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Sunday, September 20th
10.00-11.00 Opening Session  
Welcome adress Regitz-Zagrosek Vera Germany
Welcome adress Glezerman Marek Israel
Gender-specific medicine: new questions for the 21st century Legato Marianne USA
11.00-12.30 Gender in Neurology – News  
Chair von Euler Mia Sweden
Chair Arnold Arthur USA
Gender aspects in cognitive neuroscience Einstein Gillian Canada
Linking cardiovascular risks to cognitive decline in women Miller Virginia M USA
Interactions of sex and neuroimmune function and the risk of Neurodevelopmental Disorders Schwarz Jaclyn USA
Sex differences in Aromatase brain availability and cognitive/personality measures Preston-Campbell Rebecca USA
Hearing loss and cognitive decline Martini Alessandro Italy
12.30-13.30 Lunch break      
13.30-14.30 Nutrition and metabolism      
Chair Dragun Duska Germany
Chair Katai Miyuki Japan
Diabetes and obesity Kautzky-Willer Alexandra Austria
Gender and Diabetes: findings from the FADOI-DIAMOND Study Politi Cecilia Italy
Obesity associated cardiometabolic diseases Baessler Andrea Germany
14.30-15.30 Moderated posters 1- Follow up on EUGenMed: Basic research and Cardiovascular Disease; Internal Medicine  
Poster chair Kararigas Georgios Germany
14.30-15.30 Moderated posters 2: Gender in surgical disciplines, Implementation of Gender Medicine    
Poster chair Oertelt Prigione Sabine Germany
  Coffee break      
15.00-17.30 Internal medicine      
Chair Hochleitner Margarethe Austria
Chair Rotmensch Heschi Israel
Gender analysis of inherited endocrine tumor syndrome Katai Miyuki Japan
Gender differences in COPD Moretti Anna Maria Italy
Gender differences in the outcome of hepatitis B and C Floreani Maria Rosa Italy
Gender and pain Glezerman Marek Israel
Sex and gender in renal diseases Dragun Duska Germany
20.00 Congress dinner, register under      
Monday, 21.9.2015
8.30.-10.00 Pregnancy, sex and violence      
Chair Kublickiene Karolina Sweden
Chair Glezerman Marek Israel
Psychological consequences of violence: the intervention in Emergency Department Reale Elvira Italy
Treatment of sexual abusers: a multidisciplinary approach Arver Stefan Sweden
EU-project Improved: predicting pregnancy complications and  improving outcome Kublickiene Karolina Sweden
Gender aspects in coping with infertility Feldberg Dov Israel
10.00-1030 Coffee break,      
10.00-11.00 Moderated posters 3: Internal Medicine      
Chair Pfleiderer Bettina Germany
10.00-11.00  Moderated posters 4: Public health      
Chair Daponte Antonio Spain
11.00-12.00 Sex specific diagnostics and biomarkers?      
Chair Bairey-Merz C.Noel USA
Chair Maas Angela Netherlands
Sex specific diagnostics in cardiovascular diseases? Regitz-Zagrosek Vera Germany
Novel sex-specific biomarkers in cardiac diseases Maisel Alan USA
Endothelial microparticles as diagnostic biomarkers den Ruijter Hester Netherlands
12.00-13.00 Lunch break      
12.15-12.45 General assembly IGM      
13.00-15.00 Gender in drug development and therapy – Follow-up on EUGenMed      
Chair Nieber Karen Germany
Chair Regitz-Zagrosek Vera Germany
Addressing Sex Differences in FDA-Regulated Drugs Scott Pamela USA
Gender aspects in clinical trials – view of BfARM / EMA Riedel Claudia Germany
Gender influences on the therapeutic appropriateness Franconi* Flavia Italy
Basic research for drug development Kararigas Georgios Germany
View of the industry Fliegner Daniela Germany
The Gender Button –A Swedish databank  about Sex and gender in drug utilisation Schenck-Gustafsson Karin Sweden
  Coffee break, posters      
15.30-17.15 Public Health and medical education – Follow-up on EUGenMed      
Chair Klinge Ineke Netherlands
Chair White Alan United Kingdom
EUGenMed position paper: Sex and gender aspects of risk factors for Non-Communicable Diseases across Europe Klinge Ineke Netherlands
Sex and gender aspects related to work/occupational health risks Verdonk Petra Netherlands
Gender Difference in Cardiovascular Prevention in the Age of Financial Crisis Modena Maria Grazia Italy
Gender-specific Medicine in the University Curriculum: gender medicine must become a pervasive dimension not a separate teaching Baggio Giovannella Italy
How to get sex and violence into medical education? Siller Heide Austria
Gender in the medical curriculum Ludwig Sabine Germany
Knowledge base of sex and Gender Medicine – eGender Seeland Ute Germany
17.15-17.45 Poster prizes, Farewell