The COST ADMIRE BM1301 Network co-organizes with the INI CRCT (Cardiovascular and Renal Clinical Trialists) French Network, co-ordinated by Professor Patrick Rossignol, a one-day training workshop dedicated to clinical trials for the fellows of the two networks.
The workshop will take place in Paris on Friday 29th September 2017.
ADMIRE will support 10 fellows:
Accommodation x 1 night at €120 (flat rate)
Meals x 2 at €20 (flat rate)
Travel at €180* (max, receipts required)
*Note: ALL travel expenses receipts must be retained as they will be required in order to receive reimbursement after the workshop (i.e. boarding passes, e-tickets, proof of payment for airline, train and bus tickets). Please note that taxi expenses will NOT be supported in your travel claim.
Please make aware your young trainees about this workshop and ensure they complete and return their application form to us at firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 5pm on Tuesday 15th August 2017.
ADMIRE COST ARE HOSTING A SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM ON 30TH JUNE 2016
“New insights in aldosterone physiology”.
Cordeliers Research Centre, rue des Ecoles, Paris, France
The French Society of Physiology and the Federation of the European Societies of Physiology wish to welcome you to the jointly-organized FEPS Congress in Paris (Centre des Cordeliers) for 3 days of high-level scientific gathering and workshops, from June 29 to July 1, 2016. This meeting will highlight the pivotal role of Physiology as a major scientific discipline in the “omic” world. The meeting will focus on the importance of function versus gene in the context of translational research as well as evolutionary and integrative biology.
The meeting will include oral and poster presentations, symposia, keynote addresses and plenary lectures. Workshops and networking opportunities are highly encouraged. The meeting will be include the European Young Physiologist Symposium and the Teaching symposium on June 29, 2016.
Keynote Lecture by Prof. Bruno Fève, French Institute of Health and Medical Research, Paris ‘MR, adipose tissue and novel adipokines: from bench to bedside.
Cardiometabolic syndrome encompasses a myriad of metabolic dysfunction characterized by insulin resistance and impaired glucose tolerance, atherogenic dyslipidemia, hypertension and intra-abdominal adiposity. Recent advances in mineralocorticoid hormone research has revealed important pathophysiological roles for Aldosterone and its receptor MR in cardiometabolic syndrome. The symposium will allow a unique opportunity to share ideas and expertise, present and discuss preliminary data, and learn about the most recent advances on this topic. All participants are welcome to engage in the discussion sessions and actively interact within the workshop.
Update: We have selected 10 abstracts for oral presentation. These young researchers have been awarded a bursary of up to €400.