The ENEA workshop on ‘Hyperprolactinemia and other endocrine causes of infertility’ will take place on September 7–9, 2017 in Saint Petersburg. The workshop invites experts from all over the world to present the latest updates on the epidemiology, genetics, treatment and management of comorbidities in an interactive environment.
The ENEA is offering to all ENEA members 15 travel grants worth EUR 750 each. In addition the abstracts submitted by young endocrinologists & researchers will be evaluated by the ENEA Young Investigator Committee and the best will be invited as speakers to present their work in Saint Petersburg. Continue reading
The third meeting of the International Consortium for Fibrous Dysplasia will be held this year in Leiden, the Netherlands, from November 15th-17th 2017. Similar to the previous meetings, the main objectives of this meeting are:
- to review and update the clinical managment of Fibrous Dysplasia/MAS
- to encourage the interaction between basic scientists with clinicians of various specialities and patient advocacy groups.
The European Ombudsman, Emily O’Reilly, celebrated the range and quality of the nominations for the Award for Good Administration in a ceremony in Brussels on Thursday.
Launched in October, the Award attracted 90 nominated projects from the main EU institutions as well as many agencies and other bodies.
Prizes were awarded in 7 categories with the overall Award for Good Administration 2017 going to the Commission’s DG Health whose nominated unit developed EU collaboration in the sharing of vital information and expertise to help millions of Europeans suffering from rare diseases. Continue reading
The 60th International Days of Clinical Endocrinology (Henri-Pierre-KLOTZ) will take place on June 8th and June 9th 2017 in Paris, France. Theme of the conference will be “From the shortest to the tallest”. Continue reading
The 3rd international symposium on the Calcium Sensing Receptor (CaSR) will take place from May 11th to May 13th in Florance, Italy.
The symposium will bring together basic, translational and clinical scientists from different disciplines who study the molecular biology, physiology, and pathophysiology of the CaSR and clinical disorders of CaSR function. Continue reading
The 3rd DSDnet Training School will take place from September 28th to September 30th in Budapest, Hungary as a postgraduate level course. The DSDnet Training School 2017 is under the topic: “Promoting Research in DSD”.
The Training School is aimed at Professionals from COST Countries in their early stages of career, from a medical or a scientific background. Continue reading
The European Reference Networks for rare and complex diseases (ERNs) were officially installed on 9 March 2017 at the 3rd conference on Rare diseases in Vilnius, Lithuania. The first General Assembly (GA) of the European Reference Network on Rare Endocrine Conditions (Endo-ERN) was held on Monday 27 March 2017, in Leiden, The Netherlands.
The purpose of this first annual meeting was first to inform and update all members and other stakeholders on the mission, structure, and governance of Endo-ERN, and subsequently to approve the current application by the members via voting in order to be officially operational, and finally to attain contribution of each Health Care Provider (HCP) to the pre-defined deliverables, as specified in the grant application. Continue reading
CAPITAL (CAre for PITuitary Adenoma Leiden) organizes on June 8th and June 9th a multidisciplinary workshop for pituitary tumor specialists.
The 6th International DSD symposium will take place in Copenhagen on June 29th – July 1st 2017. This event has been awarded up to 15 credits by EAC-CME.
The outline programme with confirmed invited speakers is available on the symposium website. Continue reading
Some information and links on “Cross-border Healthcare” added to the Endo-ERN website.