SEX AND SIGNALING:
THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF SEX AND GENDER MEDICINE
Sex is a major biological variable known to be largely underrated in the biological and medical research. The purpose of this Symposium is to focus on new functions and/or discoveries in the genetic determinants and hormonal regulation of sex and gender differences during evolution and the life span in humans and translationally relevant animal models. The target audience will be clinicians and basic scientists working in the field of reproductive biology, genetics, pharmacology and medicine.
Ali Abbara, Julie Bakker, Andrzej Bartke, Fabio Blandini, Gian Paolo Dotto, Colin Duncan,Christa Flück, Alan Herbison, Vincent Laudet, Michael Mancini, Jordan Marrocco, Olavi Pelkonen, Focko Rommerts, Ivanca Savic, Anne Simone-Parent, Wayne Tilley, James M.A Turner, Eric Vilain, Jenny Visser, Tristram Wyatt
& as well as the short talks to be selected from submitted abstracts.
• Nuclear receptor action
• Mammalian sex determination
• Sex and gender aspects in basic and clinical research
• Evolutionary aspects of sex determination
• Actors in sex signaling
• Sex and brain
• Sex and metabolism
• Sex and gender differences in aging
For any contact with the organization of the congress in 2022
Where? The Mont Sainte-Odile (30 km from Strasbourg), an old abbey founded more than 13 centuries ago in Alsace, France
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When ? 12th until 15th October 2022
ESE and the organisers are providing 10 meeting grants, worth up to €500 each, for ESE members to attend the St Odile Symposium. For ESE members to attend the St Odile Symposium.To apply for these grants, please use the related documents link below to download the application form.
This form should be completed and returned to Bioscientifica via email
Please note, applications will be provided only to eligible ESE members, and on a first-come first-served basis.
■ Applicant must be a current member of ESE.
■ Applicant must be within 10 years post-PhD or MD or below high income country status, as classified by the World Bank.
■ Applicant must provide proof of eligibility
■ Only Delegates who are not fully funded by industry are eligible.
■ PLEASE NOTE THAT ESE MEMBERS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR ONLY 1 GRANT PER MEETING Further information:
■ The ESE Meeting Grant is available for attendance to the St Odile Symposium only and can be used for payment towards travel, accommodation or registration.
■ The ESE Meeting Grant does NOT entitle the applicant to free registration.
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