Society for Endocrinology BES (SfEBES) 2015 Edinburgh

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  • We are delighted to share with you the details of the Society for Endocrinology BES 2015 conference, held on November 2 – 4, 2015 at the International Conference Centre (EICC), situated in the heart of the historic city of Edinburgh, Scottland, United Kingdom.

    Since 1946, the Society has served as the UK voice of endocrinology by advancing scientific and clinical education and research. Attracting a diverse audience of scientists, clinicians and nurses, from trainees to Nobel Prize winners, SfE BES is firmly established as a key event in the endocrine calendar. International experts across the breadth of endocrinology will deliver a wealth of presentations at SfE BES 2015 in the form of plenary lectures, symposia, oral communications and workshops.

    We have maintained the quality, quantity and diversity of sessions, including 9 plenary lectures and 12 symposia covering a range of translational topics to suit clinicians, scientists and nurses.

    This year, we are pleased to announce a new session, ‘A year in..’, taking place on Wednesday. This year’s session focuses on worldwide progress into Type 2 diabetes.

    As in previous years, there will be two sessions for Nurses, whilst our Senior Endocrinologists will benefit from having their own dedicated symposium. In addition, there will be a Debate, four Clinical Management Workshops and an Applied Physiology Workshop. This year sees the introduction of three Futures Workshops, focussing on developing clinical and scientific careers within endocrinology. Our two Skills Workshops have been developed by the Public Engagement Committee and the Early Career Steering Group and focus on working with the media and communicating science effectively. Don’t forget the poster viewing sessions where you are encouraged to network and discuss all of the latest developments in endocrinology.

    Confirmed Speakers

    • Amit Allahabadia (Sheffield)
    • Simak Ali (London)
    • Wiebke Arlt (Birmingham, UK)
    • Richard Auchus (Ann Arbor, MI, USA)
    • John Ayuk (Birmingham)
    • Steve Ball (Newcastle upon Tyne)
    • Tom Barber (Warwick)
    • Louise Bath (Edinburgh)
    • Felix Beuschlein (Munich, Germany)
    • Sarah Blackford (Lancaster)
    • Kristien Boelaert (Birmingham)
    • Louise Breen (London)
    • Morris Brown (Cambridge)
    • Robert Brown (London)
    • Moray Campbell (New York, NY, USA)
    • James Cannon (London)
    • Anne Cappola (Philadelphia, PA, USA)
    • Andrew Childs (London)
    • Helen Christian (Oxford)
    • Melanie Davies (London)
    • Colin Dayan (Cardiff)
    • Waljit Dhillo (London)
    • William Drake (London)
    • Frank Duca (Toronto, Canada)
    • Jane Evanson (London)
    • Chona Feliciano (Birmingham)
    • Gary Frost (London)
    • Jacqueline Gilbert (London)
    • Anne-​Paule Gimenez-​Roqueplo (Paris, France)
    • Thomas Giordano (Ann Arbor, MI, USA)
    • Neil Gittoes (Birmingham)
    • Gillian Gray (Edinburgh)
    • Jo Grey (Kent)
    • Ashley Grossman (Oxford)
    • Mark Gurnell (Cambridge)
    • Gordon Hager (Bethesda, MD, USA)
    • Geoffrey Hammond (Vancouver, Canada)
    • Neil Hanley (Manchester)
    • Kate Hardy (London)
    • Nick Harvey (Southampton)
    • Eef Hogervorst (Loughborough)
    • Anthony Hollenberg (Boston, MA, USA)
    • Natalie Homer (London)
    • Riekelt H. Houtkooper (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
    • Louise Izatt (London)
    • Frederic Jaisser (Paris, France)
    • Jon Johnston (Surrey)
    • Partha Kar (Portsmouth)
    • Alexei Kharitonenkov (Bloomington, IN, USA)
    • Parisut Kimkool (Cambridge)
    • Karen Miller (MA, USA)
    • Carla Moran (Cambridge)
    • Annice Mukherjee (Manchester)
    • Helen Murphy (Cambridge)
    • John Newell-​Price (Sheffield)
    • Victoria Parker (Cambridge)
    • Nicola Peel (Sheffield)
    • Robin Peeters (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
    • Petros Perros (Newcastle upon Tyne)
    • Nelly Pitteloud (Lausanne, Switzerland)
    • Marysia Placzek (Sheffield)
    • Randall J. Platt (Boston, MA, USA)
    • Julia Prague (London)
    • Richard Quinton (Newcastle upon Tyne)
    • Rebecca Reynolds (Edinburgh)
    • Mario Salvi (Milan, Italy)
    • Peter Selby (Manchester)
    • Robert Semple (Cambridge)
    • Matthew Simmonds (Oxford)
    • Francesca Spiga (Bristol)
    • Helen Spoudeas (London)
    • Paul Stewart (Leeds)
    • Raj Thakker (Oxford)
    • Christina Thirlwell (London)
    • Christopher Thompson (Dublin, Republic of Ireland)
    • Jeremy Tomlinson (Oxford)
    • Andrew Toogood (Birmingham)
    • Doug Turnball (Newcastle upon Tyne)
    • Helen Turner (Oxford)
    • Bijay Vaidya (Exeter)
    • Mark Vanderpump (London)
    • Erwin Wagner (Madrid, Spain)
    • Nick Wareham (Cambridge)
    • Tony Weetman (Sheffield)
    • Wilmar Wiersinga (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
    • Graham Williams (London)
    • Karen Winer (Bethesda, MD, USA)
    • Kym Winter (St Albans)
    • Morag Young (Clayton, Australia)
    • Faiez Zannad (Nancy, France)

    Conference Topics

    The abstract should be no longer than 300 words (including numbers and symbols). Authors must select one category for their abstract from the following list, and indicate this category clearly on your submission:

    • Bone
    • Clinical biochemistry
    • Clinical practice, governance and case reports
    • Cytokines and growth factors
    • Growth and development
    • Neoplasia, cancer and late effects
    • Nursing practice
    • Obesity, diabetes, metabolism and cardiovascular
    • Pituitary
    • Reproduction
    • Steroids
    • Thyroid

    Case reports

    Case reports will only be accepted if they illustrate something significantly new or especially unusual in the clinical case load of the submitting endocrine unit.

    Publication Opportunities

    If your case is accepted for presentation you will be entitled to a discounted publication in Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Case Reports, a Society for Endocrinology-​endorsed online resource (subject to peer review).

    Endocrine Abstracts

    Accepted abstracts will be published in Endocrine Abstracts, both in print and on the web, and are accepted on the understanding that the work has not been published or presented elsewhere in the same form. Authors must not submit the same research (or similar material) concurrently to any other journal or primary publication, or do so until the outcome of their submission to Endocrine Abstracts is known. Submission of an abstract assumes approval for publication in advance of the meeting. Copyright of accepted abstracts will automatically be assigned to Bioscientifica Ltd – submission indicates your agreement to this.

    Prizes and awards

    Over 20 prizes and awards will be available at SfE BES 2015. These will be presented during the conference and recognised at the SfE BES 2015 Awards Ceremony.

    In 2015 there will be a wide range of prizes for clinical and basic science presentations. If you would like to be considered for any of these awards, please indicate your interest during online abstract submission.

    • Early Career* Prize Lectures
    • Early Career* Prizes
    • Junior Poster Prize
    • Society for Endocrinology Journal Awards 2015
    • AMEND Young Investigator Award
    • Annette Louise Seal Memorial Award
    • British Thyroid Association Award
    • Clinical Endocrinology Trust Prizes

    For details please visit our prizes and awards page.

    Conference grants

    The Society for Endocrinology offers financial support to its Members to attend SfE BES 2015. Full details of how to apply and eligibility criteria can be found here.

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