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Scientific programme - 42nd ELC meeting

This year the programme will include the following topics selected by the organising committee based on submitted abstracts.

  • Vessel wall
  • Brain & bugs
  • Lipoproteins
  • Lipid & droplets
  • Adipose tissue
  • Fatty liver
  • Bile acids
These topics will be discussed at the meeting over four days. New for this year is that the programme starts already on Monday afternoon at 14:00 with two sessions prior to the Keynote Lecture at 20:00 on September 09, 2019.

To the Preliminary programme overview >>

The programme will be based on the abstracts accepted for oral presentation. The full programme will be available in August and a printed programme will be available onsite for registered delegates only.

Info for presenters

Oral presenters:

Oral presenters will have 15 minutes for the presentation, and 5 minutes for discussion. The programme will be on a very tight schedule, so you must remain within the stipulated time. A detailed printed programme, including the abstracts, will be available on site.

-Please prepare a Powerpoint presentation with no more than 15 slides with simple messages.
-Please bring the presentation on a USB-stick as there will be no time to run from personal laptops.
-For MAC USERS: Please make sure beforehand that your presentation works on PC.

Poster presenters:

-The size of the posters should be portrait A0 (841 mm width x 1189 mm height).
Poster presentations will take place during the Wine & Poster Science session on Tuesday evening.


Keynote Lecture


 We are pleased to welcome Keynote Lecturer

 Professor Ira Tabas
 New York, USA


 Inflammation resolution and efferocytosis in atherosclerosis
 

 

Other invited speakers:

    Professor Kees Hovingh
  Amsterdam, The Netherlands

  Genes: guidance in lipid-targeted therapy
 
  Professor Rosalind Coleman
  Chapel Hill, NC, USA

  Cell organization and lipid metabolism

  Professor Fredrik Karpe
  Oxford, UK

 The link between adiposity, adipose tissue function and
 cardiovascular disease


   Dr. Adil Mardinoglu
 Stockholm, Sweden

  The use of systems biology in the treatment of fatty liver disease


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