Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits London 2021
 

Programme

Monday, 12 April
UK Local Time
 
1:00 pm Chairs: Professor Derek Yellon & Professor John Cunningham
Welcome to the event
The Chairs
 
1:03 pm What makes us fat? The science of obesity
Professor Sir Stephen O’Rahilly
University of Cambridge, UK
 
1:20 pm GLP-1 analogues - have the limits been reached? Their role in obesity
Professor John Wilding
University of Liverpool, UK
 
1:40 pm GLP-1 analogues - have the limits been reached? Their role in cardiovascular medicine
Professor Mansoor Husain
University of Toronto, Canada
 
2:00 pm Industry Satellite Symposium (30 mins)
 
2:30 pm Chairs: Dr Peter Libby & Professor Brian Rayner
A tail of new variants causing hypertension – at the limits of detection, selection and survival
Professor Morris Brown
Queen Mary University of London, UK
 
2:50 pm Taking atrial fibrillation to new limits!
Professor Corinna Brunckhorst
University of Zurich, Switzerland
 
3:10 pm Diuretic resistance - new tricks for an old problem
Professor Christopher Wilcox
Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA
 
3:30 pm Close
 
Tuesday, 13 April
UK Local Time
 
1:00 pm Chairs: Professor Derek Yellon & Professor John Cunningham
Welcome to the event
The Chairs
 
1:03 pm The Hatter Award Lecture:
HFpEF: looking back - forging forward
Professor Marc Pfeffer
Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
 
1:25 pm How can we help the damaged kidney to regenerate?
Professor Ben Humphreys
Division of Nephrology, Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis, USA
 
1:45 pm The rise & fall, & possible resurrection of renal artery denervation for hypertension
Professor Bernard Gersh
The Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, USA
 
2:05 pm Kidney, heart and bone: does the crosstalk help or hinder?
Professor Sharon Moe
Division of Nephrology, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, USA
 
2:25 pm Chairs: Professor Stephanie Baldeweg & Professor Marc Pfeffer
Clotting at the limits: the NOAC generation!
Professor Sonia Anand
McMaster University, Canada
 
2:45 pm Have we reached the limits of lipid lowering? What next?
Dr Aruna Pradhan
Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Boston, USA
 
3:05 pm Chair: Professor Derek Yellon
The Lionel Opie Lecture:
HIV as a cardiovascular risk factor
Professor Mpiko Ntsekhe
University of Cape Town, South Africa
 
3:27 pm Close
 
3:30 pm End
 

The program and its educational value are endorsed by
The British Cardiovascular Society,
The South African Heart Association, The UK Renal Association,
The Lancet & Nature Reviews Cardiology

Cardiology, Diabetes and Nephrology at the Limits is supported by educational grants from the
Pharmaceutical Industry and other Medical Associations.
A list of 2021 supporters is at
https://eu.eventscloud.com/ehome/cdnatl2020/supporters/