ECTS2020@home: the ECTS Annual Congress Avant Première
Following the COVID-19 oubreak, the ECTS Annual Congress in Marseille has been postponed to October 20-24 2020.
You can’t wait until then before meeting the ECTS community? Join us for a sneak peek of ECTS 2020 during a webinar event where some ECTS 2020 keynote speakers will have the opportunity to expose their latest research to the ECTS community.
“ECTS2020@home: the ECTS Congress Avant Première will be held on Tuesday the 19th of May at 13.50 h Central European Time (CET).
ECTS2020@Home is offered by ECTS, but registration is required. Please confirm your attendance to this special online event here.
The program promises to be very interesting with both clinical and basic science presentations from several research areas. Prof. Natalie Sims (St Vincent’s Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne, Australia) will start the session by presenting data on the role of osteocytic autophagy in bone mineralisation. Prof. Pieter Evenepoel (Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium) will talk about the assessment of bone fragility markers in chronic kidney disease. Dr. Elvire Gouze (INSERM, Nice, France) will present data on a gene therapy approach for type II collagenopathies. Prof. Michael Whyte (Shriners hospitals for children, St. Louis, USA) will conclude the webinar event by talking about therapeutic strategies to treat chronic hypophosphatemia. The scheme for the event is as follows:
Avant-première of ECTS Congress in October 2020
19 May, 2020 – Welcome and outline by Bram van der Eerden at 13.50 CET
|14.00 – 14.30||Natalie Sims||Bone mineralisation controlled by autophagy in osteocytes|
|14.30 – 15.00||Pieter Evenepoel||How to assess bone health in CKD?|
|15.00 – 15.30||Elvire Gouze||Proof of concept of a gene therapy approach for type II collagenopathies|
|15.30 – 16.00||Michael Whyte||Therapeutic approaches in hypophosphatemic disorders|