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2018 National Conference Agenda

September 26 - 28, 2018


Sex Differences Across the Lifespan: A Focus on Metabolism​ Proposed Agenda



Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Time

Event

Room

3:30-6:00PM​

Arrival / Conference Check-in 

Grand Ballroom Foyer

5:00 – 6:00 pm

Me​et the Professors

Grand Ballroom​ Foyer
6:00-7:00PM​

Cocktail Reception

  • Poster Preview

Grand Ballroom Foyer

7:00 – 9:00 pm


Opening Dinner

  • Judy Regensteiner, PhD University of Colorado School of Medicine

  • T. Rajendra Kumar, PhD – ​ University of Colorado School of Medicine

  • Gaps in Sex Differences Research

Grand Ballroom

Thursday, September 27, 2018

7:00 am

Breakfast Opens


8:00 – 10:00am


Community Session

  • Nanette Wenger, MD - Emory University​
    Understanding the Journey: The Past, Present, and Future of CVD in Women​
  • ​Nanette Santoro, MD - University of Colorado School of Medicine
     Help! Menopause just Stole my Waistline!
  • Jill Goldstein, PhD - Harvard Medical School
     Brain and Heart Interface Across the Lifespan
  • Ginger Graham, MBA
     Journey through Life (with Friends)
  • Q&A Panel

Aspen Room

7:30 – 10:00am



Scientific Session I (20 minute presentations followed by a 15-minute panel discussion)

Topic: Fetal Origins of Adu​lt Disease

CHAIRS: Yoel Sadovsky, MD - Magee Womens Research Institute, UPMC

Laura Brown, MD - University of Colorado School of Medicine

Speakers:

  • Jacquetta Trasler, MD, PhD – McGill University Epigenetic Patterning and Transgenerational Effects

  • Yoel Sadovsky, MD – Magee Women’s Research Institute, UPMC Placenta-maternal-fetal Communication and Pregnancy Health

  • Thomas Jansson MD, PhD - University of Colorado School of Medicine Health Consequences of being Born to an Obese Mother: Possible Mechanisms & Interventions

  • Paul Rozance, MD – University of Colorado School of Medicine  Early Programming of Fetal Pancreatic Function & Adaptation
  • Janet Catov, PhD – Magee Women’s Research Institute, UPMC
  • Preterm Birth and Later-life Maternal Cardiovascular Disease Risk

9:30-10:00am Five minute data blitz presentations Presenters: Sarah Borengasser, PhD; Stephanie Chassen, MD; Stephanie Wesolowski, PhD

Grand Ballroom

10:00 - 10:30am

Break


10:30am – 12:45pm

Scientific Session II
(20 minute presentations followed by a 15-minute panel discussion)

Topic: What’s Bone Got to do with It?

Chair: Wendy Kohrt, PhD - University of Colorado School of Medicine


Speakers:

  • Connie Weaver, PhD – Purdue University Subgroup Differences in Mineral Metabolism & Bone Health

  • Wendy Kohrt, PhD - University of Colorado School of Medicine Exercise & Bone Metabolism

  • Beata Lecka-Czernik, PhD – University of Toledo Skeletal Integration of Energy Homeostasis

  • Karyn Esser, PhD - University of Florida Circadian Rhythms, Molecular Clocks and Muscle Homeostasis


12:15-12:45pm Five minute data blitz presentations

Presenters: Kathleen Gavin, PhD Sarah Wherry, PhD: Viral Shah, MD

Grand Ballroom

12:45 – 2:00pm

Lunch and Program

SPEAKER:

Margaret Bevans, PhD, RNNIH Office of Research on Women’s Health
  Integrating Sex to Advance Science for the Health of Women: A Lens into the Future


Grand Ballroom

2:00 – 3:00pm

Poster Session  


Grand Ballroom Foyer

3:00 – 3:15pm

Break


3:15 – 5:45pm

Scientific Session III (20 minute presentations followed by a 15-minute panel discussion)

Topic: Risk Factors for Heart Disease – They are Riskier than You Think


CHAIR:  JoAnn Lindenfeld, MD – Vanderbilt University 

SPEAKERS:
  • ​​​​Esther Kim, MD - Vanderbi​lt University
      S
    pontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection
  • David Kao, MD - University of Colorado School of Medicine Complex Phenotyping in Patients with Heart Failure with Preserved ​Ejection Fraction: Understanding Etiology & Personalizing Management

  • JoAnn Lindenfeld, MD - Vanderbilt University Shared Risk Factors for Heart Disease and Cancer

  • Puja Mehta, MD - Emory University Role of Inflammation in Non-obstructive Ischemic Heart Disease in Women

  • Linda Peterson, MD - Washington University Sex Differences in Heart Failure


5:15-5:45pm    Five minute data blitz presentations

Presenters: Jennifer Jarvie, MD; Sarah Perman, MD; Jonathan Shaffer, MD

Grand Ballroom

6:00 – 7:00pm

Poster Session

Grand Ballroom Foyer

7:00 – 9:00pm

Dinner

Pool Terrace

Friday, September 28, 2018

7:00 - 7:30am

Breakfast


William H​askell, PhD – Stanford University Using Wearable Devices for Measurement & Motivation of Health

Promoting Physical Activity​

Grand Ballroom

7:30 – 9:45am

Scientific Session IV (20 minute presentations followed by a 15-minute panel discussion)

Topic: To Sleep Perchance to Dream: Effects of Sleep and Circadian Physiology on Cardiometabolic Health


Chair: Josiane Broussard, PhD – Colorado State University


Speakers:

  • Fred Turek, PhD – Northwestern University ​Circadian Dysregulation and its Impact on Obesity, Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease: Genetic and Environmental Factors

  • Kathryn Reid, PhD – Northwestern University Sleep During Pregnancy

  • Monika Haack, PhD – Harvard University Recovery Sleep: Reinstating Inflammatory Balance

  • Satchidananda Panda, PhD – Salk Institute for Biological Studies Circadian Rhythm and Time Restricted Eating for the Prevention and Management of Chronic Diseases


9:15- 9:45am Five minute data blitz presentations

Presenters: Josiane Broussard, PhD; Stacey Simon, PhD; Corey Rynders, PhD

Grand Ballroom

9:45 – 10:15am

Break


10:15 – 12:00pm

Scientific Session V (20 minute presentations followed by a 15-minute panel discussion)


Topic: Diabetes: Urgent & Understudied


Chair: Jane Reusch, MD – University of Colorado School of Medicine

Speakers:

  • Franck Mauvais-Jarvis, MD, PhD - Tulane University Sex Differences in Glucose Homeostasis & Diabetes

  • Virginia Miller, PhD - Mayo Clinic Metabolism and Coronary Calcification in Menopausal Women

  • Anne Peters, MD - Keck School of Medicine of USC Community-Based Diabetes Care


11:30am-12:00pm Five minute data blitz presentations

PRESENTERS: Petter Bjornstad, MD; Jacinda Nicklas, MD; Rebecca Scalzo, PhD  

Grand Ballroom

12:00-12:15pm

Boxed Lunch


12:15-2:15pm

Scientific Session VI (20 minute presentations followed by a 15-minute panel discussion)

Topic: Exercise & Cardiometabolism: Not a Walk in the Park!


Chair: Judy Regensteiner, PhD - University of Colorado School of Medicine


Speakers:

  • Laurie Goodyear, PhD – Joslin Diabetes Center, Harvard University Novel Mechanisms Underlying the Benefits of Exercise on Health: Studies in Males & Females

  • Paul MacLean, PhD - University of Colorado School of Medicine Exercise, Individual Variability, and Weight Loss Maintenance

  • Jane Reusch, MD - University of Colorado School of Medicine Cardiometabolic Adaptation to Exercise: Effect of Sex Differences

  • Lisa Chow, MD - University of Minnesota Health Behaviors on the Sex-specific Development of Diabetes: Results from the CARDIA Study

  • Amy Huebschmann, MD - University of Colorado School of Medicine From Bench to Bedside: a Dissemination and Implementation Approach to Exercise

Grand Ballroom




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