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On-demand content

Delegates who are unable to attend the conference in Edinburgh will be able to register to view a selection of the event programme on-demand following the physical event taking place. You will be sent a link to access the on-demand content from SfE BES 2021 within 7 days of the physical event taking place on 8-10 November 2021. Sessions currently identified to be available on-demand are as follows, subject to updates during final programme scheduling:

 

SfE BES 75th Anniversary Lecture: “Discovery of a new hormone, leptin, and its roles in health and disease”, Professor Jeffrey Friedman (Rockefeller University, USA)

Presidential Lecture: “Elucidation of cellular oxygen sensing mechanisms: implications for medicine”, Professor Sir Peter Ratcliffe (Oxford, United Kingdom)

SfE Guidelines Session – further details to be confirmed

Session

Presentation Title

Presenter

What is New (Science)

What is New in Basic Endocrinology Research

Dr Inês Cebola (London, United Kingdom)

What is new (Clinical)

What is New in Clinical Endocrinology Research

Professor Maralyn Druce (London, United Kingdom)

Presentation Title

Presenter

How should I investigate for effect of radiotherapy on the hypothalamus and pituitary?

Dr Claire Higham (Manchester, United Kingdom)

How do I investigate a young person with a low trauma fracture?

Dr Jennifer Walsh (Sheffield, United Kingdom)

How do I use AMH in clinical practice?

Miss Ephia Yasmin (London, United Kingdom)

How do I screen an SDH gene carrier?

Dr Ruth Casey (Cambridge, United Kingdom)

How do I keep my patients with adrenal insufficiency safe?

Dr Helen Simpson (London, United Kingdom)

How do I optimise thyroid status after RAI therapy?

Professor Petros Perros (Newcastle, United Kingdom)

How do I investigate abnormal alkaline phosphatase and bone context?

Dr Rachel Crowley (Dublin, Ireland)

How do I diagnose and manage a low testotesterone in men with obesity?

Dr Richard Quinton (Newcastle, United Kingdom)

How do I manage pituitary macroadenoma in pregnancy?

Professor Rebecca Reynolds (Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

How do I screen for cardiovascular effects of cancer treatments?

Dr Arjun Ghosh (London, United Kingdom)

How do I confirm biochemical diagnosis of primary aldosteronism?

Dr Marie Freel (Glasgow, United Kingdom)

How do I approach isolated hypothyroxinaemia?

Dr Carla Moran (Dublin, Ireland)

Session

Presentation Title

Presenter

Clinical Management Workshop: Pituitary challenges: prompt, practical and post-op

Apoplexy

Dr Niki Karavitaki (Birmingham, United Kingdom)

Clinical Management Workshop: Pituitary challenges: prompt, practical and post-op

Acute Cushing's

Dr Paul Carroll (London, United Kingdom)

Clinical Management Workshop: Pituitary challenges: prompt, practical and post-op

Post op management

Mr Simon Cudlip (Oxford, United Kingdom)

Clinical Management Workshop: Widening perspective on reproductive health

Endometrial health - the role of the specialist menstrual disorders service

Dr Jackie Maybin (Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

Clinical Management Workshop: Widening perspective on reproductive health

Optimising health outcomes following gender reassignment

Dr Leighton Seal (London, United Kingdom)

Clinical Management Workshop: Widening perspective on reproductive health

Healthy heart In Turner Syndrome

TBC

Session

Presentation Title

Presenter

Basic Physiology Workshop: New techniques and approaches

Applying cryo-EM to understanding the structure and dynamics of GPCRs

Professor Patrick Sexton (Monash University, Australia)

Basic Physiology Workshop: New techniques and approaches

SC analysis and heterogeneity of hypothalamic neurons

Dr Giles Yeo (Cambridge, United Kingdom)

Basic Physiology Workshop: New techniques and approaches

What you need to know about immunometabolism

Professor Triantafyllos Chavakis (Dresden, Germany)

Basic Physiology Workshop: Model systems

Modelling diabetes using iPSCs and adult derived organoids

Dr Rocio Sancho (London, United Kingdom)

Basic Physiology Workshop: Model systems

Thyroid regeneration using iPSC

Dr Gavin Bewick (London, United Kingdom)

Basic Physiology Workshop: Model systems

Organ on a Chip

TBC

Session

Presentation Title

Presenter

Clinical Skills: Genetics for the Endocrinologist

The Geneticist's Perspective

TBC

Clinical Skills: Genetics for the Endocrinologist

The Endocrinologist's Perspective

Dr Paul Newey (Dundee, United Kingdom)

Session

Presentation Title

Presenter

Basic Skills: Grants and teaching

Grants

TBC

Basic Skills: Grants and teaching

Teaching

Dr James Moss (London, United Kingdom)

Session

Presentation Title

Presenter

British Thyroid Association Pitt Rivers Lecture

Role of thyroid hormone transporters in brain development and function

Prof. Dr. rer. Nat. Heike Heuer (Essen, Germany)

Society for Endocrinology Starling Medal Lecture

Strategies to turn up the heat - investigating human brown adipose tissue function

Professor Roland Stimson (Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

Dale Medal Lecture

Title TBC

Professor Sadaf Farooqi (Cambridge, United Kingdom)

Transatlantic Medal Lecture

Feast and Famine: Nuclear Receptor Control of Liver Energy Balance

Dr David D Moore (UC Berkeley, USA)

International Medal Lecture

Activation of the gp130 receptor: a panacea for the treatment of metabolic diseases?

Professor Mark Febbraio (Melbourne, Australia)

European Medal Lecture

Rethinking critical illness-induced corticosteroid insufficiency

Prof. Dr. Greet Van den Berghe (Belgium)

Clinical Endocrinology Trust Lecture

The yin and yang of hormones and glucose

Professor Marta Korbonits (London, United Kingdom)

CET Visiting Professor Lecture

Enigma of the Adrenal SHH Progenitor

Professor Garry Hammer (Ann Arbor, USA)

Society for Endocrinology Medal Lecture

Revisiting Cushing’s: The power of pre-receptor metabolism

Professor Jeremy Tomlinson (Oxford, United Kingdom)

Jubilee Medal Lecture

Cancer treatment endocrinopathies and growth hormone status throughout life

Professor Stephen Shatlet (Manchester, United Kingdom)

Nurse Session 1: Acromegaly

Nurse Session 2: The Past, Present, and Future of Endocrinology within a District General Hospital (DGH)

Nurse Session 3: Management of Endocrine Conditions in the time of COVID.

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