The Helmholtz Diabetes Conference 2021 will be hosted by Prof. Stephan Herzig (Helmholtz Diabetes Center) with Prof. Martin Hrabĕ de Angelis (Institute of Experimental Genetics) and Prof. Robert Schneider (Institute of...
Sponsoring is very important in order to deliver a unique experience to all participants. With this in mind, it is with great pleasure that I introduce to you all Sable Systems, one of our Sponsors.
Internationally leading scientists in diabetes research are joining us to present and discuss their most recent data and achievements.
We have put together a stand-alone program with outstanding speakers who will present and discuss the latest developments in the field. Please find the program here.
Due to the corona pandemic, the conference will be held virtually this time. In this way, it will also be open to more participants.
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In 2021, the honor of presenting the lecture will be given to Dr. Susan Bonner-Weir, Joslin Diabetes Center. We would like to thank the DZD for supporting this year`s lecture!
Federal Minister of Research and Education Anja Karliczek's speech at the 8th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference
The 7th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference took place September 23-25, 2019 at Palais Lenbach, Munich, Germany. While the conference in general aimed to cover all the major topic areas in the field of diabetes, the particular attention was directed to the metabolic connection between cancer, diabetes and other components of metabolic dysfuntions.
The 6th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference tookplace from September 26 to 28 2018 at Palais Lenbach Munich. Key topics at this conference were systemic approaches to diabetes and both genetic and epigenetic aspects of the disease, as well as the influence of fatty tissue on the metabolism. In addition, participants discussed new insights into feelings of satiety and the influence of the brain on the metabolism.
The 5th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference took place September 17-19, 2017 at Palais Lenbach, Munich, Germany and was co-organized with Nature Medicine. Particular attention was directed to continuing and emerging hot topic areas including the molecular basis of exercise benefits, beta cell regeneration, adipocyte biology and novel links connecting cellular energy metabolism with ageing.
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