Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits London 2021

Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits London
Monday, 12 April 2021 & Tuesday, 13 April 2021

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Industry Symposia - Sponsored by Amgen

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CDNATL London Presentations

What makes us fat? The science of obesity
Professor Sir Stephen O'Rahilly
University of Cambridge, UK

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GLP-1 analogues - have the limits been reached? Their role in obesity.
Professor John Wilding
University of Liverpool, UK

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GLP-1 analogues - have the limits been reached? Their role in cardiovascular medicine.
Professor Mansoor Husain
University of Toronto, Canada

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A tail of new variants causing hypertension - at the limits of detection, selection and survival
Professor Morris Brown
Queen Mary University of London, UK

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Taking atrial fibrillation to new limits!
Professor Corinna Brunckhorst
University of Zurich, Switzerland

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Diuretic resistance - new tricks for an old problem.
Professor Christopher Wilcox
Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA

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The Hatter Award Lecture: HFpEF: looking back - forging forward.
Professor Marc Pfeffer
Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA

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How can we help the damaged kidney to regenerate?
Professor Ben Humphreys
Division of Nephrology, Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis, USA

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The rise & fall, & possible resurrection of renal artery denervation for hypertension.
Professor Bernard Gersh
The Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, USA

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Kidney, heart and bone: does the crosstalk help or hinder?
Professor Sharon Moe
Division of Nephrology, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, USA

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Have we reached the limits of lipid lowering? What next?
Dr Aruna Pradhan
Brigham & Women' s Hospital, Boston, USA

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Clotting at the limits: the NOAC generation!
Professor Sonia Anand
McMaster University, Canada

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The Lionel Opie Lecture: HIV as a cardiovascular risk factor.
Professor Mpiko Ntsekhe
University of Cape Town, South Africa

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Support

CDNATL London 2021 is financially supported by the Pharmaceutical Industry and Academia. The Pharmaceutical Industry’s financial support for the event is restricted primarily to facilitating the development of the independent medical/scientific content and speaker fees. Funds from the Pharmaceutical Industry have not been used for travel, accommodation or any other ancillary expenses for participants. Supporters have had no input into the content of the independent scientific sessions or any other aspect of the meeting. Supporters are listed here.