30, 2018)

Lectures
02|10|2018
PD Dr. Andreas Lechner ‘Does pancreatic fat impair beta cell function?’ Diabetes Center, Department of Medicine IV, University Hospital, LMU Munich
23|10|2018
Prof. Dr. Klaus Georg Parhofer ‘Cholesterol: the Good, the Bad, and the Unknown’, Department of Medicine IV, University Hospital, LMU Munich
06|11|2018
Dr. Cynthia Andoniadou ‘Pituitary stem cells in physiology and disease’ Craniofacial Development & Stem Cell Biology, King’s College London
20|11|2018
Dr. Katharina Schilbach ‘Determinants of pituitary growth hormone secretion in health and disease’, Department of Medicine IV, University Hospital, LMU Munich
04|12|2018
Prof. Dr. Susanna Hofmann TBD, Institute of Diabetes and
Regeneration Research, Helmholtz Zentrum München German Research Center for Environmental Health
18|12|2018
Prof. Dr. Nicole Reisch ‘Progress in CAH’, Department of Medicine IV, University Hospital, LMU Munich
Sneak peek 2019
19|02|2019
Prof. Dr. Eckhard Wolf: ‘Genetically tailored pigs as models for diabetes research and organ donors for xenotransplantation’ Gene Center and Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Animal Breeding and Biotechnology, LMU Munich
09|04|2019
Prof. Dr.Thomas Gudermann: ‘Maintenance of body homeostasis by TRP channels’, Walther Straub Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology, LMU Munich

Details

Time: 2:15pm – 3:15pm Location: seminar room 2 /,Ärztecasino‘, Ziemssenstr. 1, Munich

Nov
14
Wed
BeWISE 2018 – Women in Science and Engineering @ TU Dresden
Nov 14 – Nov 16 all-day

Date

14/11/2018 – 16/11/2018

Schedule 1st Day
10:30 am   Registration
11:20 am   Welcome Prof. Dr. Antonio M. Hurtado
11:30 am   Welcoming speech Dr. Eva-Maria Stange
11:45 am   Opening Lecture Prof. Dr. Brigitte Voit
12:15 am   Light meal
01:00 pm   Workshops
WS 1 Networking for scientists
WS 2 Publishing throughout the Postdoc Phase: How to Publish Good Texts
WS 3 Time- and Life Management
05:30 pm    Dinner (Restaurant VEN)
07:30 pm    Fireplace Talks

Schedule 2nd Day
09:00 am    Workshops
WS 1 Female Power! Communication Training for Women in Science
WS 2 Appointment Training for Future Professors
WS 3 Leadership
WS 4 Career Planning (in- and outside of academia)
12:00 pm     Lunch
01:00 pm     continuing of WS 1-4
05:45 pm     Closing remarks

Schedule 3rd Day
09:00 am   Coaching for Junior Scientists
–            Coaching – Appointment Training for Future Professors
01:00 pm   Coaching – Professional Career

Nov
21
Wed
Core Group Meeting @ Florenz
Nov 21 all-day

Core Group Meeting: 21.11.2018 in Florenz

Planning of 2019

 

*Detailed information coming up soon*

Nov
22
Thu
ENSAT 22.-23.11 @ Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Careggi, Auditorium CTO
Nov 22 – Nov 23 all-day

Dear friends and ENS@T members,

It is our pleasure to invite you to attend the 17th ENS@T Scientific Meeting which will be held in Florence.

As tradition, the program will include scientific contributions as oral or poster presentations on the four traditional areas of ENS@T interest: adrenocortical carcinoma (ACC),pheochromocytoma/ paraganglioma (PPGL), aldosterone producing adenomas  (APA) and non-aldosterone producing adrenocortical adenomas (NAPACA) including adrenal Cushing’s and adrenal incidentaloma. The update on the collaborative projects as well as the proposals for new ones are planned during the Working Group meetings which are scheduled separately in order to permit the participation to each of them. A consistent time (1 hour and a half) is reserved for poster presentation and discussion. We have also tried to allow an appropriate discussion after the oral presentations reserving 5 minutes for each. Finally, at the end of the meeting, we have planned the presentation and discussion on the forthcoming ENS@T ACC guidelines.

We hope to replicate the highly interactive, stimulating, friendly and collaborative atmosphere which has characterized the previous ENS@T meetings and we are confident that the scientific level will be as high as in the tradition of the ENS@T Scientific Community.  

For more details please visit the ENSITE website.

 

UPDATE: Abstract submission is open until 13th of October 2018 midnight, however all abstracts submitted between 30th of September and 13th of October will be considered only for poster presentations!