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Thursday 27 September 2018
Janielle van Alfen-van der Velden & Christa Flück (Nijmegen, The Netherlands & Bern, Switzerland)
Chairs: Tülay Güran (Istanbul, Turkey) & Malcolm Donaldson (Glasgow, UK)
Marie Lindhardt Ljubicic (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Ewa Rajpert-De Meyts (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Rodolfo Rey (Buenos Aires, Argentina) & Christina Kanaka-Gantenbein (Athens, Greece)
Katya De Groote (Ghent Belgium)
Condition-specific tools for transition care multidisciplinary programs: lessons from the Turner syndrome models
Sarah Corrathers (Cincinnati, USA)
Faisal Ahmed & Olaf Hiort (Glasgow, UK & Lubeck, Germany)
Francis De Zegher (Leuven, Belgium)
The future role of machine learning and computer vision in carbohydrate estimation for patients with diabetes
Stavroula Mougiakakou (Bern, Switzerland)
Moshe Phillip (Petah Tikva, Israel)
Paolo Giacobini (Lille, France)
Liat de Vries (Petah Tikva, Israel)
Thomas D Steensma (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Jan-Maarten Wit (Leiden, Holland)
Sally Camper (Michigan, USA)
Leendert Looijenga (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
Charlotte Elder (Sheffield, UK)
Long-term effects of prenatal dexamethasone treatment and postnatal glucocorticoid treatment on brain structure in the context of CAH.
Annelies van't Westeinde (Stockholm, Sweden)
Untargeted Plasma Metabolomics in Subjects with Differences in Tissue Glucocorticoid Sensitivity Identifies a Novel Metabolic Signature.
Nicolas C. Nicolaides (Athens, Greece)
Saila Laakso (Helsinki, Finland)
Xuelian Zhou (Hangzhou, China)
Sowmya Ramesh (Vellore, India)
Neonatal diabetes owned to potassium channel mutation: response to sulfonylureas according to the genotype.
Jacques Beltrand (Paris, France)
Genome-Wide Meta-Analysis identifies a novel low frequency STK39 variant of large effect on risk of Type 1 Diabetes.
Despoina Manousaki (Montreal, Canada)
Is the glycaemic response from fat in meals dose dependent in children and adolescents with T1DM on intensive insulin therapy?
Susan M. O'Connell (Cork, Ireland)
Ana Claudia Keselman (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Patricia Pennisi (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
A Cross-sectional Study of IGF-I Bioavailability through Childhood and Associations with PAPP-A2, STC2 and Anthropometric Data.
Masanobu Fujimoto (Cincinnati, USA)
Prediction of adult height by artificial intelligence (AI) through machine learning (ML) from early height data.
Alina German (Haifa, Israel)
Stefan Groeneweg (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Sasha Howard (London, UK)
Gerhard Binder (Tubingen, Germany)
The relative contributions of genetic and environmental factors on cortisol metabolism at pre-, mid- and post-pubertal ages.
Britt van Keulen (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Changes in CYP19A1 and CYP3A4 activities due to population genetic variations in human P450 Oxidoreductase.
Shaheena Parween (Switzerland)
Avinaash Maharaj (London, UK)
Mass spectrometry-based assessment of childhood androgen excess in 487 consecutive patients over 5 years.
Jan Idkowiak (Birmingham, UK)
S-25OHD is Associated with Hand Grip Strength and Myopathy at Five Years in Girls: An Odense Child Cohort Study.
Rada Faris Al-Jwadi (Odense, Denmark)
Personalized and predictive medicine for pediatric diabetes through a genetic test using next generation sequencing.
Valerie Schwitzgebel (Geneva, Switzerland)
Significant prevalence of severe monogenic immune defects among children with Type 1 diabetes and low T1D-genetic risk score.
Stepanka Pruhova (Prague, Czech Republic)
Functional characterization of a novel KLF11 mutation identified in a family with autoantibody-negative type 1 diabetes.
Kikumi Ushijima (Tokyo, Japan)
Recent secular change in pre- and postnatal growth and adiposity in Infants of Mothers with Gestational Diabetes.
Laurentya Olga (Cambridge, UK)
Jesús Argente (Madrid, Spain)
A deletion encompassing exon 2 of the alsgene: Analysis of a patient with ALS deficiency and his family.
Helena Poggi (Santiago, Chile)
12-Month effects of once-weekly and twice-monthly administration of hybrid Fc-fused human growth hormone, GX-H9, treatment in pediatric with GHD deficiency.
Yun Jung Choi (Seoul, Korea, Republic of)
Maria Lodefalk (Örebro, Sweden)
The value of cytological, histological and US examination to determine of management children with nodular goiter.
Alexander Anikiev (Moscow, Russian Federation)
Vassos Neocleous (Nicosia, Cyprus)