43rd Symposium on Hormones and Cell Regulation
The 43rd Symposium on Hormones and Cell Regulation will be held from 10-13 October 2018, focusing on the Brain-Gut-Microbiome Network in Metabolic Regulation and Dysregulation, with talks from a highly respected international faculty on a range of topics, including four keynote lectures (see the full programme):
* The endocrine function of the gut – Jens Juul Holst (Denmark)
* Organ cross-talk in the pathophysiology of obesity – Karine Clément (France)
* Viral insulin like peptides activate insulin and IGF-I receptor signalling: a paradigm shift in host microbe interactions – Emrah Altindis (USA)
* Development of new probiotics for the treatment of diabetes/insulin resistance – Hubert Vidal (France)
Extending over a 4-day period and offering formal top-quality invited lectures, poster sessions and ample time for interaction among participants, these meetings are reminiscent of the Gordon Research Conferences and Keystone Symposia, and are highly acclaimed for their scientific quality. The St Odile Symposium represents an opportunity to meet with experts from across Europe and beyond, to discuss the latest research in this fascinating area.
The St Odile Symposium on Hormones and Cell Regulation has been held annually, for 43 years, in Alsace, France (just 30 km from Strasbourg), in an old abbey founded more than 13 centuries ago. In this beautiful setting, high in the Vosges mountain range with an extraordinary panoramic view of the Alsatian plain, these meetings address a different theme each year, with past meetings covering subjects including G-Protein Coupled Receptors, Receptor Tyrosine Kinases and Cancer Signalling.
To register for the 2018 St Odile Symposium, please visit the meeting website.
Register before the 30th August 2018 to take advantage of the Early-bird registration fee and don’t forget that there are still a number of ESE Meeting Grants, worth up to €450 each, available for ESE members as a contribution towards the total cost of attending this meeting. For more information click here.