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Progress in Primary Aldosteronism “PiPA-6”

The International Symposium Progress in Primary Aldosteronism 6 will take place in Munich from October 14st to October 15st, 2019.International experts in the field of endocrinology will present their latest research during this symposium. The meeting is dedicated to primary aldosteronsim (PA)It will offer sessions for free communications, presented during poster sessions. 5 Travel Grants […]

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Registrations and abstract submissions for the 7th International ACC Meeting 2019 are open!!

Abstracts can now be submissioned and registered for the Adrenal Cancer Symposium. This can be done through the website at :acc2019.wordpress.com Registration fee:= 300 € (incl. VAT) for established scientists / medics = 180 € (incl. VAT) for students/post-docs. The registration fee covers access to the entire meeting, breakfasts, coffee breaks, lunches and gala diner. […]

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Nature Reviews Endocrinology

We proudly announce that our scientists Prof. Stefan R. Bornstein and Cynthia L. Andoniadou have been published in “Nature Reviews of Endocrinology”. They comment on “Novel medications inducing adrenal insufficiency”.   Various commonly used medications in the treatment of chronic diseases or malignancies have been found to induce adrenal insufficiency. For example CYP3A4 inhibitors, Opioids and immune […]

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HMR Issue 7/2019: Pheochromocytoma

Prof. Stefan Bornstein is happy to announce the special issue of HMR dealing with “Pheochromocytomas”, which is a catecholamine- producing tumor arising from chromaffin cells of the adrenal gland. Their goal is to provide updates on the endocrine neoplasm.  https://www.thieme-connect.com/products/ejournals/issue/10.1055/s-009-43516 Please find the open access articles below.  “An Update on the Histology of Pheochromocytomas: How […]

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In memoriam: Suzanne Eaton

We are all deeply shocked by the tragic demise of our dear colleague and friend Suzanne Eaton. She was one of the leading and outstanding scientists at the MPI-CBG and TU Dresden. In her impressive life she had not only built a successful career for herself, but was also instrumental in making Dresden one of […]

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PPGL Workgroup starts in July

CRC/TRR205 PPGL workgroup  The CRC/TRR205 PPGL workgroup aims to improve interaction and collaboration between all groups working on PPGL within the CRC/TRR205. Specifically, it is anticipated to coordinate research strategies/experiments efficiently and to share data and materials more easily. For the first conference call each group will prepare slides summarizing ongoing projects to give a short […]

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Job offer- LMU Clinic Munich

Prof. Dr. Martin Reincke at the LMU Clinic Munich is looking for a bright and self-reliant scientific officer to coordinate national and european third-party funded projects. The position is available asap and offers a multifaceted insight into the administration of translational adrenal science. For detailed information on the application please visit http://www.klinikum.uni-muenchen.de/Stellenanzeigen/de/index.html.

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The Center for Adrenal Disease – specialists for high blood pressure

Two days focusing on the treatment of adrenal diseases. The Center for Adrenal Disease (Nebennierenzentrum) at the Universitätsklinikum Carl Gustav Carus in Dresden informed on two consecutive days about the profile of the center.  On the first day, 26.06.2019, Dr. Georgiana Constantinescu explained her colleagues of the Medical Clinic III. Patients with primary or resistant […]

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