Tissue Plasticity of Obesity, June 30 – July 1, 2019
We are happy to announce our ATLAS Symposium 2019 and present a strong line-up of excellent speakers and a great program. Get ready for two fantastic days at Hindsgavl Castle together with the DNRF Center of Excellence, ATLAS – Center for Functional Genomics and Tissue Plasticity.
Obesity is a major risk factor for development of a plethora of life-threatening metabolic diseases, including cardiovascular diseases, type II diabetes, and fatty liver disease. Tissue plasticity of the adipose tissue is a prerequisite for adaptation to overnutrition but is also an important driver of obesity comorbidities. Similarly, tissue plasticity of the liver contributes to both adaptive and pathophysiological consequences of obesity. This meeting will highlight the molecular and cellular mechanisms of adipose and hepatic tissue plasticity, the pathophysiological consequences thereof, as well as advanced technologies to study these processes.
Researchers at all levels with an interest in the field of obesity are invited to register. The meeting represents a unique opportunity to network and discuss on-going projects with experts in the field.
Registration deadline May 30 (limited number of participants)
– Admission to talks and poster session
– Refreshments upon arrival, lunch and coffee breaks both days, drink and snacks during poster session, dinner on day 1, accommodation, and breakfast on day 2, as well as an abstract book,
– WI-FI access throughout the meeting
Price: 950 DKK incl. VAT (760 DKK excl. VAT)
The full program is found here (adjustments may occur). Ample time will be allocated for poster session as well as a park session on hot topics.
We encourage submission of abstracts for short talks and poster presentations. From the submitted abstracts we select 6 speakers for short talks and 30 presenters for poster presentation. Abstract submission deadline May 1, successful submitters will be notified by May 15.
When submitting your abstract to email@example.com, please state in the email whether you want your abstract to be considered for a short talk or only poster presentation.
Abstracts are printed in an abstract book – please comply with the following:
– Max 300 words (excl. title, authors, and author affiliations)
– Font: Times New Roman. Title in bold font size 16
– Authors in font size 13,5 (presenter underlined)
– Affiliations in italics font size 12
– Abstract text in regular font style size 12.
Susanne Mandrup (Center Director), Aleksander Krag, Blagoy Blagoev, Søren Kragh Moestrup, Jonas Graversen, Lars Grøntved, Kim Ravnskjær
The Danish National Research Foundation, ATLAS – Center for Functional Genomics and Tissue Plasticity and The University of Southern Denmark.