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8. årsmøde 2016

8. ÅRSMØDE I DANSK SELSKAB FOR FARMAKOLOGI

Molecular Pharmacology on the move: From basic to translational Science


Dette er en invitation til det 8. årsmøde i Dansk Selskab for Farmakologi. Mødet har fokus på translationel farmakologi med ny spændende udvikling inden for molekylær farmakologi. Der er tilsagn fra flere internationale foredragsholdere. Vi har oplæg til flere spændende workshops udover en hot topic-session med bidrag fra de enkelte selskaber samt en poster-session. Der bliver således gode muligheder for at møde og diskutere alle aspekter af farmakologi og toksikologi på årsmødet. Alle opfordres til at indsende abstracts, hvor der er præmier til bedste orale præsentation og abstracts. Abstracts mailes til jk@biomed.au.dk (tidsfrist 8. januar 2016). Registrering og betaling sker online på http://www.farmakologi.org (tidsfrist 14. januar 2016).

Jeg ser frem til at se jer i Odense den 20. januar 2016.

Med venlig hilsen

Ulf Simonsen
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Program for dagen

09:30 Registration and coffee

10:00 Introduction to meeting: Ulf Simonsen, Aarhus University

10:05 Session 1.
Receptor signal transduction – from molecular binding to in vivo efficacy in man. Professor Thue Schwartz, The NNF Center for Basic Metabolic Research, Copenhagen University

10:35-12:05 Session 2. Parallel sessions

Designer Receptors Exclusively Activated by Designer Drugs (DREADDs) – concept and applications
Chairman: Claus Løland

10:35 G protein-coupled designer receptors (DREADDs) - concept, signaling and prospect”. Professor Gerald Thiel, Universität des Saarlandes, Germany

11:15 Chemogenetic and optogenetic approaches to investigate central control of feeding and systemic insulin sensitivity. Dr. Sophie Steculorum, Max Planck Institute for Metabolism Research, Germany

11:40 Advanced opto- and chemogenetic approaches to study neurological diseases. Professor Merab Kokaia, Lund University, Sweden

10:35-12:05 Session 2. Parallel session

Which medicine should have priority?
Chairmen: Eva Aggerholm Sædder, Birgitte Klindt Poulsen

10:35 Prioritizing according to NICE. Dr Amanda Adler MD, PhD, FRCP, NICE, United Kingdom

11:10The pharmacoeconomic perspective. Kjeld Møller Pedersen, Professor of Public and Health Economics, SDU

11:25 A perspective on prioritizing in oncology. Lars Henrik Jensen, Consultant, PhD, Department of Oncology, Vejle Hospital

11:40 A Danish model. Hanne Rolighed Christensen, Consultant, Professor, Head of Department, PhD, Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Bispebjerg Hospital

11:55 Discussion

12:15 Session 3. Free oral communications based on submitted abstracts

12:45 Lunch

13:45-14:30 Session 4. Posters and Coffee – Guided Tours

14:30-15:45 Session 5. Hot topics in Danish Pharmacology – based on suggestions from the 5 member societies
Chairmen: Jesper Hallas, Harrie Boonen

14:30 (DSFE) Pharmacolepidemiological aspects of the Diabetes Impact Study. Professor Anders Green, Institute of Applied Economics and Health Research (ApEHR), Copenhagen

14:45 (DFS) Multifaceted intervention to improve medication adherence in patients with hypertension: a randomised, controlled trial. Ulla Hedegaard, Pharmacist, PhD, Odense University Hospital

15:00 (DSK2F) Morphine revisited – a pharmacokinetic metamodel of morphine and its active metabolite. Eva Sverrisdóttir, Post doc, Dept. of Drug Design and Pharmacology, University of Copenhagen

15:15 (DSFTM) TBC

15:30 (DSKF) Somatic sequencing to target treatment of cancer. Britt Elmedal Laursen, MD, Aarhus University Hospital

15:45 Break

16:00-17:30 Session 6. Workshops - Parallel sessions

Therapeutic drug monitoring in psychiatric patients
Chairmen: Helle Angelo, Trine Meldgaard, Charlotte Vermehren

16:00 TDM in Psychiatry. Gesche Jürgens, Senior Consultant, Unit of Clinical Pharmacology, Roskilde University Hospital

16:30 Medication Reviews for psychiatric patients in the Region of Southern Denmark. Tina Hoff Duedahl, Clinical Pharmacist and Merete Willemoes Nielsen, Pharmacist, Region of Southern Denmark

17:00 Therapeutic Drug Management in Denmark; status and perspectives. Helle Angelo Pharmacology teaching in Denmark 
Chairman: Kim Brøsen

16:00 Basic Pharmacology at SDU. Ulrike Muscha Steckelings

16:10 Clinical Pharmacology at SDU. Per Damkier

16:20 Basic Pharmacology at AU. Ulf Simonsen

16:30 Clinical Pharmacology at AU. Britt Elmedal Laursen

16:40 Basic Pharmacology at KU. TBA

16:50 Clinical Pharmacology at KU. Henrik Enghusen Poulsen

17:00 Discussion

Toxicology workshop
Chairman: Jesper Bo Nielsen

Dealing with mixed exposures. Ulla Hass (DTU-FOOD, DK). TBC

Non-monotonic dose-response relationships. Claire Beausoleil (ANSES, France). TBC

Transgenerational toxicology. Karin Broberg (Lund University, Sweden).

The prospect of in silico toxicology. Karine Audouze (Paris, France). TBC

17:30 Session 7. Chairman: Kim Brøsen.
Lecture by the BCPT Nordic prize winner 2015. Paracelsus revisited: The dose concept in a complex world. Philippe Grandjean, University of Southern Denmark

18:15 Awards to best oral communication and best poster

18:25 Closure of meeting: Ulf Simonsen, Aarhus University

18:30 Drinks at the poster area

19:00 Dinner at the Campus Restaurant

Organizing Committee:
Helle Angelo, Trine Meldgaard Lund, Dorte Glintborg, Christian Fynbo Christiansen, Helle Holst, Claus Juul Løland, Harrie Boonen and Ulf Simonsen.

Præsentationer

Which medicine should have priority?

Prioritizing according to NICE. Dr Amanda Adler MD, PhD, FRCP, NICE, United Kingdom

The pharmacoeconomic perspective. Kjeld Møller Pedersen, Professor of Public and Health Economics, SDU

A perspective on prioritizing in oncology. Lars Henrik Jensen, Consultant, PhD, Department of Oncology, Vejle Hospital

A Danish model. Hanne Rolighed Christensen, Consultant, Professor, Head of Department, PhD, Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Bispebjerg Hospital