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Global Endocrinologist Experts Visit UAE Capital of ECU 2015

Abu Dhabi, UAE January 2015: Abu Dhabi will once again host the world’s foremost endocrinologists and diabetes specialists, as ESE Clinical Update (ECU) 2015 returns to the UAE capital for a third time.

Leading endocrinologists, Professors Massimo Terzolo and Karim Meeran will join a collection of international experts as the European Society of Endocrinology (ESE) and Imperial College London Diabetes Centre (ICLDC) jointly host ECU 2015.

According to Karim Meeran, Professor of Endocrinology, Imperial College London Faculty of Medicine and Chairman of ICLDC's Medical Board, the conference provides participants with the opportunity to understand the latest developments on a wide range of endocrine conditions, including diagnosis and treatment advancements.

"ECU 2015 delivers the most up-to-date thinking on a wide range of endocrine diseases. Participants will gain insight into the latest diagnosis and treatments available to support their daily practice."

Professor Meeran added that programme has been designed to maximise interaction between trainees and experienced endocrinologists, with numerous workshops to facilitate discussion.
Up to 120 medical specialists from three continents are expected to participate at the two-day conference. Topics discussed will cover a range of endocrine conditions including bone disease and thyroid disorders.

Experts registered to attend the 2015 event include ESE President Professor Philippe Bouchard and such leading experts in the field as Professor Peter Trainer from the UK, Professor Lars Rejnmark from Denmark, Professor Donal O’Shea from Ireland and Professor Jens Bollerslev from Norway.

For more details on the event and to register online, please visit

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