Tue 17 March

07:15 - 08:00 
Clinical Expert 1: Thyroid eye disease (clinical evaluation and classification – EUGOGO)
P Perros (Newcastle-upon-Tyne)
Supported by Clinical Endocrcinology
Queen's Suite 1
Chair: M Vanderpump (London)
07:15 - 08:00 
Clinical Expert 2: Delayed puberty
J Kirk (Birmingham)
Supported by Clinical Endocrinology
Queen's Suite 2
Chair: J Wales (Sheffield)
08:15 - 10:15 
Symposium 3: What's WNT? - a novel signaling pathway in endocrinology
Although widely established as a critical regulator of development, the Wnt signaling pathway has only recently been identified as a major regulator of endocrine cell function.
Queen's Suite 1
Chairs: M Dattani (London) & R Fowkes (London)
08:15
S18
08:45
S19
09:15
S20
09:45
S21
08:15 - 10:15 
Clinical Management Workshop 2: Improving mortality and morbidity in pituitary disease
Patients suffer and die early after treatment of pituitary disease-How to improve outcomes
Supported by the Clinical Endocrinology
Main Auditorium
Chairs: J Ahlquist (Southend) & V Moyes (London)
10:15 - 10:45 
Coffee
Hall Q
10:40 - 10:45 
What the Research Network can do for you
J Wilding (Liverpool)
10:45 - 11:25 
Society for Endocrinology Dale Medal Lecture
Main auditorium
Chair: J Wass (Oxford)
S2
11:25 - 11:30 
New funding opportunities for biochemical and clinical research
UK research funding has recently been reorganised to ensure that there are opportunities for all researchers in basic science, translational medicine and clinical trials. These will be discussed
Main Auditorium
R Thakker (Oxford)
11:30 - 12:00 
Society for Endocrinology Transatlantic Medal Lecture
Main auditorium
Chair: J Wass (Oxford)
12:00 - 13:30 
Lunch and posters
Hall Q
13:30 - 15:30 
Symposium 4: What is the TSH set point? Does it matter in clinical disease?
Your TSH level: nature, nurture and misadventure
Main auditorium
Chairs: G Williams (London) & M Gurnell (Cambridge)
13:30
S22
14:00
S23
R Peeters (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
13:30 - 15:30 
Young Endocrinologists' Symposium: The ‘how-to’ guide on scientific communication
A skills based session covering all aspects of written and oral scientific communication skills necessary for all Young Endocrinologists today
Queen's Suite 2
Chairs: K Jonas (London) & K Forbes (Manchester)
15:30 - 16:00 
Tea
Hall Q
16:00 - 17:00 
Clinical Debate: This house believes that radioactive iodine is the first line of treatment for Graves' disease
Main audtorium
Chair: J Franklyn (Birmingham)
16:00 - 17:00 
Clinical Expert 1 repeat: Thyroid eye disease (clinical evaluation and classification – EUGOGO)
P Perros (Newcastle-upon-Tyne)
Supported by Clinical Endocrinology
King's Suite
Chair: M Vanderpump (London)
16:00 - 18:00 
Symposium 5: The endoplasmic reticulum – an important link between inflammation, stress and diabetes
The endoplasmic reticulum has recently emerged as a key organelle responsive to cellular stress with critical roles in metabolism and immune responses. Here, its role in these processes is addressed.
Queen's Suite 2
Chairs: K Chapman (Edinburgh) & G Lavery (Birmingham)
17:00 - 18:00 
Clinical Expert 2 repeat: Delayed puberty
J Kirk (Birmingham)
Suppported by Clinical Endocrinology
King's Suite
Chair: J Wales (Sheffield)
18:00 - 19:15 
The future delivery of endocrine care in the NHS - have your say
An opportunity for you to learn how the Society's Clinical Committee has been responding to recent consultations on how endocrine care will be delivered in the NHS and allow members of the audience to comment on how best the Society can continue to represent the views of its membership.
Chair: P Trainer (Manchester), Chair of the Society's Clinical Committee
19:30 -  
Conference dinner
Majestic hotel