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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 & Other Tissues
  • Lifestyle & Cardiometabolic Health
  • Genes & Therapy
  • Adipogenesis & weight loss
  • HDL & NMR

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. 

Final programme (PDF)


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 12 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

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