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Saturday, March 11
Wednesday, March 8 Thursday, March 9 Friday, March 10
SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 2017

07:00-08:00
Despertar en Barcelona | Practical Advice | How to set up a diabetes pregnancy service - Examples from across the world
Chairpersons: TBA
China - Huixia Yang
India - Hema Divakar
Australia - David McIntyre
Spain - TBA
Israel - Eran Hadar
Sri Lanka - Chandrika Wijeyaratne
GDM scenario in Latin America - Hector Bolatti, Argentina
GDM scenario in the Middle East - Mohamed Momtaz, Egypt

Panel - Anil Kapur, India

 Hall TBC


 
07:00-08:00
Despertar en Barcelona | Practical Management / National HIP Projects
Chairpersons: TBA
07:00-07:15
GDM scenario in Australia and NZ – the ADIPS approach
Jeremy Oats, Australia
07:15-07:30 GDM scenario in Sub-Sahara Africa
Kaushik Ramaiya, Tanzania
07:30-07:45 GDM scenario in the GULF Region
Justin Konje, Qatar
07:45-08:00 Discussion
Breakout Sessions
Hall A (In Parallel)
08:00-09:30
Maternal Medicine 20A | Issues with the Diagnosis and Classification of Hyperglycemia in Early Pregnancy
Chairpersons: Fidelma Dunne, Ireland and David McIntyre, Australia
08:00-08:18
Setting the scene - HIP in the first trimester - what are the scenarios
Alberto de Leiva, Spain
08:18-08:36
First trimesters maternal abdominal adiposity predicts Dysglycemia and Gestational Diabete Mellitus in midpregnancy
Leanne R. De Souza, Canada
08:36-08:54
Prevalence and timing of screening and diagnostic testing for Gestational Diabetes Mellitus cohort: A population-based study in Alberta, Canada
TBA
08:54-09:12
Fasting glycaemia in Mediterranean population: does it predict adverse pregnancy outcomes?
Bernat Serra Zantop, Spain
09:12-09:30
Hyperglycaemia in early pregnancy: prevalence, risk factors, and persistence in late pregnancy (WDF Funded Project)
Biodun Olagbuji, Nigeria
Hall B (In Parallel)
08:00-09:30
Maternal Medicine 20B | DoHAD Session: Developmental Origins of Health and Disease - Mother and Offspring
Chairpersons: Mark Hanson, UK and Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland
Influence of breastfeeding and postnatal nutrition on cardiovascular remodeling induced by fetal growth restriction
Fatima Crispi, Spain
Long-term cognitive effects of intrauterine hyperglycemia in offspring of women with type 1 diabetes
Tine Dalsgaard Clausen, Denmark
Long-term metabolic effects in adult offspring of mothers with hyperglycemia during pregnancy
Peter Damm, Denmark
Maternal health – Prevention of Obesity and Diabetes: To dream the impossible dream
Angela Vinturache, Canada
Cardiovascular Disease Risk Surveillance Post-Diabetes in Pregnancy: An Evidence-Based Approach
TBA
Application of customized birth weight curves in the assessment of perinatal outcomes in infants of diabetic mothers
Nieves Luisa Gonzalez, Spain
Pathophysiology of the metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular disease that occur in preeclamptic women
TBA
Hall C (In Parallel)
08:00-09:30
Fetal Medicine 20C | Preterm Labor: Prevention Strategies
Chairpersons: Eduardo Fonseca, Brazil and Maria Goya, Spain
08:00-08:18
A place for progesterone:
Eduardo Fonseca, Brazil
08:18-08:36
A place for pessary:
Maria Goya, Spain
08:36-08:54
A place for cerclage:
Vincenzo Berghella, USA
08:54-09:12
Management of twins:
TBA
09:12-09:30
The case for antenatal corticosteroids:
Montse Palacio, Spain
Hall D (In Parallel)
08:00-09:30
Fetal Medicine 20D | CNS: Systematic Approach for Sentinel Findings
Chairpersons: Rabih Chaoui, Germany and Elisendra Eixarch, Spain
08:00-08:30
Ventriculomegaly
Elisenda Eixarch, Spain
08:30-09:00
Abnormal cavum shape
Rabih Chaoui, Germany
09:00-09:30
Enlarged subarachnoid space
Dario Paladini, Italy
Hall E (In Parallel)
08:00-09:30
Fetal Medicine 20E | Fetal Therapy
Chiarpersons: TBA
08:00-08:18
Congenital diaphragmatic hernia
TBA
08:18-08:36
Spina bifida
TBA
08:36-08:54
Lower urinary tract obstruction
TBA
08:54-09:12
Therapy for cardiac defects
Alberto Galindo, Spain
09:12-09:30
Lethal vs. non-lethal skeletal dysplasia
Israel Meizner, Israel
Hall F (In Parallel)
08:00-09:30
Basic Science 20F | PIF: Integrated Clinical Diagnostic & Therapeutic Application
Chairpersons: Eytan Barnea, USA and Michael J Paidas, USA
08:00-08:10 PIF Dx: Assess embryo viability: Detection in maternal serum:
Robert Gilbert, USA
08:10-08:20 PIF improves embryo survival after induced oxidative stress
08:20-08:30 PIF: regulates p53: Promotes trophoblast invasion/viability to improve placental development:
Francois Vialard, France
08:30-08:40
PIF synergizes with progesterone to promote HLA G: Application for PTL:
08:40-08:50 PIF: Endometriosis diagnostic and potential treatment for fertility:
08:50-09:00 PIF basis for maternal tolerance: Regulates neutrophils activation:
Markus Sperandio, Germany
09:00-09:10 PIF prevents accelerated atherosis: Possible prevention of preeclampsia
09:10-09:20 PIF protects against spontaneous LPS-induced fetal demise in vivo:
Nicoletta Di Simone, Italy
09:20-09:30 PIF risk reduction of neurodamage in premature labor and the newborn:
Martin Müller, Switzerland
Hall G (In Parallel)
08:00-09:30
Maternal Medicine 20G | The Maternal - Placental - Fetal Dialogue and Its Influence on Pregnancy Outcome
Chairpersons: Gernot Desoye, Austria and TBA
08:00-08:20 Conception; The beginning of the maternal – placental - fetal dialogues
Gernot Desoye, Austria
08:20-08:40 Hypertension
Berthold Huppertz, Germany
08:40-09:00 A look into the islet during pregnancy
TBA
09:00-09:20 Placental perfusion and metabolism in GDM
Jose Luis Bartha, Spain
 
09:20-09:30 Discussion
 
Key Note Lectures Hall A
09:30-10:00
Coffee Break
10:00-10:40 Key note lectures: The role of Ngo's and patients' organization
10:00-10:20

Building the Bridge - Fueling a Movement: Advocating for Diabetes in Pregnancy as an Integral Part of the Maternal and Newborn Health Agenda
Katja Iversen, USA

10:20-10:40

The consequences of preterm birth – the patient perspective
Silke Mader , Germany, Chairwoman of the Executive Board, EFCNI


Plenary Sessions
Hall A
10:40-11:40
Plenary Session 21 | State of the art on the pharmacological management of diabetic pregnancy
Chairpersons: TBA
10:40-10:52
Looking back and looking forward: Evolution ofinsulin therapy in diabetes and pregnancy
Alan Moses, USA
10:52-11:04
News standards of treatment in Type 2DM: applicable for GDM?
David Simmons, UK
11:04-11:16
Management of GDM with insulin analogues
Frederico Mecacci, Italy
11:16-11:28
The insulin in pregnancy registry - the EVOLVE study
Elisabeth R. Mathiesen, Denmark
11:28-11:40
Severe hypoglycemia in pregnancy in women with type 1 diabetes: prevalence, pathogenesis and prevention
Lene Ringholm, Denmark
Hall A
11:40-13:10
Plenary Session 22 | Update in the diagnosis and management of preeclampsia
Chairpersons: Stefan Verlohren, Germany and Elisa Llurba, Spain
11:40-11:55
Update in diagnostic criteria for PE: role of classical and "new" criteria
TBA
11:55-12:10
Angiogenic factor for detection in pre-clinical stage
Elisa Llurba, Spain
12:10-12:25
Integration of angiogenic factorsin management: future directions
Stefan Verlohren, Germany
12:25-12:40
Integrated management of the maternal and fetal patient
Francesc Figueras, Spain
12:40-12:55

Maternal health; The great obstetrical syndromes: the interface between the clincal presentation, placental studies and Doppler studies
Jacob Bar, Israel
12:55-13:10
Maternal health; The origin of pleeclampsia: vascular and placental
Basky Thilaganathan, UK
12:30-13:00 Brunch Break
Awards
 Hall A
13:00-14:30
Plenary Session 23 | Awards | Recognizing the giants in the field & promoting young researchers - On the shoulders of giants
Chairpersons:
13:40-13:55
Award #1
Presenter:
Presenting the Award:
Topic;
Awardee:
13:55-14:10
Award #2
Presenter & Presenting the Award:
Topic;
Awardee:
14:10-14:25
Award #3
Presenter & Presenting the Award:
Topic;
Awardee:
14:25-14:40
Best DIP research –Promising Young Researchers Award- Pending Winners
Committee:
Hall A
14:40-16:00
Plenary Session 24 | Main Issues in Fetal Growth
Chairpersons: Francesc Figueras, Spain and Jason Gardosi, UK
14:40-15:00
Clinically relevant standards for identifying a "small fetus”
Jason Gardosi, UK
15:00-15:20

Management of the early onset severe IUGR: lessons from large trials:
Ahmet Baschat, USA
15:20-15:40
Clinical management of the late-onset "small”/FGR fetus:
Fransecs Figueras, Spain
15:40-16:00
Brief overview: a stepwise approach to the small/FGR fetus:
Eduard Gratacos, Spain
16:00 Closing Ceremony