57th JDS2014

Secretariat
Department of Internal Medicine (I)
Osaka Medical College
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Program

= Session includes English presentation with simultaneous interpretation
No mark=Japanese presentation only

Special Lecture 1

Date May 22 (Thu), 2014 13:10-14:10
Speaker Tadao Ando (Architect)

Special Lecture 2

Date May 23 (Fri), 2014 13:00-14:00
Speaker Susan Bonner-Weir (Harvard Medical School ; Joslin Diabetes Center)
Title Can an endogenous source be used for βcell replacement therapy for diabetes?
Venue Room 1 ( Main Hall, 6th floor, Osaka International Convention Center)

Special Lecture 3

Date May 24 (Sat), 2014 12:50-13:50
Speaker Hitoshi Ishii (Department of Diabetology, Nara Medical University)

Special Sessions 1

See how interesting diabetes research is: An invitation to cutting-edge diabetes research technologies
Date May 23 (Fri), 2014 14:10-16:40
Venue Room 5 (CONFERENCE HALL, 12th floor, Osaka International Convention Center)

Special Sessions 2

Living with type 1 diabetes: As a physician and as a patient
Date May 24 (Sat), 2014 14:00-16:00
Venue Room 5 (CONFERENCE HALL, 12th floor, Osaka International Convention Center)

Symposium 1

The future of novel antidiabetic drugs
Date May 22 (Thu), 2014 14:20-17:20

Symposium 2

Stopping diabetic nephropathy
Date May 22 (Thu), 2014 14:20-17:20
Venue Room 5 ( Conference Hall, 12th floor, Osaka International Convention Center)

Symposium 3

Inter-organ network to prevent 'destructive overeating (KUIDAORE)': Interactive information passageway between peripheral organs and the brain, and regulation of glycometabolism and energy metabolism
Date May 22 (Thu), 2014 14:20-17:20

Symposium 4

Psychologial support for diabetes patients: The age of diabetes medical science
Date May 22 (Thu), 2014 14:20-17:20
Venue Venue Room 11 ( KIRI,, 2nd floor, Rihga Royal Hotel)

Symposium 5

Diabetes treatment and hypoglycemia: Actual clinical practice and countermeasures
Date May 22 (Thu), 2014 14:20-17:20

Symposium 6

Diabetic feet and footcare: What can now be done?
Date May 22 (Thu), 2014 14:20-17:20

Symposium 7

Evolution and deepening of incretin use: From basic research to clinical deployment
Date May 23 (Fri), 2014 8:30-11:30
Venue Room 1 ( Main Hall, 6th floor, Osaka International Convention Center)

Symposium 8

The future of diabetic medicine opening with multidisciplinary CDEJs
Date May 23 (Fri), 2014 8:30-11:30

Symposium 9

Type 1 diabetes: Transitioning from pediatric to adult diabetes care
Date May 23 (Fri), 2014 8:30-11:30
Venue Room 5 ( Conference Hall, 12th floor, Osaka International Convention Center)

Symposium 10

New insulin analogs and frontline insulin delivery systems
Date May 23 (Fri), 2014 8:30-11:30
Venue Room 8 ( KORIN 3, 3rd floor, Rhiga Royal Hotel Osaka Tower Wing)

Symposium 11

Pancreatic and islet cell transplantation: Current status and future outlook
Date May 23 (Fri), 2014 8:30-11:30

Symposium 12

The imperceptible advance of neuropathy: From peripheral nerve disorder to dysautonomia
Date May 23 (Fri), 2014 8:30-11:30
Venue Room 17 ( MATSU, 2nd floor, Hotel NCB)

Symposium 13

New developments in insulin resistance: From adipocytokines to chronic inflammation
Date May 23 (Fri), 2014 14:10-17:10

Symposium 14

<Joint symposium with the PMDA> Reviewing the status of antidiabetic drugs and the outlook of future clinical evaluations
Date May 23 (Fri), 2014 14:10-16:40

Symposium 15

<Joint Symposium of Japan Association for Medical Information (JAMI) and Japan Diabetes Society (JDS)> Informatization of diabetes medical treatment: How to promote its appropriate adoption and widespread use
Date May 23 (Fri), 2014 14:10-16:10

Symposium 16

Crisis right under our noses: Diabetes treatment in a super-aging society
Date May 23 (Fri), 2014 14:10-17:10

Symposium 17

What did CGM bring to diabetes treatment? From dreams to actual practice
Date May 23 (Fri), 2014 14:10-17:10
Venue Room 11 ( KIRI, 2nd floor, Rihga Royal Hotel Tower Wing)

Symposium 18

Etiology of type 1 diabetes: How far has cutting-edge research elucidated it?
Date May 23 (Fri), 2014 14:10-17:10

Symposium 19

Regional cooperation in diabetes care: From vision to practice
Date May 24 (Sat), 2014 8:30-11:30

Symposium 20

Glucagon renaissance in Osaka
Date May 24 (Sat), 2014 8:30-11:30
Venue Room 3 ( Room 1003, 10th floor, Osaka International Convention Center)

Symposium 21

Diabetes classes in a multidisciplinary setting: How to launch and manage them
Date May 24 (Sat), 2014 8:30-11:30

Symposium 22

Now we know this much about how exercise therapy works: From molecular mechanisms to clinical applications
Date May 24 (Sat), 2014 8:30-11:30
Venue Room 17 ( MATSU, 2nd floor, Hotel NCB)

Symposium 23

Challenges and prospects for diet therapy in diabetes
Date May 24 (Sat), 2014 8:30-11:30
Venue Room 22 (Event Hall, 3rd floor, Osaka International Convention Center)

Symposium 24

Messages from large-scale clinical research in Japanese diabetic subjects: Summary of current findings and future prospects
Date May 24 (Sat), 2014 14:00-17:00

Symposium 25

How do β-cells die? Mechanisms and regulation of β-cell death in type 2 diabetes
Date May 24 (Sat), 2014 14:00-17:00
Venue Room 3 (Room 1003, 10th floor, Osaka International Convention Center)

Symposium 26

What passes for common practice in one practice may be a common fallacy in another: Blind spots between ophthalmology and internal medicine
Date May 24 (Sat), 2014 14:00-17:00

Symposium 27

Hopes for the future with regenerative medicine: β-cell regeneration and iPS cells
Date May 24 (Sat), 2014 14:00-17:00
Venue Room 17 (MATSU, 2nd floor, Hotel NCB)