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Scientific Programme

Scientific Programme

15 th Eco Budapest,

15 th Eco Budapest, Hungary Budapest, Hungary 22nd - 25th April 2007 Scientific Programme: ‘From Cell to Society’ The International Scientific Committee, chaired by Professor Wim Saris, has developed an outstanding scientific programme which will be delivered in a series of Plenary Lectures, Review Sessions, Workshops and Poster Sessions. The interdisciplinary nature of Obesity research and education has allowed the Committee to address key issues on Obesity and its co-morbidities. The Committee has identified the following Tracks and Abstract Topic Lists. The programme will be divided into a maximum of five parallel sessions (four oral sessions and one poster session) and will be relevant to delegates working across a variety of specialties. Abstract Submission Topic List Track 1 – Cellular & Molecular Mechanisms International Track Head: Jan Kopecky (Czech Republic) Genes Underlying Regulation of Energy Balance Transcriptional and Post-Transcriptional Control Modulation of Gene Expression by Diet and Physical Activity Cell Signalling and Metabolism Intracellular Control of Lipid Metabolism Mitochondrial Function AMP-Activated Protein Kinase Fatty Acid Transport Thermogenesis Adipokines Inflammatory Response in Different Tissues Genotype and Treatment New Therapeutical Targets Track 3 – Disease and Treatment International Track Head: Constantine Tsigos (Greece) Metabolic Syndrome Asthma and Sleep Disorders Reproductive Abnormalities and Cancer Eating Behaviour / Eating Disorders Dietary/Nutrient Patterns and Obesity Inflammatory Markers / Adipokines Dietary Interventions Exercise for Obesity Drug Induced Weight Loss and Weight Gain Predictors of Weight Maintenance Emerging Therapeutical Options Obesity Surgery Long Term Outcomes Track 2 – Integrated Physiological Systems International Track Head: Ellen Blaak (Netherlands) Energy Metabolism Appetite Control Body Weight Regulation by the Brain Gut-Brain Axis Cross Talk Adipose Tissue, Muscle, Liver and Brain Obesity and Insulin Action Ectopic Fat Inflammation and Stress Hormones RAS in Obesity Perinatal Programming Aging and Metabolism Animal Models of Obesity Emerging Technologies Track 4 – Public Health and Prevention International Track Head: Inge Lissau (Denmark) Epidemiology and Prevalence Population Genetics Burden of Obesity Ethnic Differences in Obesity Obesity in Developing Economies Obesity in Minority Populations Age and Gender Influences on Obesity Food & Nutrient Intake Patterns Behavioral Interventions Environmental & Economic Based Interventions Physical Activity Interventions School-Based Interventions Food Supply and Marketing The scientific programme will feature: • Six Plenary Lectures, each lasting 45 minutes. • Four Review Sessions per track. Each Review Session will last for 90 minutes and will consist of three individual lectures. • Poster sessions will form an integral part of the programme and indeed will be integrated into the main programme. At least one (guided) poster session (where all poster authors must be present at their poster) will be timetabled for each track and will run in parallel with oral sessions. • The EASO Young Investigator Award Lectures will take place during the Opening Ceremony. • A maximum of 15 ‘Hot Topic’ abstracts will be selected and will be presented as posters. • CME (Continuing Medical Education) will be provided to meeting attendees. A certificate will be issued to those requiring documentation. 7

15 th Eco Budapest, Hungary 22nd - 25th April 2007 ECO2007 Scientific Programme: From Cell to Society Sunday 22 nd April Monday 23 rd April 08.30 hrs 09.00 hrs T1:PL Plenary 1 (08.30 hrs - 09.15 hrs) The role of nutrition partitioning in the development of obesity and insulin resistance Robert Eckel (US) Registration 09.15 hrs 09.30 hrs Oral Sessions (09.30 hrs - 11.00 hrs) 10.00 hrs Oral Session 1 Oral Session 2 Oral Session 3 Oral Session 4 T1:PS 10.30 hrs Industry Sponsored Track 1 Satellite TBC TBC TBC TBC Poster Session 11.00 hrs Symposium 1 (10.00 hrs - 12.00 hrs) Morning Coffee 11.30 hrs Review Sessions (11.30 hrs - 13.00 hrs) 12.00 hrs TBC T1:RS1 Intracellular T2:RS1 The gutbrain T3:RS1 Dietary T4:RS1 Lifestyle interaction for components in Intervention 12.30 hrs control of fat metabolism energy homeostasis obesity 1. EASO involvement 13.00 hrs 1. PPARs in control of 1. Brain-gut axis and 1. High protein, low in the EU Platform on fat metabolism food intake fat diet Diet, Physical Activity Walter Wahli (Switz) Steve Bloom (UK) Peter Clifton (Aus) and Health Industry Sponsored 2. Transcriptional 2. Entero-insular axis 2. Low glycemic index Jean Michel Oppert (Fr) Satellite control of lipogenesis and glucose and obesity 2. Food labelling Fabienne Foufelle (Fr) homeostasis Susan Jebb (UK) Gyorgy Biro (Hu) Symposium 2 3. Fatty acid transport Jens Juul Holst (Dk) 3. Functional foods for 3. Summary of the (13.00 hrs - 15.00 hrs) Jan Glatz (NL) 3. Fat in the liver and obesity treatment (inc MEND child obesity sanofi-aventis insulin resistance Antonio Grieco (It) Omega-3, polyunsaturated fatty acids) project (RCT) Paul Sacher (UK) Gabriele Riccardi (It) 13.30 hrs 13.45 hrs 14.00 hrs 14.30 hrs 14.45 hrs Lunch and Exhibition Industry Sponsored Satellite Symposium 4 (13.30 hrs - 14.30 hrs) GE Healthcare 15.00 hrs T2:PL Plenary 2 (14.45 hrs - 15.30 hrs) What can we expect from metabolomics and system biology? Michael Gibney (Irl) 15.30 hrs Afternoon Tea 16.00 hrs Review Sessions (16.00 hrs - 17.30 hrs) Industry Sponsored 16.30 hrs Satellite T1:RS2 Genes underlying regulation tissue – muscle Co-morbidities and treatment of T2:RS2 Adipose T3:RS2 T4:RS2 Prevention 17.00 hrs Symposium 3 of energy balance interactions 1. Heart and vascular childhood obesity 17.15 hrs (15.30 hrs - 17.30 hrs) 1. Genes controlling 1. Secretory factors function (hypertension 1. Prevention of obesity 17.30 hrs Abbott International energy homeostasis Nicholas J Wareham (UK) from adipose tissue and their functional role Hans Hauner (Ger) and kidney disease) Max Maislos (Is) 2. Obesity and cancer in pre-school children Inge Lissau (Dk) 2. Individual or group Francesc Villarroya (Sp) 2. Mitochondrial genes fatty acid storage and 2. Abnormalities in 3. Obesity and Volkan Yumuk (Tur) Recommendations and therapy? 3. Genes of lipid delivery in the metabolic syndrome problems Carl-Erik Flodmark (Swe) asthma/respiratory results from Sweden metabolism Rudolf Zechner (Austria) Fredrik Karpe (UK) Sue Chinn (UK) 3. How is pediatriac 3. Is skeletal muscle an obesity managed in endocrine organ? Bente Pedersen (Dk) Austria? The overall strategy as regards prevention and treatment Kurt Widhalm (Austria) 17.45 hrs 18.00 hrs 18.30 hrs 19.00 hrs 19.15 hrs 19.30 hrs 20.00 hrs 20.30 hrs 21.00 hrs 21.30 hrs Opening Ceremony EASO Young Investigator Award Lectures Welcome Reception (19.30 hrs - 21.30 hrs) Oral Session 5 TBC Oral Session 6 TBC Social Event (Delegate Concert) (20.00 hrs - 21.00 hrs) Oral Sessions (17.45 hrs - 19.15 hrs) Oral Session 7 TBC EASO Young Investigators United Session TBC T2:PS Track 2 Poster Session EASO Young Investigators United Social Event (20.00 hrs - 24.00 hrs) 8

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