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Scientific programme - 43rd ELC meeting

This year the programme will include the following topics selected by the Organising Committee based on submitted abstracts. 

  • Liver & Steatosis
  • Cells & CVD
  • Brown Fat & Therapy
  • Adipose Tissue & Plasticity
  • Lifestyle & Cardiometabolic Health
  • Genes & Therapy
  • Adipogenesis & weight loss
  • HDL & Novel insights

These topics will be discussed at the meeting over four days. The programme starts already on Monday afternoon at 14:00 with two sessions prior to the Keynote Lecture on September 07, 2020. 

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.

Preliminary programme overview 

 

Info for presenters

Oral presenters will have 10 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.
  • - Powerpoint slides can either be prepared in standard aspect ratio (4:3) or “widescreen” aspect ratio (16:9).
  • - Please bring the presentation on an USB-stick as there will be no time to run from personal laptops.- 
  • - When using video files in the presentation, please bring a back-up on a USB-stick as compatibility issues frequently occur.
  • - For MAC USERS: Please make sure beforehand that your presentation works on PC.

 


Keynote Lecture


We are pleased to welcome Keynote Lecturer

Professor Anne Tybjaerg-Hansen

Reducing residual cardiovascular risk beyond LDL cholesterol: targets, genes, and drugs
 

 

Other invited speakers:

 

   


Zach Gerhart-Hines
Copenhagen, Denmark

Noncanonical signaling pathways that control activation of thermogenic adipose



Henriette Uhlenhaut
München, Germany

Genomic control of lipid metabolism by glucocorticoids
    


Philip W. Shaul
Dallas, USA

The ins and outs of SR-B1 function in cardiometabolic health and disease








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