Endodiabesity

The North West of England Endocrinology, Diabetes and Obesity Newsletter

Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia talk

Posted by Louise Hunter on 15 October, 2015

On behalf of Professor Neil Hanley:

Dear All

Professor Rich Auchus is visiting from the University of Michigan as the Clinical Endocrinology Trust Lecturer prior to the BES meeting in Edinburgh.

His visit is scheduled for the afternoon of Wednesday 28th October and there is a booking for the afternoon in the Core Technology Facility Building at the University of Manchester on Grafton St (http://www.umic.co.uk/)

PROGRAMME:

1330:                    Assemble at the CTF building

1400-1500:         Lecture: Congenital adrenal hyperplasia in the new millennium, beyond 17- hydroxyprogestone and glucocorticoids

1500-1530:         Tea/Coffee

1530-1700:         Case-based presentations and discussion from Paediatric endocrinology & Adult endocrinology

1700:                    Wrap-up

If you would like to attend please email Judith.toon AT manchester.ac.uk

Car parking is available across Grafton St in the multi-storey car park of the Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (Manchester Royal Infirmary/Manchester Royal Children’s Hospital) or further north on Upper Brook St at the Aquatics Centre car park.

Regards

Neil

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Professor Neil Hanley

Chair of Medicine & Wellcome Trust Senior Clinical Fellow | Head, Centre for Endocrinology & Diabetes | Director, Fellowship Academy; Institute of Human Development, Manchester Academic Health Science Centre, University of Manchester, AV Hill Building, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PT.

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