european network for adrenal tumors

 

2nd International Radboudumc Adrenal Masterclass, January 9-13, 2017, Amsterdam

  • 09 Jan 2017
  • 13 Jan 2017
  • Amsterdam

The Radboudumc Adrenal Masterclass includes state of the art lectures and workshops on clinical and pathophysiological aspects of adrenal diseases. It serves an audience of adult and pediatric endocrinologists, clinical fellows, internists and clinical chemists who are involved in the management of patients with adrenal disease. Many national and international experts contribute to an intensive program that encompasses all major adrenal disorders: hyper- and hypocortisolism, congenital adrenal hyperplasia, incidentaloma, adrenocortical cancer, pheochromocytoma/paraganglioma and primary aldosteronism. Apart from overview lectures on theoretical and practical issues, there will be interactive sessions on patient cases with challenging diagnostic and therapeutic issues.

Organizing committee: Dr. Henri Timmers, Dr. Jaap Deinum, Prof. dr. Jacques Lenders, Prof. dr. Ad Hermus, Dr. Hedi Claahsen, Prof. dr. Fred Sweep, Dr. Hans Langenhuijsen
Location: Mercure Hotel Amsterdam City, Joan Muyskenweg 10, 1096 CJ Amsterdam.
Accreditation: CME / Dutch societies of internal medicine and pediatrics
For more information and registration: www.radboudumcadrenalcenter.nl
Het Radboudumc staat geregistreerd bij de Kamer van Koophandel in het handelsregister onder nummer 41055629.
The Radboud university medical center is listed in the Commercial Register of the Chamber of Commerce under file number 41055629.

Retrospect to the 15th ENSAT meeting in Birmingham Nov 2016

The 15th ENS@T scientific meeting was held at the University of Birmingham and chaired by Wiebke Arlt.
Attendees came from 22 countries to participate in the two day conference, which began on  the Friday at the Everyman Cinema, Mailbox, where there was a packed programme of oral presentations.  Delegates enjoyed networking in the evening  at the Festive Awards Dinner in the Banqueting Suite, Council House, Birmingham.
Day 2 was held at the Medical School, University of Birmingham and consisted of working groups, oral communications and guided poster sessions.  There was also  a parallel patient strand programme in collaboration with ACC Support UK. Patients attending this meeting were given the opportunity to join the conference for some of the sessions.
The meeting is entirely submission-driven and science from the whole of Europe and beyond was presented, focussing on the four different entities, non-aldosterone producing adrenocortical adenoma (NAPACA), adrenocortical carcinoma (ACC), phaeochromocytoma (PHAEO) and primary aldosteronism (APA).
In addition to ENSAT, the conference was supported by the European Society of Endocrinology, HRA Pharma, Millendo Therapeutics and Alta Bioscience.

PHOTOS FROM THE MEETING

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