What not to miss at SfE BES Online
24 Aug 2020
Whilst we are not able to meet in person this year for the Society’s Annual BES Conference, we will still bring you some of the very best of the SfE BES programme in a new free-to-members virtual meeting.
Taking place digitally from 16- 20 November 2020, SfE BES Online will consist of the most exciting presentations from some of the leading experts in endocrinology. Here are our programme highlights and what we are most looking forward to.
Plenary: Society for Endocrinology International Medal Lecture - FGF21 and Nutrient Stress: Eat and Drink, But Don’t Get Too Merry, presented by Daniel Mangelsdorf (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, USA)
Plenary: Clinical Endocrinology Trust Lecture - Endocrine determinants of human fat distribution, presented by Frederik Karpe (University of Oxford, UK)
Plenary: Society for Endocrinology Starling Medal Lecture - Illuminating hormone receptors in physiology and disease, presented by Davide Calebiro (Birmingham, UK)
Presidential Lecture - G protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) molecular signalling and related pharmacology, presented by Robert Lefkowitz (Durham, North Carolina, ROW)
Plenary: Society for Endocrinology Dale Medal Lecture - Metabolic regulation of insulin secretion in health and disease, presented by Frances Ashcroft (University of Oxford Medical Sciences Division, UK)
Plenary: Transatlantic Medal Lecture - Incretins and Cardiometabolic Disease-An Inflammatory Perspective, presented by Daniel Drucker (University of Toronto Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute, Canada)
Plenary: Jubilee Medal Lecture - POMC peptides: master regulators of the stress axis and neuroendocrine pathways in energy balance, presented by Anne White (University of Manchester, UK)
Plenary: CET Visiting Professor Lecture - New Diagnostic and Therapeutic Options in Vasopressin-Dependent Fluid Disorders, presented by Mirjam Christ-Crain (University Hospital Basel, Switzerland)
Plenary: Society for Endocrinology Medal Lecture - Circadian control of inflammation and metabolism, presented by Professor David Ray (Oxford University, UK)