15th Annual Rachmiel Levine Diabetes and Obesity Symposium

Program: Satellite Programs
Session
Sunday, March 1, 2015: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Monday, March 2, 2015: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Paradise Point Resort and Spa
Tuesday, March 3, 2015: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Paradise Point Resort and Spa
Wednesday, March 4, 2015: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Paradise Point Resort and Spa
**This session is eligible for CME credit**

Organized by the City of Hope’s Diabetes Research Center and co-sponsored by the Endocrine Society

Registration is required for this session:
REGISTRATION FEES:

After February 17, 2015

Members/Nonmembers…$575

In-Training/Early Career Member/Nurses…$375

One-day…$275

Full Program
  • Levine Symposium.pdf (61.9 kB)
  • The 15th Annual Rachmiel Levine Diabetes and Obesity Symposium will offer presentations from more than 55 experts in diabetes, islet cell biology, and regenerative medicine to a diverse audience of clinical and translational scientists, trialists, and practitioners from across the world. Sessions include discussions on new biomarkers and drug targets, epigenetics, obesity and inflammation, live debates, beta-cell function, islet cell reprogramming, and much more. As a CME accreditor, the City of Hope designates this live activity for a maximum of 29.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Details on registration and full program are available at www.cityofhope.org/rachmiel-levine-symposium.

     

    PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:

    For the full program, visit levinesymposium.com.

    SUNDAY, MARCH 1

    Session 1: Diabetic Complications – New Biomarkers and Drug Targets

    Session 2: Personalized Medicine in Future Diabetes Care

    Plenary: Type 1 Diabetes – Adults vs. Kids

     

    MONDAY, MARCH 2

    Session 1: Epigenetics of Diabetes

    Session 2: Obesity and Inflammation

    Session 3: Metabolism and Inflammation

    Debate: Can Adult Human Beta Cells Proliferate?

    Plenary: Overview Talk – 30 Year History of the DCCT

     

    TUESDAY, MARCH 3

    Session 1: Lessons from Human Insulinoma for Beta Cell Regeneration

    Session 2: Novel Molecules that Induce Human Beta Cell Replication

    Session 3: Reprogramming Islet Cells to Beta Cells

    Session 4: The Stressful Life of the Diabetic Cells Debate: Virus? What Virus?

     

    WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4

    Session 1: Type 1 Diabetes Biomarkers

    Session 2: Diabetes Technology Updates

    Session 3: Novel Approaches to Understanding and Treating Hypoglycemia

    Plenary: Outcomes from the CIT Trial

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