The ESPE Science Symposium 2022 on “Hypothalamic Dysfunction in Childhood; Understanding its etiology and developing new ways to improve outcome of children with genetic or acquired causes of hypothalamic dysfunction” will be held on 7-8 October 2022 at the Princess Maxima Center, Utrecht, the Netherlands.
There will be discussions about the etiology of genetic and acquired hypothalamic dysfunction in childhood, its consequences and new ways of management to improve outcome. In addition, the focus will be on building new networks and collaboration within ESPE and Europe, together with the patient organizations and Endo-ERN.
For young clinicians and scientists : The ESPE Science Symposium offers a maximum of 25 free places for young clinicians and scientists defined as those who are less than 8 years (full-time equivalent) since completion of doctorate training. Participants who would like to receive one of these free places are required to apply.
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