I-DSD/I-CAH User Group Meeting

SAVE THE DATE: Wednesday 9th September 2020 1-4pm (UK)

Webinar

These are biennial meetings of Clinicians and Researchers that use the I-DSD/I-CAH registries to conduct research studies.  The user group meetings allow researchers the opportunity to update the community on the studies that have been performed and encourage the development of new studies. The event is free and open to all.

Programme I-DSD I-CAH user group meeting 2020

Link to Survey (CPD certificate will be available on completion of the survey)

RCPCH has approved this activity for CPD in accordance with the current RCPCH CPD Guidelines.

UK Time

 

1250

Start

1300

Welcome –  Faisal Ahmed

1300            Session 1 – DSD (submitted questions to be answered at the end of session)

1306

Management of gonads in adults with AIS

Lloyd Tack, Belgium

1312

Clinical and histological outcomes in 45,X/46,XY males

Marie Lindhardt Ljubicic, Denmark

1318

Trends in gonadectomy in DSD

Angela Lucas-Herald, UK

1324

Submitted Q & A

 

1330            Session 2 – DSD (questions to be answered at the end of session) – Martina Rodie

1330

Testosterone replacement therapy in adolescence

Mariana Stancampiano, Italy

1336

Long term outcome of 46, XY Leydig Cell Hypoplasia

Alessandra Boncampagni, Italy

1342

Gonadal outcome in 17b-HSD def and 5a-reductase def

Sabine Hannema,Lidewij Boogers, The Netherlands

1348

Submitted Q & A

 

1400            Break for 10 mins

1410            Session 3 – CAH (submitted questions to be answered at the end of session) – Hedi Claahsen

1410

Optimizing mineralocorticoid replacement in CAH

Riccardo Pofi, Italy

1416

Changes in surgical practice in CAH

Alexander Springer, Austria

1422

Adrenal insufficiency related adverse events in CAH

Salma Ali, UK

1428

Submitted Q & A

 

1434           Session 4 – CAH (submitted questions to be answered at the end of session) – Hedi Claahsen

1434

Global approach to treatment and monitoring in CAH

Irina Bacila, UK

1440

Cardiometabolic morbidity in adults with CAH

Beatrice Righi, Italy

1446

Growth-related characteristics in CAH patients <18 years

Mallory Farrar, USA

1452

Submitted Q & A

 

1500

Break for 10 mins

 

1510            Session 5 – Updates (submitted questions to be answered at the end of session) – Faisal Ahmed

1510

I-DSD/CAH

Faisal Ahmed, UK

1516

IFCAH

Michel Polak, France

1522

ESPE DSD WG

Tulay Guran, Turkey

1528

Submitted Q & A

 

1545

End

 

Key aims/ learning objectives  

On completion of the meeting, the participants will have been updated on the latest studies that have been performed as related to: 

  • Management of gonads in adults with AIS 
  • Clinical and histological outcomes in 45,X/46,XY males 
  • Trends in gonadectomy in DSD 
  • Testosterone replacement therapy in adolescence 
  • Long term outcome of 46, XY Leydig Cell Hypoplasia 
  • Gonadal outcome in 17b-HSD def and 5a-reductase def 
  • Optimizing mineralocorticoid replacement in CAH 
  • Changes in surgical practice in CAH 
  • Adrenal insufficiency related adverse events in CAH 
  • Clinical care and outcomes in rare forms of CAH 
  • Cardiometabolic morbidity in adults with CAH 
  • Growth-related characteristics in CAH patients <18 years 

Target audience 

  • Clinicians and researchers that use the I-DSD/CAH registries. 
Speakers Organisation/Job title 
Lloyd Tack University of Ghent / Research Fellow 
Marie Lindhardt LjubicicRigshospitalet, Copenhagen / PhD Student 
Angela Lucas-Herald  University of Glasgow / Research Fellow 
Marianna Rita Stancampiano  Scientific Institute San Raffaele, Milan / Research Fellow 
Alessandra Boncompagni  University Hospital of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Doctor in Training 
Sabine Hannema Erasmus MC / Paediatric Endocrinologist 
Riccardo Pofi  Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza / PhD Student 
Alexander Springer  Medical University Vienna / Paediatric Surgeon 
Salma Ali  University of Glasgow / Research Fellow 
Irina-Alexandra Bacila  University of Sheffield / Research Fellow 
Beatrice Righi  University of Modena and Reggio Emilia/University of Glasgow/ MD (trainee in paediatrics)  
Mallory Farrar Neurocrine Biosciences/ Senior Scientist 
Faisal Ahmed University of Glasgow / Consultant Paediatric Endocrinologist 
Michel Polak Hôpital Universitaire Necker-Enfants Malades, 
Tülay Güran Marmara University / Senior Clinical Lecturer  

RCPCH has approved this activity for CPD in accordance with the current RCPCH CPD Guidelines. 

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