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EASD 2017

European Association For The Study Of Diabetes

  • 11 Sep 2017 to 15 Sep 2017
  • Feira Internacional de Lisboa
  • Lisbon / Portugal

Whats About

Diabetes is a growing cause of concern for patients and doctors all across the world as it causes a lot of limitations and restrictions on the lifestyle of the individuals suffering from it. Like other diseases, people suffering from diabetes need proper health care and medication to fight off this evil. Updated scientific and educational knowledge is the only way in the medical field to provide for the best and latest medical procedures and medications to help patients to fight various diseases.  The EASD annual meet is a great way for professionals, doctors and allied professionals working for the betterment of patients suffering from diabetes to meet and exchange knowledge so as to come up with latest ways to help diagnose, treat and give proper care to diabetic people. The 53rd EASD 2017 Annual Meeting is taking place in Lisbon, Portugal from 11th to 15th September 2017. Lisbon is the home to the first diabetic association. Rich in cultural heritage, trending with the modern ways, this place is a beautiful amalgamation of architecture, great monuments and beautiful sightseeing options be it the beaches, mountains or countryside. This annual meet of EASD will help doctors and physicians through means of networking to showcase their work for diabetic treatment and care and how it can be made better. Knowledge is valuable only when shared with others to make their and your work better. So, make associations with your peers and professionals at the EASD 2017 annual meet to help cure and treat people suffering from diabetes.


Registration Details
Registration Fees:Early Registration
(until 10th July 2017)
Late Registration
(11th July 2017 – onsite)
Paid-up Members of EASD Student95 €250 €
Post Doc / Fellow180 €490 €
Standard485 €635 €

Presenters of an accepted abstact

(available from June onwards)

180 €490 €
Allied Health Professional / Nurse180 €490 €
Non-Member600 €750 €

Program Highlights of the Events

  • Day 1 (11 September)
  • Day 2 (12 September)
  • Day 3 (13 September)
  • Day 4 (14 September)

  • Symposiums

  • 08:30 – Opening ceremony
  • 08:45 – Presidential Address
  • 09:15 – Claude Bernard Lecture
  • 10:15 – OP 1, OP 2, OP 3, OP 4, OP 5, OP 6
  • 12:00 – Poster event A
  • 13:15 – Poster event B
  • 14:30 – Op 7, Op 8, OP 9, OP 10, OP 11, OP 12
  • 16:15 – Camillo Golgi Lecture and  Albert Renold Lecture
  • 17:30 – General Assembly

  • 08:30 – Management of type 2 diabetes with basal insulin revisited: Results of the real life study program
  • East-West Forum: diabetes outcome trends
  • EASD/ESC Symposium: Cardiovascular complications of diabetes- hot topics
  • Intergenerational transmission of obesity and diabetes: Os the fog being cleared?
  • The beta cell in type 2 diabetes: What are the changes and are they reversible?
  • EASD/ADA Symposium: Molecular transducers of metabolic benefits of exercise
  • 10:15 – OP 13, OP 14, OP 15, OP 16, OP 17, OP 18
  • 12:00 – Poster event C
  • 13:15 – Poster event D
  • 14:30 – OP 19, OP 20, OP 21, OP 22 OP 23, OP 24
  • 16:15 – Diabetes Prize for Excellence Lecture
  • 17:30 – Acarbose Cardiovascular Evaluation (ACE) primary results
  • Dicarbonyl stress: From the bench to the clinic
  • Diabetes, obesity, their treatment and cancer risk – Smoke or fire?
  • Metformin diamond jubilee
  • Cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease in the type 2 diabetes patient from basic science to treatment
  • EASD/JDRF Symposium: Generation of stem cell derived beta cells from type 1 diabetes patients

  • 08:30 – Role of alirocumab in the cholesterol management of individuals with type 1 and type 2 diabetes at high CV risk (ODYSSEY DM – insulin and dyslipidemia
  • Neuroprotection: a new target for treating diabetic retinopathy
  • Hypoglycaemia revisited
  • Michael Berger debate: What do we have in the future of type 2 diabetes prediction and prevention?
  • Central regulation of glucose metabolism
  • Metabolism rocks around the clock
  • 10:15 – OP 25, OP 26, OP 27, OP 28, OP 29, OP 30
  • 12:00 – Poster event E
  • 13:15 – Poster event F
  • 14:30 – Op 31, OP 32, OP 33, OP 34, OP 35, OP 36
  • 16:15 – Minkowski Lecture
  • 17:15 – Exenatide Study of Cardiovascular Event Lowering (EXSCEL): primary results
  • Advances in infusion sets and insulin pumps
  • Calorie restriction: How does it affect metabolic functions?
  • New targets for prevention of diabetes complications
  • Immune modulation in the treatment of diabetes
  • Precision medicine in diabetes: How close are we?