Monday 2 November 2015

09:00 -  
Registration
Strathblane Hall
10:30 - 12:00 
Skills 1: Working with the media
Sidlaw
Chair: Saffron Whitehead (London)
10:30
SK1.1
Richard Quinton (Newcastle upon Tyne)
10:52
SK1.2
Society for Endocrinology Press Office
11:14
SK1.3
11:37
SK1.4
Alice Kay (Science Media Centre)
10:30 - 12:00 
Symposium 1: Endocrinology meets the environment
Nutrition and habits meet hormones
Supported by Endocrine Connections
Fintry
Chairs: Matthew Simmonds (Oxford) & Martin Read (Birmingham)
11:00
S1.2
Mark Vanderpump (London)
11:30
S1.3
Wilmar Wiersinga (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
10:30 - 12:00 
Symposium 2: Zoning in on adrenal tumours
Illuminating the recent advances in genetic causes of adrenal tumours and hypertension
Supported by Endocrine-Related Cancer
Main Hall, Pentland
Chairs: Marie Freel (Glasgow) & Scott MacKenzie (Glasgow)
11:00
S2.2
Felix Beuschlein (Munich, Germany)
11:30
S2.3
Anne-Paule Gimenez-Roqueplo (Paris, France)
10:30 - 12:00 
Symposium 3: Fanning the flames of mitochondrial function
Mitochondrial decline and dysfunction is a common theme in many disease states. Identifying strategies that improve mitochondrial function
Moorfoot & Kilsyth
Chairs: Paul Chapple (London) & Craig Doig (Birmingham)
10:30
S3.1
Natalie German (Boston, MA, USA)
11:00
S3.2
11:30
S3.3
Doug Turnball (Newcastle upon Tyne)
12:15 - 13:00 
Meet the Expert 1: Cutting edge imaging of whole endocrine organs
Supported by Clinical Endocrinology
Sidlaw
Chair: Julian Davis (Manchester)
12:15
MTE1
Supported by Clinical Endocrinology
Helen Christian (Oxford)
12:15 - 13:00 
Meet the Expert 2: T4 vs T4/T3 – evidence vs expectations?
Supported by Clinical Endocrinology
Main Hall, Pentland
Chair: Graham Leese (Dundee)
12:15
MTE2
12:15 - 13:00 
Futures 1: Branching out with endocrinology
Making the most out of your degree(s) – matching your skills to academic careers
Fintry
Chairs: Ruth Andrew (Edinburgh) & Samantha Mirczuk (London)
12:25
FUT1.2
12:35
FUT1.3
12:45
FUT1.4
12:15 - 13:00 
Futures 2: Overcoming the consultancy hurdle
Shaping the future of endocrinology and diabetes
Moorfoot & Kilsyth
Chairs: Miles Levy (Leicester) & Sheba Jarvis (London)
12:15
FUT2.1
12:25
FUT2.2
12:45
FUT2.4
13:00 - 14:15 
Lunch & poster viewing
Exhibition Hall, Lennox Suite
13:00 - 14:15 
Otsuka Satellite: Which way now in hyponatraemia? Reviewing new consensus guidelines
Sidlaw
Chair: Ashley Grossman (Oxford)
13:00 - 14:15 
Pfizer Satellite: Treatment resistance in Acromegaly
Moorfoot & Kilsyth
Chair: John Ayuk (Birmingham)
14:15 - 14:45 
Plenary Lecture 1: Society for Endocrinology Starling Medal Lecture
Main Hall, Pentland
Chair: Steve O'Rahilly (Cambridge)
14:45 - 15:15 
Plenary Lecture 2: Society for Endocrinology Medal Lecture
Main Hall, Pentland
Chair: Barbara McGowan (London)
15:30 - 17:00 
Oral Communications 1:Early Career Prize Session
Six oral communications from selected abstracts submitted by Early Career endocrinologists
Moorfoot & Kilsyth
Chairs: Brian Walker (Edinburgh) & Gerard Conway (London)
15:30 - 17:00 
Clinical Management Workshop 1: How do I do it? (I)
Clinical tips from the experts
Supported by Clinical Endocrinology and Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Case Reports, Thyroid Eye Disease Charitable Trust and British Thyroid Foundation
Main Hall, Pentland
Chairs: John Bevan (Aberdeen) & Tristan Richardson (Bournemouth)
15:30
CMW1.1
15:45
CMW1.2
16:00
CMW1.3
16:15
CMW1.4
Jeremy Tomlinson (Oxford)
16:30
CMW1.5
16:45
CMW1.6
15:30 - 17:00 
Symposium 4: It's all in the timing: rhythms underlying endocrine systems
Exploring dynamic systems with different timescales and mechanisms
Supported by Journal of Endocrinology
Sidlaw
Chairs: Gordon Hager (Bethesda, MD, USA) & Lorna Smith (Bristol)
15:30 - 17:00 
Symposium 5: Premature ovarian insufficiency
Ovarian follicle reserve: sequelae and management of premature depletion
Fintry
Chairs: Stephen Franks (London) & Kim Jonas (London)
17:00 - 17:30 
Tea & coffee
Exhibition Hall, Lennox Suite
17:30 - 18:30 
Early Career Prize Lectures
The Society awards two prizes to Early Career Endocrinologists, one basic science and one clinical
Main Hall, Pentland
Chairs: Karen Chapman (Edinburgh) & Wiebke Arlt (Birmingham)
18:30 - 19:00 
Plenary Lecture 3: Society for Endocrinology Transatlantic Medal Lecture
Main Hall, Pentland
Chair: David Ray (Manchester)
18:30
PL3
19:00 - 19:45 
Debate: This house believes that patients with hypothyroidism should be offered combination treatment with T3 and T4 if they do not respond to Levothyroxine
Main Hall, Pentland
Chair: Mark Vanderpump (London)
19:00
D1.1
Colin Dayan (Cardiff)
19:20
D1.2
Tony Weetman (Sheffield)
19:45 -  
Welcome Reception
Exhibition Hall, Lennox Suite
20:00 - 20:45 
Futures 3: Why endocrinology and diabetes?
Drink and nibbles will be available
Fintry
Chairs: Karim Meeran (London) & Dominic Cavlan (London)
20:00
FUT3.1
20:20
FUT3.3
Parisut Kimkool (Cambridge) & Rakhee Vaja (Cambridge)
20:30
FUT3.4
20:45 -  
Early Career Quiz
Ticketed event
Moorfoot & Kilsyth