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11th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference

2024 September 23 - 25, Munich (Künstlerhaus)

The 11th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference will be hosted by Stephan Herzig, with Maria Rohm and Mauricio Berriel Diaz, all from the Helmholtz Diabetes Center. This year, a special focus will be put on "Wasting Metabolism".

The 8 sessions will cover various focal topics: metabolism and cardiovascular diseases, molecular mechanisms in cachexia, diabetes and insulin resistance, biology of the pancreas, obesity, clinical metabolic research and therapeutics, and endocrinology.

This year's lecture award will be received by Barbara Cannon.

The 11th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference will be hosted by Stephan Herzig, with Maria Rohm and Mauricio Berriel Diaz, all from the Helmholtz Diabetes Center. This year, a special focus will be put on "Wasting Metabolism".

The 8 sessions will cover various focal topics: metabolism and cardiovascular diseases, molecular mechanisms in cachexia, diabetes and insulin resistance, biology of the pancreas, obesity, clinical metabolic research and therapeutics, and endocrinology.

This year's lecture award will be received by Barbara Cannon.

Organizers

Registration

The registration for the 11th Diabetes Conference is now open! Don't miss out on the chance to secure your spot and take advantage of our Early Bird discount until July 15th!

Call for Abstracts
Deadline: 15.07.2024

Submit your abstract and showcase your poster; or get the chance to be part of our 3 flashtalk sessions and compete for the Flash Talk Award 2024!

Download the abstract form here, fill it out and send it by email to: diabetes-conference@helmholtz-munich.de

Exhibit and sponsoring

Explore our sponsorship opportunities for the 11th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference

Any questions?

Please feel free to contact our Helmholtz Diabetes Conference Organization Team!

anne.caniard@helmholtz-munich.de
kathrin.niemitz@helmholtz-munich.de
miriam.guhl@helmholtz-munich.de

Previous Conferences

10th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference

Banner für 10. Helmholtz Diabetes Konferenz
Helmholtz Munich | © Miriam Guhl

The 10th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference was held from September 27-29th, 2023, at the Künstlerhaus, Munich, Germany. This 10th edition centered on fostering the next generation of exceptional researchers in the diabetes field.

9th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference

9th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference
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The 9th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference took place as a hybrid event in September 26-29., 2022 at the Künstlerhaus, Munich, Germany. This 9th edition of the conference focused on the latest therapies in diabetes, in particular to dual agonists, pharmacology and systemic control of metabolism.

8th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference

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Helmholtz Munich | ©Amelie Kraus-Jaborsky

The 8th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference took place virtually from May 10-12, 2021, broadcasted from the Helmholtz Diabetes Center in Munich, Germany. While the conference in general aims to cover all the major topic areas in the field of diabetes, particular attention was directed to the genetic and epigenetic mechanisms involved in the development of diabetes.

7th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference

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Helmholtz Munich | ©Anja Zeigerer

The 7th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference took place September 23-25, 2019 at Palais Lenbach, Munich, Germany. While the conference in general aims to cover all the major topic areas in the field of diabetes, particular attention was directed to the metabolic connection between cancer, diabetes and other components of metabolic dysfuntions.

6th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference

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The 6th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference took place September 26-28, 2018 at Palais Lenbach Munich. Key topics at the 2018 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. Further information please find here.

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