Symposium “DES Effects – what more to expect?”

Wednesday 2013.03.20 by DES Centrum in Amsterdam

Symposium "DES Effects - what more to expect?" Wednesday 2013.03.20 by @DESCentrum in AmsterdamThis Wednesday, March 20, 2013 The Netherlands DES Centre in collaboration with the Antoni van Leeuwenhoek (formerly NKI-AVL) organizes a symposium prior to the promotion of ir Janneke Gradient.

Location: The Veranda Restaurant, Amstelveenseweg 764, 1081 JK, Amsterdam

Date and time:Wednesday, March 20, 2013 –  9:00 – 14:30 hours

Speakers

  • Elizabeth Hatch PhD, Boston University – School of Public Health, U.S.A – Langetermijn gezondheidsrisico’s van DES expositie in utero; recente bevindingen van de DESAD studie in de VS
  • Ir. Janneke Verloop – Antoni van Leeuwenhoek (voorheen NKI – Langetermijn gezondheidsrisico’s van DES expositie in utero; recente bevindingen in het Nederlandse DES-net cohort
  • Prof.dr. Wouter Feitz – UMC St. Radboud – Ontstaan van hypospadie: DES ethiologisch onderzoek
  • Dr. Mick van Trotsenburg – VUmc – Endocrinologische invloeden op gender: kan DES
  • Dr. Leendert Looijenga, Erasmus MC – Kiemcelkanker van teelbal en eierstok, DNA en omgeving. Een mogelijke rol
  • John A. McLachlan, Ph.D, Tulane University, New Orleans, – Biologische mechanismen in DES-gerelateerde gezondheidsproblemen

More Information

DES DiEthylStilbestrol Resources

Author: DES Daughter

Activist, blogger and social media addict committed to shedding light on a global health scandal and dedicated to raise DES awareness.

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