14 World Congress Menopause – Adavancing Global Health for Women at Midlife

Data: 1/4 maggio 2014

Luogo: Cancun, Mexico
Cancun Center Conventions & Exhibitions

Website: imscancun2014.com

 

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Topics for Posters and Oral Communications

Menopause

1.1 Menopause physiology
1.2 Menopause epidemiology
1.3 Sex steroid deficiency symptoms
1.4 Primary ovarian insufficiency
1.5 Postmenopausal hormone therapy
1.6 Non-hormonal therapies for menopausal symptoms
1.7 Progesterone and progestins
1.8 Androgen therapy
1.9 Other topics related to menopause

Hormones and Hormone Action
2.1 Steroids and steroid receptor signaling mechanisms
2.2 Biological actions of estrogens
2.3 Biological actions of progestins
2.4 Biological action of androgens
2.5 Hormonal contraception
2.6 GnRH analogues and antagonists
2.7 Selective receptor modulators (SERMS, SARMS, and others)
2.8 Other topics related to hormones and hormone action

Hormones and Metabolism
3.1 Obesity
3.2 Metabolic syndrome
3.3 Menopause and lipid disorders
3.4 Other topics related to hormones and metabolism

Sexual Function
4.1 Physiology of sexual function
4.2 Female sexual dysfunction epidemiology
4.3 Female sexual dysfunction pathophysiology
4.4 Female sexual dysfunction treatment
4.5 Other topics related to sexuality and sexual function

Hormones, Menopause and Cardiovascular System
5.1 Cardiovascular disease epidemiology
5.2 Cardiovascular disease basic science
5.3 Cardiovascular disease clinical research
5.4 Hormones and thrombosis
5.5 Other cardiovascular topics

Hormones, Menopause and the Brain
6.1 Neurosteroids and neuroactive steroids
6.2 Neurotoxicity and neural protection
6.3 Cognitive function in aging and dementia
6.4 Stroke
6.5 Headache
6.6 Epilepsy
6.7 Sleep and sleep disorders
6.8 Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and other neurodegenerative disorders
6.9 Other brain disorders, clinical aspects
6.10 Other brain disorders, basic aspects

Menopause, Mood and Mental Disorders
7.1 Sex steroids and mood
7.2 Depression
7.3 Hormone therapy and mood
7.4 Non-hormonal treatment of mood
7.5 Stress and anxiety
7.6 Schizophrenia and other mental disorders

Bone
8.1 Bone loss/osteoporosis
8.2 Pharmacological treatment of osteoporosis
8.3 Non-pharmacological treatment of osteoporosis
8. 4 Other topics related to the skeletal system

Breast
9.1 Breast cancer biology
9.2 Breast cancer epidemiology
9.3 Hormone therapy and breast cancer
9.4 Breast cancer screening and diagnosis
9.5 Menopause after breast cancer
9.6 Hormonal treatment of breast cancer
9.7 Other topics related to breast and breast cancer

Gynecology
10.1 Endometrial effects of hormones
10.2 Abnormal uterine bleeding
10.3 Endometrial hyperplasia and cancer
10.4 Angiogenesis and gynecological diseases
10.5 Vulvar and vaginal conditions
10.6 Diagnostic gynecology
10.7 Urogynecology 10.8 Other gynecological topics

Other Oncology
11.1 Hormones and gynecological cancer
11.2 Hormones and non-gynecological cancer
11.3 Screening, diagnosis and treatment
11.4 Treatment side-effects, short- and long-term
11.5 Gynecological cancer and hormone therapy
11.6 Menopause after gynecological cancer
11.7 Other topics related to oncology (except breast cancer)

 

Scientific Secretariat
David F. Archer - Susan Davis
scisecr@imscancun2014.com

Organizing Secretariat
Biomedical Technologies srl
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Congress Venue
Cancun Center, Conventions & Exhibitions
Boulevard Kukulcan KM. 9 1er Piso Zona Hotelera 77500 Cancún Q. Roo México
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